Archive For The “Crime” Category

3 charged in Weed the North dispensary raid in Toronto

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3 charged in Weed the North dispensary raid in Toronto

Three men are facing charges and another is wanted by police following a raid at a downtown Toronto marijuana dispensary.Police said they executed a search warrant at a Weed the North location on Camden Street, in the area of Adelaide Street West and Spadina Avenue, at around 7 p.m. on Tuesday. READ MORE: Workers at Toronto…

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Kindersley, Sask. travel agency owner charged with fraud

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Kindersley, Sask. travel agency owner charged with fraud

The owner of a Kindersley travel agency has been charged with fraud.Leslie Glauser, 46, who owned T & T Travel in the western Saskatchewan community, was charged after police received over 250 complaints.READ MORE: RCMP receiving more fraud complaints about a Kindersley business Story continues below Related Edmonton man admits to misleading foreign nationals about jobs…

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Winnipeg police investigate fatal stabbing on Kennedy Street

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Winnipeg police investigate fatal stabbing on Kennedy Street

Winnipeg police are investigating after a 22-year-old man was fatally stabbed Tuesday afternoon.At 3:15 p.m., emergency crews responded to reports of an injured man on the 300 block of Kennedy Street, in the Central Park area.A man was found outside an apartment block with stab wounds. He was taken to hospital where he later died.Winnipeg police’s…

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Lethbridge police release composite sketch of suspect in attempted sex assault

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Lethbridge police release composite sketch of suspect in attempted sex assault

Lethbridge police have released a composite sketch of a suspect wanted in connection with a violent attempted sexual assault in March.The incident happened in the area of 6 Avenue South near the Civic Centre on Saturday, March 18.In a news release, police said the victim indicated she had been approached by a man who “solicited…

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Number of elements to consider before arming officers with carbines, RCMP labour trial hears

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Number of elements to consider before arming officers with carbines, RCMP labour trial hears

Obtaining carbine rifles was a top priority for the RCMP three years before a shooting rampage in Moncton, N.B., but there were a number of elements to consider before front line officers were armed with the high-powered weapons, an inspector has testified at the national police force’s Labour Code trial.The RCMP is accused of failing…

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Taser used on man in Saskatoon following grocery store theft

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Taser used on man in Saskatoon following grocery store theft

Saskatoon police officers said they had to Taser a man Tuesday morning.Officers were initially called to a grocery store in the 2400-block of 22nd Street West where a man was spotted stealing items. Story continues below Related Officers Taser man after Saskatoon police cruisers rammed Man arrested after trying to Taser an officer: Winnipeg police…

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N.S. police watchdog: Driver at fault for crash into power pole

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N.S. police watchdog: Driver at fault for crash into power pole

Nova Scotia’s police watchdog released its report on a crash involving a Halifax Regional Police officer on Jan 6, 2017, finding that the collision was not the fault of the police officer.The Serious Incident Response Team’s (SiRT) report on the crash indicates that the crash that left a female passenger with two broken legs, a…

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Dartmouth youth charged in connection with Halifax robbery

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Dartmouth youth charged in connection with Halifax robbery

A 15-year-old male from Dartmouth is facing charges in connection with a robbery in Halifax on Tuesday afternoon.Police say a male youth was observed concealing an item he selected in the Atlantic Superstore at 1075 Barrington St. When he went to leave the store without paying, police say an employee approached him and he produced a…

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3 men with dog attempt to break in to Stony Plain home: RCMP

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3 men with dog attempt to break in to Stony Plain home: RCMP

RCMP west of Edmonton are investigating an attempted burglary in which three men with a pitbull tried to break into a home last week.Police said on May 15 at approximately 9:00 p.m., three men tried to force their way into a home in the Westerra subdivision in Stony Plain. Surveillance video photo of one of…

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Man charged after holiday weekend standoff

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Man charged after holiday weekend standoff

A 26-year-old man faces a number of charges after a standoff over the long holiday weekend that ended peacefully.London police responded to reports of a man with outstanding warrants inside a home on Trafalgar Street between Anderson Avenue and Pegler Street at around 10 a.m. on Monday.READ MORE: Police investigating standoff in east London SundayOfficers say…

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