Cody attempts to rob DQ, also charged wih Mr. Sub armed robberyThursday, March 21, 2013 by: SooToday.com Staff
It is alleged that on March 20, 2013 at approximately 4 p.m. the accused Cody Marshall, age 25, attended at the Dairy Queen on Trunk Road.
At that time the accused [allegedly] pulled out a knife and demanded the money from the cash register.
The accused attempted to conceal his identity by wearing a toque and a neck warmer.
The accused did not get anything from the business and fled on foot.
The accused was apprehended by police running through the parking lot at Pino’s Grocery Store.
The accused was charged with robbery and transported to the station.
A further charge of robbery was added from an armed robbery that occurred on March 18, 2013 at the Sub Shop at 255 Trunk Road.
The accused will appear in bail court on March 21, 2013 at 10 a.m.
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sootodayreader 3/21/2013 7:58:04 AM Report
Now that was stupid. The guy try's to rob the DQ and runs towards the Tim Hortons police station.
SimsDrum 3/21/2013 8:10:41 AM Report
Tim Hortons Police Station?
JustMe1234567 3/21/2013 8:13:12 AM Report
Yawn the timmys/cops jokes are getting sooooo old.
I can honestly say I've never seen police actually sitting in a donut shop doing nothing. Seriously never seen it. (well not in the last 10 years)
I've seen them go through the drive thru...but that's allowed, they need a coffee too.
Have fun in jail Cody, glad hey caught you. Now for the armed robbers at TD, hoping to see an arrest for that one.
Mr. Poster 3/21/2013 8:14:18 AM Report
It just illustrates hoe desperate some people are for money. It is so sad that people have to resort to this kind of stuff to ,in some cases,fund a drug or alcohol problem.
billeh 3/21/2013 8:25:19 AM Report
Cody Marshall's a good Lad
It's quality humans like him that made Canada famous in WW1
porter1977 3/21/2013 8:32:49 AM Report
@ sootodayreader... lol!
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 8:59:34 AM Report
Three Males Arrested After Drug Warrant Executed on Ascot Street.
On the 8th of October at 6:57am officers from the Sault Ste. Marie Police Service Street Team, Emergency Services Unit and Patrol Services executed a search warrant at 9 Ascot Avenue... During the course of the search Officers located a small amount of cocaine, cannabis resin, two prohibited weapons, packaging materials, and various other drug paraphernalia. As a result Arrested and Charged were the following:
1) 27 year-old Kenny Frigault of 9 Ascot Avenue was charged with one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking in a controlled drug or substance and one count of possession of a controlled drug or substance.
2) 22 year-old Ricky Frigault of 9 Ascot Avenue was charged with one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking in a controlled drug or substance and one count of possession of a controlled drug or substance and unauthorized possession of a weapon.
3) 20 year-old Cody Marshall of no fixed address was charged with one count of possession of a controlled drug or substance, one count of unauthorized possession of a weapon and one count of breach of probation.
All three are to appear in court on the 10th of November.
SuzyyQ 3/21/2013 9:02:56 AM Report
Another classic case of a dumbass who is too damn LAZY to get a job.
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 9:03:04 AM Report
Cody likes his weapons. He needs to be put away for a long time.
right wing 3/21/2013 9:06:02 AM Report
How surprising, the village idiot was the first to comment on this story.
...and with an attempt at humour.
You really got bashed some more after I kicked your ass yesterday.
You're always wrong, aren't you.
K-9 dogs are completely trained when they get them....
The officer that handles the dog is involved in everything from choosing his dog to the initial and ongoing training.
They are matched as a pair for life.
The dog lives with the officer (and his family) but does not socialize with anybody but that officer.
Mr mouthpiece, the next time you see a K-9 unit try getting up close to the officer for us.
So how many times have you been arrested?
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 9:09:23 AM Report
Right wing, wrong again. The latest dog was two years old before the department got him. What do you think the dog was doing for two years.
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 9:10:37 AM Report
Justice will be done with a new canine joining Sault Ste. Marie Police Service.
The new recruit, Justice, is a full-bred German shepherd. He was born on March 20, 2011 at a southern Ontario kennel used to supply dogs to Ontario Provincial Police. The provincial force then makes canines available to the municipal service.
Sam C 3/21/2013 9:11:11 AM Report
Just Me... I agree. Beside which, why does everyone deserve a coffee break except cops and municipal workers?
polaris 3/21/2013 9:26:27 AM Report
How does a news article about the cops catching the bad guy, turn into a bash 'em comment section? They did their jobs. Stop whining.
J120 3/21/2013 9:26:44 AM Report
Sootodayreader do you just sit at home on your computer to bich about everything
JROC 3/21/2013 9:27:40 AM Report
Hey justme, go to the timmies on John st in the am you will see at least 4 cops sitting the the timmies every weekday.
Laser 3/21/2013 9:27:46 AM Report
funny how it goes from a robbery at DQ, to who needs coffee....really!
Just Curious 3/21/2013 9:34:10 AM Report
JROC; So you go to that Timmies every weekday at about that time,I guess? What exactly is it you go there for? A coffee,maybe a donut? Why is it OK for you and not the police,or municipal workers for that matter?
MaximusPrime 3/21/2013 9:36:02 AM Report
There is a misconception that police dogs are infalliable. A more recent study published in the journal, Animal Cognition, showed error rates on up to 85%. Interestingly, the dogs were most likely to be wrong about finding drugs when their handler suspected that a given location had drugs. This is particularly problematic since police dogs are often cited as giving the police "probable cause".
right wing 3/21/2013 9:37:31 AM Report
Hey, Wrong Again.
The K-9 officer goes to the training academy where he interacts with the dogs that are possibles for duty.
Not all dogs get selected.
The initial training takes place at the training academy between the officer that will handle the dog for life and the dog.
You know squat about this, don't you.
All you do is criticize the police.
Nothing wrong with constructive criticism but yours amounts to nothing but bashing tactics.
So how many times have you been arrested?
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 9:37:38 AM Report
Because there coffee breaks don't last 10-15 mins like regular people. They are there several times during there shifts for 30-45 mins plus travel time.
Only city workers and cops do that. What a waste of tax dollars.
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 9:39:15 AM Report
Right wing wrong again.
right wing 3/21/2013 9:41:47 AM Report
Yes you are.
Good to see you admit it.
right wing 3/21/2013 9:54:18 AM Report
We can now easily identify Sootodayreader.
He is the one standing outside the local Tim Hortons with a clip board and a stop watch.
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 10:04:37 AM Report
Right Wing wrong again
JellyFisch 3/21/2013 10:18:58 AM Report
I agree with right wing. I met a dog handler from the CBSA. He explained to me the way handler selection and dog selection is done. Also handler applications are very thorough too. Not ever law enforcement officer can be a handler.
But the way right win explained police puppers training is concise.
The handler I met is with CBSA in the Sault. Forget his name. But the dogs name was mocha. She was a chocolate lab.
Sootodayreader. Stop being a no info and go read something. And stop playing troll. Obvious bad troll is obvious.
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 10:24:45 AM Report
southern Ontario kennel used to supply dogs to Ontario Provincial Police. The provincial force then makes canines available to the municipal service.
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 10:26:52 AM Report
Right wing and his ten aliases. Right wing is the sootoday cop monitoring the boards day after day.
Moon78TA 3/21/2013 10:32:07 AM Report
TD news has 182 posts
this one 29 as im writing...
sootodayreader - you made about 50 tims/cops and cops being worthless posts....now your last dozen are just saying wrong again.....we get it you made a joke once and cant let it go
right wing - why even bring anything up from another news feed here....just adding fuel to the fire
It's like watching 2 lil school girls fighting over who came first the chicken or the egg....
none of your comments bring anything useful to these two stories but you took up 50% of the board anyways...about dogs and doughnuts....yeesh
by the there is a news story about the police doing their job, with a stolen car, and none of you posted on it.
every person that reads sootoday
KMF61MCF 3/21/2013 10:41:07 AM Report
rotflmao Tim Horton Police Station!!!
Silverstein 3/21/2013 10:47:40 AM Report
So anyways.. aside from the hissy fits we've now had 2 armed robberies in as many days... I think this should be more cause for concern. I know some social services had cuts and we're starting to see the true desperation of people.
You can't blame the cops for people committing crimes, we just have to hope that the people who commit them continue to get caught and we can start to see this trend diminish. I would hate to see the Soo turn in the direction it's heading.
I know we'll never be crime free but this is getting ridiculous...
dadal 3/21/2013 10:48:18 AM Report
Thanks everyone. While sometimes I go to Sootoday.com for the stories, in the morning I like to come here to read the comedy posts after the stories. Keep up the good work all.
KMF61MCF 3/21/2013 10:52:44 AM Report
I also have seen 3 cop cars parked at one time at Tim" on Second Line/ Farwell Terrace. City worker extended breaks are at Ginos on Great Northern Road.
JellyFisch 3/21/2013 11:15:50 AM Report
Yeah the PUC too. Also I think I parked my car at a Tim's for a coffee on my break. Infact if you work, I'm sure you have parked your car in a Parking lot for a break.
blackspruce 3/21/2013 11:29:48 AM Report
question is how much time will Cody spend in jail now and how long will it take the courts to send him away. We can whine about the cops but I would get a little discouraged too if I put a lot of work into putting someone away that done wrong and the judges let the lowlife go with a mere slap on the wrist if this guy can not learn send him to somewhere he might learn like Iraq they know how to look after thieves
mr stevo 3/21/2013 11:32:50 AM Report
Run forest run you dummy can't run in prison running dayz are numbered crack master ...
JellyFisch 3/21/2013 11:35:51 AM Report
The thing is about these crimes are cause vicariously by parents. Not raising their children correctly.
Take a look at the people committing crimes such as these on a regular basis. Compare these people with their level of education, poverty line, and socioeconomic class.
Take a look back 20-30 years ago. Was there this much, and these types of harsh crimes in SSM then? I don't know, I'm only 25. But I'm willing to put my money on past generations being the same way, and now having 3+ children. Population increase above sustain. This perhaps has caused the increase in crime rates.
Take a look at the unemployment in SSM, 10% I believe. Along with the easy accessibility of addictive good feeling over the counter drugs and illegal drugs. Unemployment may cause crimes such as petty thefts to feed the family or extra spending cash to pay for a drink after EI or welfare covers the bills. Or it could be just to get their next fix.I don't know. Just a thought. The more serious crimes such as bank robberies are again for drug fixes perhaps.
With lack of education, you find a correlation nationally with high birth rates. Unintelligence/lack of higher education correlates to lack of constraint for base instincts. Or at least the proper use of protection. This creating more children raised by the very same who committed crimes in relation to low socioeconomic status.
In my opinion, the drop out of high school thing should be illegal, or you be made to do public service. Just like taxes. You want to live in Canada? Pay your dues. You want to live in Canada? Contribute to the positive development of the country either by choice, or loose the freedom and government chooses for you.
Educate people on birth control, which they already do. Or require a special permit or something to raise children. Take classes. Learn how to properly rear a child.
I suppose I could go on and on. Yes some of it seems harsh. But the problem rests with how previous generations rear the offspring.
robbdmc 3/21/2013 11:52:43 AM Report
I'm pretty sure the K-9 unit has had a few times recently where they couldn't find snow outside. Maybe using policing techniques like asking questions....following leads....talking to people known to the accused would help more than a dog. They are helpful but good ol fashioned police work might be just as good.
43kidsandgrowing 3/21/2013 12:26:11 PM Report
BOOT CAMP or 6 WEEKS OF BASIC TRAINING in the ARMED FORCES or something of that nature should be handed out for all FIRST TIME minor and major criminal offenders.
(Even 12 year olds know that they are doing something wrong, plus in some countries it is mandatory for them to be part of their defense teams)
Lets get real here. I'm sick of hearing about these repeat offenders and am tired of carrying them, with my tax dollar. Not to mention tying up the useless court system, that is in need of a major overhaul. (weeding)
This is the perfect solution for all of us, including the criminals themselves. They'll either come out a better person or stay there and make something of themselves. We (and our Government) have our heads up our butts.
Jchevs 3/21/2013 12:52:23 PM Report
Are we writing story's or comments? I'm confused now!
iamtc 3/21/2013 1:08:50 PM Report
did the sault police force have no one to pin mr sub on?
iamtc 3/21/2013 1:16:13 PM Report
sootodayreader and rightwing are one person nothing better 2 do must of watched cross fire to many times on cnn
guestwho 3/21/2013 2:19:46 PM Report
sounds about right,a sub,then desert DQ it!
PuppyGirl 3/21/2013 2:20:33 PM Report
Good Job SSM Police!!!! Keep up the good work!!!
There is NO excuse whatsoever for breaking the law.
willoweep 3/21/2013 3:41:48 PM Report
Yeah once again Bash the Cops.Some of you are really pathetic .
They work 12 hrs shifts , they are allowed lunch and how many Coffee breaks?
They have to stay in their designated areas .
Even when out of the Cruiser they are in communications with the station and available .
By the way ,have you any idea how much paper work is involved in every call they attend?
Chances are they are filling out some of that paper work ,while waiting for the next call.
You would bitch if they just drove around the block 20 times wasting your tax dollars of gas ,hell you'd find something to bitch about regardless .
I can't help but think a whole bunch of you have issues with authority figures OR had a few rides in the back of a Cruiser .
In any event I wonder how Codys GF feels ,she works at one of those places.
Things that make you say hmmmmmmm?
blackspruce 3/21/2013 3:54:33 PM Report
bringing the girlfriend is low leave her alone this meathead is old enough to take responsibility of his own actions
willoweep 3/21/2013 4:14:09 PM Report
My comment was not meant to imply the GF was involved but she has to work there,it is going to make things difficult for her.
Also might he have gleaned information as to who,when and where would be his best target?
sootodayreader 3/21/2013 4:37:52 PM Report
Willoweep how do you know this Cody's guys gf works at one of these places.
In any event the guy has a rap sheet for drugs and weapons and other things dating back years (from a search on Sootoday archives)
I wouldn't feel too bad for her, she knows who she is dating and most likely kissing the crack pipe to.
Entity 3/21/2013 4:44:01 PM Report
Kudos to the police for nabbing this punk.
Mr E 3/21/2013 5:57:21 PM Report
I put the blame in removing the strap from school. These punks grow up with no consequences and most probably no parenting. With no consequences in early life it breeds entitlement and disrespect.
SaultJammer 3/22/2013 12:37:27 PM Report
I totaly agree with you on the two posters that keep bickering back and forth on the posts here. PLEASE SooToday just remove them all together!