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Disturbance at Winnipeg Coffee Shop Leads to Discovery of Stolen Vehicle and Weapon


Disturbance at Winnipeg Coffee Shop Leads to Discovery of Stolen Vehicle and Weapon
Winnipeg Police arrest a intoxicated man on several charges

By: Winnipeg Tribune Staff Writer


Winnipeg, April 9, 2024 - The Winnipeg Police responded to reports of an intoxicated adult male causing a disturbance at a coffee shop on Beaverhill Boulevard yesterday shortly before 6:00 p.m. The incident led to the apprehension of the suspect and the discovery of a stolen vehicle, along with a concealed weapon.


Police successfully located the suspect nearby, placing him under arrest without any further incident. In close proximity to the scene, officers discovered an unoccupied 2023 Chrysler Pacifica.


Upon further investigation, it was revealed that the suspect, identified as Tyson Louis Romanic, aged 21 and hailing from Winnipeg, had been recklessly operating the aforementioned Chrysler Pacifica in the Southdale area, prompting numerous calls from concerned members of the public. A search of the stolen vehicle uncovered a CO²-powered handgun, which was seized by police.


Romanic now faces a slew of serious charges, including but not limited to possession of a weapon, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of property obtained by crime exceeding $5,000, and multiple counts of failing to comply with the conditions of probation and release orders.

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