Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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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    PENTICTON - RCMP have seized drugs and weapons from what they call a quiet Penticton home. Police executed the search warrant on Thursday after a two-week long investigation into drug trafficking. (Global News)
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    One dead, 12 more hospitalized after suspected Fentanyl leads to ‘mass overdose’

    CHICO, Ca. - A “mass overdose” in a California home Saturday morning left one person dead and another 12 hospitalized after police say the victims may have ingested fentanyl, a powerful opioid. (Fox News)

    21-yr-old Burnaby man jailed for criminally harassing Squamish Mountie

    A 21-year-old Burnaby man who criminally harassed a Squamish RCMP sergeant and his wife and lied in sworn statements filed in court has been sentenced to nine months in jail and three years of probation. (Burnaby Now)

    Dozens of Memphis officers injured in unrest after fatal police shooting

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Armed officers and an angry crowd faced off after a Tennessee man was fatally shot by U.S. Marshals in a working-class Memphis neighborhood. (AP)

    ‘Golden Boy’: Espionage suspect was a polarizing figure as he rose through RCMP ranks

    As Cameron Ortis climbed the ranks of the RCMP, there was no disputing the depth of his intelligence or his ability to get to the nub of complex matters. He was among a select cadre of “golden boys” — civilians tapped by the force to help tackle national security and other highly sensitive files. So impressed was former commissioner Bob Paulson, sources say, that he had floated the idea to the senior executive committee on multiple occasions of elevating them to senior police officer or “regular member” status through an expedited program. (National Post)
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    Toronto police get it right stopping knife-wielding man

    An assailant who was violently waving a large knife begged Toronto Police to kill him. “Shoot me, shoot me,” he demanded. Toronto Police officers, several of whom were chased at knifepoint, didn’t oblige. (Toronto Sun)
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    Toronto police swarmed at protest dubbed ‘Takeover Toronto’

    It was billed as a “Takeover Toronto” event and for a few minutes early Saturday, dozens of lawless troublemakers gave it their best shot. It was at least a Meadowvale Rd. takeover at the entrance to the Toronto Zoo. “About 100 vehicles blocked off the intersection of Meadowvale Rd. and Zoo Rd.” and were “performing stunts such as donuts and tire burnouts,” sources tell us. (Toronto Sun)

    SIU investigates police shooting in Windsor

    WINDSOR - A second shooting in Windsor in as many weekends, this time involving police officers, is sending Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit into response mode. (CTV News)

    Secret Service intercepts two ‘suspicious packages’ addressed to Clinton, Obama

    NEW YORK - The United States Secret Service intercepted two "suspicious packages" addressed to former President Barack Obama and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton earlier this week, the agency said Wednesday. (CNN)
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