Sunday, December 16, 2018

Murder suspect turn himself into police

LONDON - An 18-year-old London man wanted in connection to last week's homicide outside of a Dundas Street Tim Hortons has turned himself into police.(CTV News)

Abbotsford police remember Cst. John Davidson on anniversary of his death

ABBOTSFORD - Members of the Abbotsford Police Department are remembering Const. John Davidson today and honouring the slain police officer on the one-year anniversary of his death. Davidson was shot and killed in the line of duty on Nov. 6, 2017. (The Province)

Mayor announces ‘zero tolerance for crime’ measures after weekend violence

WINDSOR - The brazen violence on the weekend — a murder in a public housing complex and a wild Ouellette Avenue street fight in which two people were stabbed — was the last straw for Mayor Drew Dilkens, who announced nine “zero tolerance” measures to address the dramatically escalating crime rate. (Windsor Star)

Possible fraud, theft of public funds led to removal of senior officers of the legislature

VICTORIA - Two senior officers of the B.C. legislature who were publicly escorted out of the building in Victoria this week amid a criminal probe are being investigated for possible fraud and theft involving public funds, two sources told Postmedia News Wednesday. (Vancouver Sun)
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  • US Border officer revives baby girl who stopped breathing

    BLAINE, Wash. -- American border officers managed to revive a baby girl who stopped breathing while she and her mother were in line to cross into the United States. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection office says the mother and her infant were waiting on Friday at the crossing in Blaine, Wash., when the woman called for help. (CTV News)

    2019 VPD K9 calendar now on sale

    VANCOUVER - The 2019 Vancouver Police Dog Calendar features members of the VPD’s canine unit and their four-legged partners. Each calendar costs $15 with proceeds going toward the B.C. Cancer Foundation and the B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation. (Vancouver 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)

    Predawn raids target Mexican mafia gangs

    SAN DIEGO - Hundreds of federal agents and local law enforcement officers conducted dozens of predawn raids across the county Thursday, arresting alleged gang members and others with suspected gang ties on drug, gun, racketeering and other charges, authorities said. (San Diego Union Tribune)
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  • Six teens arrested after night of violent robberies at stores across city

    CALGARY - Six teenage boys face criminal charges connected to a series of violent robberies at multiple stores across the city Tuesday night. (Calgary Herald)
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  • Inside a ‘tap on the back’ ruins a 40-year policing career

    VANCOUVER - The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner (OPCC) was created to provide independent civilian oversight over municipal police forces in British Columbia. But a string of recent cases shows the OPCC is more about overreach than oversight. (Troy Media)

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