Suspect in 2017 Thunder Bay murder arrested in southern Ontario –

Suspect in 2017 Thunder Bay murder arrested in southern Ontario -
UPDATED: Larry Hebert charged with attempted murder (2 Photos)
Michael Cleghorn was arrested Thursday, Peel Regional Police said, two months after being the subject of a Mississauga manhunt for allegedly shooting a woman and then stealing a police vehicle.

The 31-year-old had also been wanted for second-degree murder in Thunder Bay for the August 2017 death of Edmond Clovis.

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Clovis, a 21-year-old man from Toronto, was found seriously injured on Marks Street and then later died in hospital. Thunder Bay police previously said the death of Clovis was "targeted" and "gang-related."

A person walking their dog looks over at the police presence on Arundel Street, Wednesday afternoon. Police were investigating the homicide of 41-year-old Nazareth Andrew Kwandibens at the multi-unit residence.

A Thunder Bay police spokesperson on Friday said discussions are being had with Peel Region and the Crown's office about bringing Cleghorn to Thunder Bay to answer to the charges.

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Det.-Sgt. Tracy Lewis said shes not sure when that examination will take place yet, but police will continue to hold the scene until it is completed.

THUNDER BAY — Thunder Bay Police have arrested former veteran city councillor Larry Hebert on a charge of attempted murder.

The charge follows an incident at a South Vickers Street residence shortly after 3 p.m. on Thursday.

The 72-year-old former councillor was remanded into custody during a court appearance Friday morning.

Police said when they responded to a report of a disturbance at a residence in the 400 block of Vickers St. South, they were told a male had attacked another person in the home.

Before entering politics Hebert served more than 20 years as general manager of Thunder Bay Hydro.