Sunday, December 16, 2018

Winnipeg pastor guilty of arranging to meet teen for sex

Nathan George Rieger, 53, was arrested on August 10 after arranging to meet with whom he believed to be a 15-year-old girl for sex. It was actually a sting operation set up by the Arroyo Grande Police Department. Rieger was taken into custody when he arrived at the set meeting place. (KSBY)
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  • Thunder Bay police charge man with 2nd degree murder in killing of Braiden Jacob

    The Thunder Bay Police Service said Friday that a man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of 17-year-old Braiden Jacob. Police say the 22-year-old suspect was arrested shortly after 5 p.m. on Friday and faces a charge of second-degree murder. He is scheduled to appear in court on Saturday.Jacob's body was found on Dec. 9 shortly after 11:30 a.m. near the southern portion of Chapples Park in Thunder Bay. (CBC)

    Unfounded bomb threats reported in cities across North America

    Dozens of bomb threats — all believed to be unfounded — were reported in major cities across Canada and the United States on Thursday.  Officials from both countries said they believe the threats — clumsily written emails demanding $20,000 US payments of bitcoin — may have all come from the same source. (CBC)
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  • Georgia officer shot, killed during traffic stop, K9 critically wounded

    A DeKalb County police officer was shot and killed by a suspect Thursday during a traffic stop on Candler Road, authorities said. (Officer.com)

    1st degree murder charge laid in 20-yr-old Sudbury cold case

    Sudbury police say a 39-year-old North Bay, Ont., man has been arrested and charged in connection with the death of Renee Sweeney 20 years ago. On Tuesday, police say Robert Steven Wright, also known as Steven or Steve Wright, was taken into custody and charged with first-degree murder. (CBC)

    Next OPP Commissioner focused on policing not controversy

    When it comes to community safety, Ron Taverner says he doesn’t allow distractions to alter his focus. With that in mind, the newly named OPP commissioner says he’s not following a political controversy surrounding his appointment, but instead is concentrating on his current job while preparing to take the reigns of his next one. (Toronto Sun)
    Cops in Cuban paradise in living hell

    Canadian government sits on their hands while Vancouver cops’ Cuban nightmare continues

    The two Vancouver area cops, Jordan Long and Mark Simms, are still languishing in Cuba, unable to leave the island, Communist country despite being acquitted unanimously by a five woman judicial panel a month ago. They have been informed the prosecution service want to appeal the acquittal. They have not been informed on what grounds the appeal is being sought. Indeed, it seems the prosecution just wants to regurgitate the same arguments it made at trial which were ruled against by the judicial panel. (PTC Exclusive)

    Threats shut down 15 Manitoba schools

    WINNIPEG - Repeated threats have shut down an entire school division in Manitoba, forcing nearly 4,000 students from 15 schools north of Winnipeg to remain home on Monday. (CBC)

    Colorado love triangle leads to deadly police shooting, arrest

    A clash between a man, his wife and his wife’s boyfriend earlier this month ended with a deadly police-involved shooting and one person in a Colorado jail. (Fox News)

    A failed cover-up by two Ottawa cops, drunk driving and a missing gun

    OTTAWA - Const. Christian Nungisa woke up on a May 2016 morning, disoriented, resting outside against a fence in Kingston. He didn’t know how he got there. He had blacked out after a night of heavy drinking. Where was his gun? He was off-duty and in Kingston for the weekend to party with friends, but had tossed his Glock in the back of his trunk. (Ottawa Citizen)

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