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RCMP money laundering investigation: Leadership problems, missteps proved fatal to case

VANCOUVER - Months after charges were stayed in Canada’s largest money-laundering case, neither the RCMP nor the Public Prosecution Service of Canada has provided any public explanation of what went wrong. But a Postmedia investigation has uncovered details of how the massive prosecution of Silver International and its owners, Caixuan Qin and Jian Jun Zhu, was derailed. (The Province)

Tip leads police to 17 bodies at New Jersey nursing home

A tip of a body in a shed led Andover Police to one of New Jersey's largest nursing homes Monday evening where they found 17 bodies in the facility's morgue. The officers responding to the Andover Subacute and Rehab Center II didn't find a body in the shed, but employees asked them for assistance with the bodies in the morgue. (CNN)
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Two police officers seriously injured in hit and run

BURNABY - RCMP are urging the public to check dash-cam and security footage after the driver of a stolen car struck and badly injured two officers Monday morning. Cpl. Michael Kalanj said the officers, both members of the Lower Mainland Integrated Police Dog Service team, were standing beside their vehicle in the 5000-block of North Fraser Way near Glenlyon Parkway at about 11:30 a.m. when they were struck by a westbound car that then fled the area. (Vancouver Sun)

London cop shot dead after missing gun on searched suspect

A London cop was shot dead in his precinct early Friday while booking in a suspect — after officers failed to find his gun during an earlier search, according to reports. (New York Post)

Looters, vandals sweep through Chicago’s Magnificent Mile after police involved shooting

Hours after Chicago police shot a young man who turned and fired at them, hundreds of people went on a looting and vandalism spree in various parts of the Windy City early Monday, according to reports. (New York Post)
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  • RCMP identify suspect in Sherwood Park explosions

    EDMONTON - “Out of character.” Those were the words a grieving family used Thursday to describe the actions of Kane Kosolowsky, the suspect linked to a pair of explosions in a Sherwood Park parkade earlier this week. (Edmonton Journal)

    Delta man arrested, weapon seized after making social media threats

    A Delta man is facing multiple firearms charges after police say he posted a video to social media of him holding a gun and threatening the public. (Vancouver Sun)

    RCMP arrest 14 as they break up pipeline protest

    VANCOUVER - The RCMP have breached a gate that a northern B.C. First Nation had erected to block access to a natural-gas pipeline project. Officers broke through a blockade on Morice River Forest Service Road, southwest of Houston, on Monday afternoon to enforce a B.C. Supreme Court injunction order, arresting 14 people, said RCMP. (Vancouver Sun)

    KNIGHT: Police playing whack-a-mole

    Oppenheimer Park in Vancouver is located in the historic Japantown part of the Downtown Eastside. It was opened in 1902 and for many years has been host to the Powell Street Festival put on by the local Japanese community celebrating their culture. For the first time this year there will be no Powell Street Festival. It’s too dangerous. (True North)

    Cop-hating mob injures three NYPD officers in Brooklyn

    NEW YORK - Roving, cop-hating mobs erupted in violence, taunts and gunfire in Brooklyn overnight into Sunday, leaving three officers with minor injuries. (New York Post)

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