Thursday, October 17, 2019

Shooting suspects ‘remain outstanding’

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. - Police searched into the night for two armed men following a daytime shooting in St. Catharines, Ont., on Thursday that sent three people to hospital, two of them in life-threatening condition.(CTV News)

Ucluelet mystery: Halls Angels behind murder of two sailors

UCLUELET — The small craft harbour here in this stunning spot on Vancouver Island’s west coast is a hub of activity. (Vancouver Sun)

Mob hitman suspected of killing Whitey Bulger

Fotios “Freddy” Geas is suspected of rubbing out Bulger, 89, on Tuesday morning — hours after the aging mobster was transferred to Hazelton federal penitentiary in West Virginia. (New York Post)

Man killed in Kamloops drug war shot dead in case of mistaken identity

KAMLOOPS - RCMP have confirmed that a man killed in an on-going drug war in the region was a victim of mistaken identity. On Jan. 23, Rex Gill and Cody Mathieu were shot and killed at the Kamloops Comfort Inn and Suites. According to Kamloops RCMP, the investigation has confirmed Mathieu was an intended target but Gill was gunned down accidentally. (CBC)
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    It was one violent Friday night and Saturday morning in Toronto. But the wild west shootout on The Danforth was a stark reminder of the horrific shooting rampage that happened in about the same location in Greektown nearly a year ago leaving two girls dead and 16 others wounded. (Toronto Sun)

    United Nations gang founder appeals 2009 U.S. sentence

    United Nations gang founder Clay Roueche says he is a changed man after serving a decade in a U.S. prison, and he wants his 30-year sentence for drug smuggling and money laundering reduced to 21 years and 10 months. (The Province)

    Two street gangsters jailed in gun, arson conspiracy

    Two young men involved in a violent Lower Mainland gang conflict were handed lengthy sentences in B.C. Supreme Court Thursday. Taqdir Singh Gill and Walta Abay, along with five others, were arrested in October 2017 after a Vancouver Police and Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit investigation called Project Temper. Gill and Abay were originally charged with conspiracy to commit murder, as well as other counts. (Vancouver Sun)

    Cancun wraps 2018 with at least 540 homicides

    Formerly peaceful Cancún continues to experience shocking levels of cartel violence. The previous annual record for murders was smashed in 2018 with 540, as opposed to 2017’s 227.(Breitbart News)

    Abbotsford murder victim was brother of slain gang leader

    ABBOTSFORD - The man murdered last night in Abbotsford is the brother of a gang leader who was killed in North Vancouver in December. (Abbotsford News)
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    Biker funeral attended by hundreds of Hells Angels surrounded by police

    MONTREAL - While he was involved in a bloody war between the Hells Angels and Rock Machine, André (Frisé) Sauvageau received a phone call he probably hadn’t thought possible. (Montreal Gazette)

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