Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Cops in Cuban paradise in living hell

Vancouver cops detained in Cuba back home

VANCOUVER - The families of two British Columbia police constables who had been detained in Cuba following an assault allegation say they have been declared innocent and returned home. (Globe & Mail)

Head of New Brunswick police watchdog out

New Brunswick Police Commission executive director Steve Roberge "is no longer employed by the Province of New Brunswick" as of Wednesday, the commission confirmed. (CBC)

RCMP withdraws charges against officer

REGINA - A Regina-based RCMP member is no longer facing charges of forcible confinement and uttering threats stemming from an off-duty incident. (Regina Leader Post)

Man shot and killed by Edmonton police at apartment where woman held, assaulted

EDMONTON - A man wanted for assault and unlawful confinement of a woman at a Gold Bar home was shot and killed by Edmonton police Wednesday night, the second deadly officer-involved shooting in just over a week. (Edmonton Journal)

Canadian man seeking Trump’s help to find a wife arrested with two bottles of Crown Royal outside White House

WASHINGTON - A Canadian man was arrested by the U.S. Secret Service after telling agents he came to the White House with two bottles of Crown Royal in hopes President Donald Trump would help him find a wife. (Newsweek)

Police chase ends with car hitting house

OTTAWA - A car fleeing from Ottawa police punched a hole in the house on Jean Talon Street around 1 a.m. Sunday, and the province’s Special Investigations Unit will investigate. (Ottawa Citizen)

Suspected Newman cop killer arrested in Bakersfield

The suspect wanted in the fatal shooting of a small-town police officer in Stanislaus County that prompted a statewide manhunt was arrested early Friday in Bakersfield, officials said. (SF Gate)
  • Manhunt on for accused cop killer
  • Shooting suspect surrenders after SWAT negotiator sings ‘White Christmas’

    PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania man who allegedly fired shots at 11 officers during a 10-hour standoff that began Christmas night finally surrendered Wednesday morning after a SWAT officer sang him the holiday song he wanted to hear, authorities said. (Fox News)

    Man, 34, dead after Edmonton police-involved shooting

    EDMONTON - A 34-year-old man is dead after he was shot by police following a traffic stop in east Edmonton’s King Edward Park neighbourhood on Boxing Day. (Edmonton Journal)

    Officer involved shooting in NE Calgary leaves woman dead

    CALGARY - One person is dead after being shot by a Calgary police officer during a Christmas morning altercation on McKnight Boulevard. In a news release, the Calgary Police Service said the incident happened shortly before 2:30 a.m., when officers tried to stop a vehicle and the driver wouldn’t pull over. (Calgary Herald)