Prime Time Crime is collected and published by Leo Knight, a former Canadian police officer, security expert and media commentator.  Site edited by Chris.  Created Jan. 2003

   Prime Time Crime


Click on Headlines for the full story




Blog with Leo


Column Index


Contributing Writers


Recent Headline Index


Entertainment Stuff




Crime Links


Canadian Media


Canadian Publications


US Media


International Publications


Canadian Police


Selected Links



Google Language tools


Memorial Ribbon Society

Officer Down


Have we missed a good story? Click here to send us the link.




Dam fails




GUAJATACA DAM - All people living near the Guajataca River in NW Puerto Rico should evacuate immediately because of an 'imminent dam break,' the National Weather Service in San Juan said Friday afternoon.  About 70,000 people in the area of the Guajataca Dam have been told to evacuate.  The evacuations are difficult because the island was heavily damaged by Hurricane Maria, which struck earlier this week. Many parts of Puerto Rico are flooded and more than 3M people don't have electricity.  (CNN)  


MORE:   Dam failure imminent     Dam threat

PREVIOUS:   Hurricane Maria   NHC Maria   Puerto Rico the morning after Maria   2017 Atlantic hurricane season  


8 life terms +


Scott Dekraai


SANTA ANA - The man who murdered 8 people at a Seal Beach hair salon 6 years ago was sentenced to 8 consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole, along with 7 years to life plus 200 additional years.  Scott Dekraai, 47, killed his ex-wife and 7 others in October 2011 at the Salon Meritage where she worked.  Dekraai pleaded guilty in 2014, but his case has dragged on for years due to a scandal over the sheriff's department's use of informants in the Orange County jail system. That prompted a judge to remove the possibility of the death penalty in the case.  (KABC)


MORE:   Sentencing

PREVIOUS:   2011 Seal Beach shooting 




OTTAWA - Canada has sanctioned 40 Venezuelans, including President Nicolas Maduro, over what it calls attacks on 'fundamental democratic rights.'  The new regulations announced Friday include asset freezes and prohibitions against dealing with the 40 individuals 'in any property...or providing financial or related services to them.   (CTV)


REPORT:   Venezuela sanctions

PREVIOUS:   Crisis in Venezuela   Cartels 


New political battleground


WASHINGTON - In a span of roughly 12 hours President Trump turned professional sports into a political battleground Friday night into Saturday morning, directing full-throated ire toward African American athletes who have spoken out against him and prompting a response from the NFL, its players and the best basketball player in the world.   (Washington Post)


MORE:   Trump tells Curry that visit is off   Trump calls for boycott of NFL teams   NFL's statement

COMMENT:   Trump's war with Black athletes

PREVIOUS:   List of NFL franchise owners    List of NBA team owners   Us vs them 


Money laundering report released


VICTORIA - More than $13M worth of $20 bills flowed through the River Rock casino over a single month in 2015, according to a previously unreleased report on anti-money laundering efforts.  The BC government made the report public on Friday, more than a year after it was completed, while announcing a new review of how casinos deal with suspicious cash.  The 2016 report was commissioned under the previous Liberal government, and focused on interviews with River Rock staff and the BC Lottery Corporation.  (CTV)


REPORT:   MNP AML report  .pdf

MORE:   Report released


Extradition stayed



Jassi Sidhu             Sidhu & Badesha


VANCOUVER - The BC pair accused of masterminding the murder of Jaswinder (Jassi) Sidhu will be allowed to stay in Canada for a little longer, after their extradition to India was stayed.  The surrender order for Malkit Sidhu and Surjit Badesha was put on hold Thursday after the BC Court of Appeal accepted the filing of an application for judicial review.  The news represents just the latest bump in a long legal road to see the pair tried in India for conspiracy to commit the murder of Jassi Sidhu in 2000.  Earlier this month, the SCC ruled that the two accused relatives should be sent to India to face justice.   (CBC)


MORE:   Extradition halted

PREVIOUS:   2017 SCC 44   Murder page 11


Warrant for extradition


EDMONTON - A man arrested in Fort McMurray earlier this month is facing a warrant for extradition to the US to face prosecution for terrorism-related offences.  Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi was arrested Sept. 14 by RCMP. He was wanted on the extradition warrant, as well as for his alleged role in an armed robbery at an Edmonton jewelry store in 2014.  The case file has been sealed by the court.   (Edmonton Journal) 


Pay system breaches


OTTAWA - The federal privacy watchdog says inadequate testing, coding errors and poor monitoring of the beleaguered Phoenix federal pay system resulted in exposure of the personal information of public servants.  In his annual report tabled today, privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien found at least 11 breaches occurred and the personal information at issue included employee names and salary information.   (CP)


REPORT:   Privacy Commissioner of Canada 2016-2017 annual report

MORE:   Commission to launch its own investigations   Watchdog seeks stronger enforcement powers    Phoenix payroll system under budget  

PREVIOUS:   Passport modernization, also isn't   IBM contract for Phoenix system $185M 


Scale of damage emerges


MEXICO CITY - The death toll from Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude quake rose to 282, including at least 137 in the capital, and was almost certainly set to rise as rescue workers continue to search the precarious ruins amid the threat of aftershocks, collapsing rubble and gas leaks.  But details of the destruction outside the capital are only now starting to emerge, with reports of entire towns flattened and thousands of people left homeless.  (Guardian UK) 


MORE:  Death toll rises    Girl didn't exist 

PREVIOUS:   Central Mexico earthquake   M 7.1- Raboso, Mexico  


Suspect charged


Social media


LONDON - The teenage Parsons Green prime suspect made a bucket bomb packed with shrapnel, screws and knives and built it with ingredients bought on Amazon, a court heard.  Iraqi asylum seeker Ahmed Hassan, 18, was motivated to unleash murder on the Tube because of his 'warped political views', it is alleged.  He entered the country illegally in 2015 and was put in foster care but before the terror attack he had 'expressed hatred for the UK government and society', the prosecution said.  (Daily Mail)


COMMENT:   Is it possible to protect public transport?

PREVIOUS:   Parsons Green bombing


Murdered kayaker


Emma Kelty


SOLIMOES - One of the leaders of the gang of river pirates who robbed and murdered a British kayaker in the Amazon has been killed, police investigating the death of Emma Kelty have said.   Another man accused of being a leader in the attack, Arthur Gomes da Silva, was arrested and confessed his role, they said.  Kelty, 43, was canoeing alone from the source of the Amazon to the Atlantic when she went missing in the Solimoes area.   She triggered a distress signal last Wednesday, but despite an extensive search by Brazilian police and navy, her body has not yet been found.  (Guardian UK)


MORE:   Shot and thrown into the Amazon   Attackers set off SOS alarm 


Brain test results


Aaron Hernandez


BOSTON - Aaron Hernandez had CTE, a football-linked brain disease which triggers aggression, suicidal thoughts and dementia.  The former New England Patriots star was serving a life sentence for murder when he killed himself in April at the age of 27.  Now, his family is suing the NFL team as tests on his brain have shown he had the most severe forms of CTE ever detected in someone of his age - stage 3 out of 4.   (Daily Mail)


PREVIOUS:   Suicide


Trade deal takes effect


BRUSSELS - A landmark free trade deal linking the EU and Canada went into effect on Thursday.   The EU is hailing the deal as one of its most ambitious ever that will set a new standard for future deals.  CETA has been implemented on a provisional basis pending approval by the EU's 38 national and regional parliaments, which could take years.  The pact affects 510M European consumers and 35M Canadians and even provisionally, eliminated customs duties between Europe and Canada on 98% of products as of Thursday.  (AFP)


MORE:   CETA comes into force   What you need to know

PREVIOUS:   CETA   Law by trade agreement


Accused in terror threat


SCARBOROUGH - A woman facing terror offences in relation to bizarre golf club and knife attack inside a Scarborough Canadian Tire store will face a judge and jury trial after offering to renounce her Canadian citizenship and questioning ISIS' designation as a terror group in a Scarborough courtroom.  Appearing in person for the first time in months, Rehab Dughmosh, 32, is facing a total of 21 criminal and terror-related offences in connection with an incident at Cedarbrae Mall on June 3.   (CTV)  


MORE:   Accused ruled not insane

COMMENT:   Entitled terror suspect  


Global fraud probe


TORONTO - An impaired driving arrest in Toronto last summer unexpectedly sent police on an international probe of a high-value fraud ring that led to the arrest of 12 people, including a reputed Mafia boss.  Cosimo Commisso, 72, was charged with possession of the proceeds of crime. Even though he is known for his past as a crime boss, police say he didn't have 'a directing role' in the scheme that allegedly bilked $11.5M from financial institutions.  (National Post)


MORE:   12 arrested 


Former Mountie head to US prison


BANGOR - A retired Mountie accused of smuggling narwhal tusks was sentenced Wednesday to 5 years and 2 months in a US prison for related money-laundering counts.  Gregory Logan, 60, of Saint John, NB, smuggled about 300 tusks valued at 1.5M-$3M into Maine in false compartments in his vehicle. They were shipped from a post office box in Ellsworth, Maine, to buyers across the US. Logan was working as a Mountie when he began bringing narwhal tusks across the border into the US in 2000. He retired from the police force in 2003. (AP) 


Jam parties swarmings


TORONTO - On Saturday, police were informed of 3 separate attacks where the victims, all aged between 14 and 16 years old, were robbed and assaulted.  It's alleged the assaults were related to a party being held in Rosedale Park.  In each case, the victims told police they were attacked by a group teens wearing hoodies and bandanas covering their faces.  Investigators say they have connected the assaults to an ongoing weekly event advertised online as 'Rosedale Jam.'  (CTV) 


Police shoot deaf man


Magdiel Sanchez


Oklahoma City police officers who opened fire on a man in front of his home as he approached them holding a metal pipe didn't hear witnesses yelling that he was deaf.  Magdiel Sanchez, 35, wasn't obeying the officers' commands before one shot him with a gun and the other with a Taser on Tuesday night.   Sanchez, who had no apparent criminal history, died at the scene. The officer who fired the gun, Sgt Chris Barnes, has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation.  (AP)


Police arrest Catalan officials


Mayors in Barcelona


MADRID - Spanish police arrested at least 12 people Wednesday in raids on Catalan government offices, as national authorities intensified a crackdown on the region's preparations for a secession vote that Spain says is illegal.  (AP)


MORE:   Police raids to halt referendum   Daily fines for referendum organizers   

COMMENT:   Separatists are on a path to failure   Polarized 

PREVIOUS:   Mayors back referendum   Catalan independence referendum 2017    Catalan independence movement 


100,000 Canadians


It's been nearly two weeks since the credit monitoring company Equifax admitted it had suffered one of the largest data breaches in recent memory - exposing the personal information of 143M US consumers.  The company finally confirmed approximately 100,000 Canadians were affected too, with names, addresses, social insurance numbers (SIN) and, in limited cases, credit card numbers among the personal information potentially accessed.  (CBC)


PREVIOUS:   Failed patch   OPC information   Cybersecurity incident  


Creating anxiety


In Canada, children are inculcated on an upbringing of helicopter parenting, fostered by a regime of smothering government nanny-stateism.  Placing children in a state of fear and anxiety, however, will ultimately have long-term negative consequences for both the children themselves, and for society as a whole.   (CBC)


REPORT:   Legal age for leaving children unsupervised  .pdf


Taxpayers to pay for entitled parties


VICTORIA - BC taxpayers will pay millions of dollars annually to help wean the province's main political parties off of corporate and union donations. The new NDP government introduced its long-promised campaign finance bill on Monday, but included the publicly funded subsidies as an unexpected part of the reform package.  (Globe & Mail)


MORE:   Election amendment act, 2017

PREVIOUS:   Party Funding 


UPAC arrests


MONTREAL - UPAC said Tuesday that it arrested Frank Zampino, Bernard Trepanier, Normand Brousseau, Robert Marcil, Dany Moreau, Kazimierz Olechnowicz, and Yves Theberge early Tuesday morning. Police are looking for Bernard Poulin. The anti-corruption squad said all 8 men will be charged with fraud, conspiracy, and corruption, while Zampino, Trepanier, and Marcil will also be charged with breach of trust.  (CTV)


PREVIOUS:   Greed & Corruption Quebec   Gazette: Charbonneau Commission 


US will defend itself


NEW YORK - US President Donald Trump has told the UN General Assembly that America would destroy North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies.  In his debut speech, he mocked North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, saying: 'Rocket man is on a suicide mission.'   (BBC)


MORE:   Trump's speech transcript   Madman vs dotard

PREVIOUS:   NK missile   North Korea fires missile over Japan   North Korea crisis

RELATED:   Inside Kim Jong Un's regime


Supreme Court blocks vote


BAGHDAD - Iraq's supreme court has ordered the suspension of next week's referendum on the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan, as legal and political pressure mounted on the Kurds to call off the vote. (AFP)


MORE:   Turkey warns against artificial state Kurds ready to pay any price for freedom

PREVIOUS:      Warning over referendum violence   Haider al-Abadi   Masoud Barzani   Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum 2017   Iraqi Kurdistan  

RELATED:   Turkish Kurdistan   Syrian Kurdistan   Iranian Kurdistan 


Hidden agenda


WASHINGTON - A group of career politicians often referred to as the 'deep state' or the 'permanent government' is pushing an agenda that goes against the Constitution and US law, while also selectively leaking information to manipulate public perception.  These were among the claims from the conservative, nonpartisan watchdog group Judicial Watch, following the publication of its report that exposed the unelected government of the US often referred to as the deep state.  (Epoch Times)


REPORT:   Exposing the Deep State 


Deadly stolen truck crash


LLOYDMINSTER - 3 women from Edmonton are dead after a stolen truck and minivan crashed east of Lloydminster.  Emergency crews responded to the collision just after 3am Friday on Highway 16, about 5 kilometres outside Lloydminster.  A heavy-duty, flat-deck truck reported stolen the previous evening collided with the van in the eastbound lane.  2 women, 35 and 37 years old, were confirmed dead at the scene and a third woman, 53, died later.  One suspect, a 26-year-old man, was taken into custody in the area.  (CTV)  


MORE:   Stolen truck kills 3   3 women dead




Konaam Shirzad


KAMLOOPS - 2 men were shot outside of a residence on Hudson's Bay Trail Thursday Sept. 21 around 7:20pm.  Konaam Shirzad, 34, was dead at the scene. Shirzad was the co-founder of the Red Scorpions gang and owned a gym in North Kamloops.  (Info News)


MORE:   Victim identified   Red Scorpion co-founder killed   Victim said he had left gang life


2 charged


WINNIPEG - Police said Trevor Bodnarek, 27, was fatally shot at a home in the 700-block of Selkirk Ave on July 21.  Craig Dylan Monkman, 19, and Albert Kelly Thomas, 34, are both charged with second degree murder.  (CTV)


PREVIOUS:   Identified   Police investigate   


Officer charged


HALIFAX - The SIRT says Const Brandon Scott Hurley's police car entered the busy intersection of Robie St and Quinpool Road on May 16 just before 5pm and collided with another vehicle.  The 27-year-old officer has been charged under the Motor Vehicle Act with failing to stop at a red light and failing to drive with due regard for all persons using the highway.  (CBC) 


Officer guilty


MONTREAL - Eric Deslauriers, a SQ officer has been found guilty of manslaughter in connection with a fatal shooting of a teenager.  The victim was David-Hughes Lacour, 17, who was suspected of having stolen a car on Jan 22, 2014 in Sainte-Adele.  (CBC) 


MORE:   Officer convicted of manslaughter 


16 years


PRINCE ALBERT - Leslie Black, 31, the man who brutally attacked a homeless woman in Prince Albert, SK, before setting her on fire has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.  Black will be sent to a prison outside of SK because of the high-profile nature of the case.  He pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the violent beating of Marlene Bird, 49, on June 1, 2014. The attack left the woman almost blind and a double amputee.  (CBC) 


MORE:   16 years   Prison sentence


Caregiver charged


TORONTO - A caregiver has been charged with criminal negligence causing death after the body of a 4-year-old boy was discovered in a car.  The boy was found at about 2:30pm on Thursday. The car was parked outside a Mill Road in Etobicoke condo tower.  Zeljna Kosovac, 50, was in charge of caring for the boy.    (CBC)


MORE:   Woman charged    Nanny charged    Boy found in car dies 


Shooting victim dies


WHITEHORSE - RCMP say the victim of a shooting around 6:40pm Wednesday has died of his injuries.  Police also say they believe the shooting in the Wann Road and Alaska Hwy area 'was not random.'   RCMP said the 25-year-old victim was from BC but they did not release his name.   (CBC)


MORE:   Shooting 


Gunned down


Hamzeh Serhan 


OTTAWA - A young man sipping on a Slushie was swarmed by a group of armed youths and gunned down in broad daylight Wednesday.  The victim has been identified as Hamzeh Serhan, 20, of Ottawa.  Witnesses, including one eyewitness who said he stood within 20 feet of the shooting, described the suspects as a group of about six black youths, who scattered on foot once the fatal shots were fired.  Neighbours reported hearing six or seven gunshots around 3:20pm from the outdoor courtyard between Ottawa Community Housing units on Caldwell Ave.  (Ottawa Citizen)


MORE:   Shooting   Shooting    Homicide sparks protest


Witnesses sought 


Laura Jeglum Woycheshen


VANCOUVER - RCMP are looking for anyone who may have seen a grey 2003 Pontiac Sunfire that had been traveling eastbound in the 27800-block of Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge, at around 8:40pm on Sept 14.  Police later found the car abandoned but they have yet to find the driver.  Laura Jeglum Woycheshen died Sept 14, when her motorcycle was involved in a head-on collision.  (Maple Ridge News)


PREVIOUS:   Hit-and-run  


Dancing man in police uniform 




TORONTO - A collision was a result of a man who was impersonating a Toronto police officer while dancing and directing traffic.  Officers were called to the area of Bloor St W and Christie St for reports of a property damage collision on Saturday around 6:15pm.  The man was allegedly directing traffic while dressed as a police officer but was dancing as he was preforming the task.  (CP24)




EDMONTON - The body of Spiros Jerry Tziklas, 50, was found in the area of 118 Ave and 37 St Tuesday, at about 4:30am.  An autopsy confirmed he had died from a stab wound.  (CTV)


MORE:   Victim was stabbed   EPS identified victim

PREVIOUS:   Body found    


Stabbing victim dies



Julia Sokolov          Michael Nowaczek-Said


TORONTO - Police were called to a home in the Birchmount Rd and Pinegrove Ave area around 1:50pm on Sunday.  When they arrived, officers found a 50-year-old woman suffering from non-life-threatening injuries.  The victim told them there was a man inside the building carrying a knife.  Once inside, officers found Julia Sokolov, 24, suffering life-threatening injuries, the result of numerous stab wounds.  She died Tuesday.  Michael Nowaczek-Said, 24, was arrested on Sunday and charged.  Those charges were upgraded to first-degree murder on Wednesday.  (Sun Media)  


MORE:   Charges upgraded   Woman dies 


Officer involved shooting


CALGARY - A man is in critical condition in hospital following an officer-involved shooting Wednesday.  The man was later tracked to a home in the 500-block of Markerville Road NE where police say multiple unsuccessful attempts were made to call the suspect out of the building.  Police say the man exited a garage around 8:15pm and the situation 'continued to escalate resulting in the discharge of a service firearm.'  The suspect, a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.  (CBC)


MORE:   Suspect shot by police 


Body found



Lacasse           Barbe                       Fredette 


SAINT-EUSTACHE - SQ have found a body near the town of Arundel, where they've been searching for Yvon Lacasse, 71, who last seen on Thursday, Sept 14.  The SQ believes that Ugo Fredette, 41, who was arrested after an Amber Alert, abandoned his own pickup truck and stole Lacasse's CR-V.  Fredette has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his partner, Veronique Barbe, 41, but has yet to appear in court due to injuries he sustained during a suicide attempt behind bars.   (CBC)


PREVIOUS:   Boy safe   Boy found safe   Amber Alert cancelled   Amber Alert ends   Boy found safe   Mother murdered  




Blayne Joseph Burnstick


EDMONTON - Police have identified a man whose body was found Monday at 11119 94 St, the same building where Nexhmi (Nick) Nuhi, 76, was killed a few days earlier as Blayne Joseph Burnstick, 25.  Burnstick was last seen with two friends on Sept 12.  (CBC) 


MORE:   Suspicious death

PREVIOUS:   EPS identified victim   Police identify victim   Problem property




THUNDER BAY - Cruz Nicholas Pelletier charged in connection with the death of Larissa Charlie-Stillaway, 22, in June 2015 plead guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to 7 years in prison.   (CBC)


PREVIOUS:   Assault victim dies   Charge upgraded   Assault victim 


Back behind bars


Jarrod Bacon


VANCOUVER - BC gangster Jarrod Bacon has had his parole revoked after drinking in a strip club with another known criminal and then providing police with a false identity.  (Vancouver Sun) 


PREVIOUS:   Gangs 


Body of missing found   


Serge Schinck 


SALABERRY DE VALLEYFIELD - Police are investigating what they say is a homicide following the discovery of a missing man's body Tuesday morning.  The body of Serge Schinck, 54, was discovered by officers while searching an industrial lot near Daoust St and Larocque Road.  Schinck had been missing since Sept 14.  (CBC) 


MORE:   Murder   Body found  


Woman found dead


REGINA - Police say they were called to the 1100-block of Ring Road, near the Ross Ave exit ramp, shortly after 1:30pm Tuesday.  A motorist had stopped to assist a person who appeared to not be moving, police said. EMS responded to the scene and confirmed the woman was dead.   (CTV)  


MORE:   Death non-criminal




VANCOUVER - One man is dead after a stabbing in Burnaby at a sushi restaurant around 11:30pm Monday.  3 victims were located, suffering from stab wounds. 2 of the victims received non-life threatening injuries.  A man was arrested.  (News1130)


MORE:   IHIT called in   Homicide at restaurant   Altercation   Violence


Suspect named


Jean Edens Lindor


MONTREAL - Jean Edens Lindor, 24, can be seen in surveillance footage from the apartment building on Mullins St where the murder occurred. Gerry Sisi Thibert, a transgender sex worker, was stabbed around 2am on Monday and was found in the hallway by a neighbour.   (Montreal Gazette)


MORE:   Arrest warrant   Suspect wanted   Identified


Victim named


VANCOUVER - RCMP were called to Bridge St at around at around 3am Monday after reports of possible shots fired.  Joseph Lucien De Carvalho, 41, died at the scene from his injuries.  IHIT said De Carvalho was known to police, and his death is believed to be targeted.  (Richmond News)  


MORE:   Known to police   Identifed


Victim sought a peace bond  



Susie Butlin                 Ernie Duggan


TATAMAGOUCHE - Susie Butlin, 58, feared for her safety and sought a peace bond against her next-door neighbour in the weeks before she died, claiming she had been sexually assaulted and her property vandalized.  Butlin's body was found late Sunday by RCMP officers responding to a 911 call at a home on Clarks Road in Bayhead.  Her neighbour, Ernie (Junior) Ross Duggan, 49, has been charged with first-degree murder. He also faces an attempted murder charge over allegations he shot at police.   (CBC)  


MORE:   Suspect didn't get mental health help    Man charged    Suspect's wife speaks





Ryanna Grywacheski             Jeff Kilfoy


MARYSTOWN - Police have confirmed that the death of 2 people in Marystown over the weekend was a murder-suicide.  Ryanna Grywacheski, 18, found dead in a basement apartment on McGettigan Blvd Saturday was a victim of homicide.   Jeff Kilfoy, 37, died as a result of suicide. The 2 were in a relationship.  His body was found Sunday on a trail near the apartment.   (CBC)


MORE:   Family devastated


Security camera footage


Anthony Soares


TORONTO - Police were called to a building at 6 Glamorgan Ave at 2:54am Thursday Sept 14 about reports of a shooting.  Anthony Soares, 33, was shot several times at close range. He was rushed to hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery, but died.  (CBC)    


MORE:   Security footage 


Released without charges 


HALIFAX - Police responded to 36 Montgomery Court at 1:38am Sunday after receiving a report that a man needed immediate medical assistance.  The 20-year-old man was taken to hospital, where he died. His identity has not been released.  A 27-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman taken in for questioning were released without charges.  (CTV)


PREVIOUS:   Police investigating  


2 years


NEWTOWN - The RCMP responded to the single-vehicle collision just before 3am on Oct. 23, 2015.  Police say a small pickup truck left the road and struck a power pole.  One passenger, James Daniel Poirier, 19, was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene.  Scott Nicholas Lundrigan, 22, pleaded guilty to one count of impaired driving causing death+.    (CTV)


MORE:   2 years   Impaired sentenced 




Saturday, September 23, 2017 11:53:40

© 2017 Prime Time Crime