Saturday, April 20, 2019

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)

Suspect surrenders, hostages unharmed after armed siege at Quebec bank

A hostage-taking situation in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, west of Montreal, has ended without incident. Sûreté du Quebec Sgt. Ingrid Asselin said around 4:50 p.m. Friday, an employee inside the Caisse Desjardins credit union activated an emergency button. (CBC)

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)

Mental health education recommended for RCMP members following Coroner’s Inquest

VANCOUVER - A coroner’s inquest jury is recommending that the RCMP make changes to mental health programs for its officers and their families after the death by suicide of a sergeant in 2013 who was involved in a high-profile case in B.C. that resulted in criticism of the department. (Vancouver Sun)
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  • Suspect arrested in Florida in connection with mailed bombs

    A male suspect was arrested in Florida on Friday morning in connection with the rash of suspicious packages sent to prominent Democrats nationwide, law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox News. The Department of Justice will hold a press conference at 2:30 p.m. ET. (FOX News)
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    ISIS fighter more important to Canadian government than Canadian cops trapped in Cuba

    For seven months two Vancouver area police officers have been detained in Cuba facing an allegation of rape made by a fellow Canadian tourist. They were held in jail for seven days and once released were told they cannot leave the country as the investigation ran its course. (Prime Time Crime exclusive)

    Photo of police officer breastfeeding malnourished infant goes viral

    BUENOS AIRES - A police officer in Argentina performed a "gesture of love" after she heard a crying baby that needed to be fed. Officer Celeste Ayala breastfed the malnourished infant, a moment that was captured in a photo and went viral on social media. (CBS News)

    Mystery surrounding the disappearance and death of Saudi sisters deepens

    Everett Johnson said his former neighbour’s face grew stern when he asked how she was doing during a chance encounter around the start of October in Fairfax County, Virginia. The mother from Saudi Arabia offered a surprising reply. “I don’t know where my daughters are,” the woman told Johnson. “I haven’t seen them in a long time.” (Washington Post)

    Chicago cop gets 81 months sentence in fatal shooting

    Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, already found guilty of the 2014 murder of teenager Laquan McDonald, was sentenced Friday to 81 months in prison -- close to seven years' incarceration. (Fox News)

    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)

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