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Dave Hui    Lake Superior News
#LSN_Crime   Thunder Bay Countcouthouse Inside Edition

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO -  March 3, 2019   (LSNAppearing this  Sunday March 3,2019 via video from the Thunder Bay Police Station in Bail Courtroom 104 is 48 year old DAVE HUI.

It’s W.A.S.H. (Weekend And Statutory Holiday) Court today. Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Anna Gibbon is presiding. Provincial Crown Misbah Haque is here along with Duty Counsel Aranka Golphy.

HUI hears the charges read of first degree murder and kidnapping.

There is nothing to consider today. HUI will be transported to the Thunder Bay Jail.

A murder charge in Canada means an automatic detention order is issued so he doesn’t have an entitlement to a bail hearing. The next step will be to submit a bail review in front of a Superior Court of Justice.

HUI stands about 5’5” tall and is slim in build.

 Thunder Bay Police have not released  that a person has been charge or  appeared in Court on Saturday

Officers were called to the area of 108th Avenue of Mission Island on Sunday February 24,2019 at about 1:45 p.m after a passerby found what they believed to be a body.

LEE VINCENT CHIODO was murdered and his body dumped on Mission Island. Sources indicate he was shot with a gun. CHIODO is known to be in the drug trade in Thunder Bay.

Police described a person of interest as:

  • * Black male
    * 6-foot 4-inches tall
    * Athletic build
    * Grey track suit
    * 40-49 years old

HUI clearly doesn’t match the description or the video that was released by TBPS

A Section 517 publication ban is ordered as well as a non communications order.


A passerby discovered what they believed may have been a body on Mission Island on Sunday. First responders arrived to find a body frozen stiff and partially covered in snow. 40-year-old LEE VINCENT CHIODO was identified by police later on as being the victim.

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