Monday, April 22, 2024

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)
Cops in Cuban paradise in living hell

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)

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)

‘Disgusting:’ Ex-Mountie who won first harassment suit says little has changed

Alice Clark wanted to be a Mountie before women were even permitted to join the force.But when she joined in 1981, it wasn’t the honourable job she was expecting. After experiencing years of harassment, Clark left the force and became the first woman to successfully sue the RCMP for sexual harassment. (Global News)

RCMP not fully prepared for active shooters five years after Moncton: Auditor General

OTTAWA — The RCMP isn’t sure that all its officers have access to the rifles and body armour they need to respond to an active shooter, almost five years after three Mounties were gunned down in New Brunswick, Canada’s auditor general has found.(

Six Tempe police officers asked to leave Starbucks after making customer ‘feel uncomfortable’

TEMPE, Ariz. - Six Arizona police officers were reportedly asked to leave a Starbucks on July 4 because they made a customer “feel uncomfortable.” (WJHL)
  • Starbucks engages in intolerable discrimination against police
  • RCMP officer’s handgun, magazines, radio stolen at Sherway Garden Mall

    Toronto police say someone stole an RCMP officer’s handgun, magazines and radio at Sherway Gardens Mall in Etobicoke on Wednesday night.Investigators say that sometime between 7:30 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. on Wednesday night, a black satchel with a blue stripe on it was taken by an unknown suspect at Sherway Gardens Mall. The satchel was removed from the back of a chair. (CP24)

    RCMP kept off trail of N.S. mass murderer by perfect storm of issues in first 12 hours: Expert

    OTTAWA - Police inexperience, pitch black night and a chaotic crime scene with 13 bodies and multiple fires: It was a perfect storm of conditions that kept the RCMP off the trail of mass murderer Gabriel Wortman for 13 hours, a former police detective says. (National Post)

    After pandemic delays RCMP union resumes quest for salary bump

    After a series of pandemic-related delays, the head of the union representing Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers says salary negotiations are back in full swing — a process that could see policing costs swell across much of the country. (CBC)

    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)