Nashville bombing suspect Anthony Quinn Warner died in the blast

The suspect behind the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville has been identified as 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner, authorities confirmed during a press conference Sunday.(Fox News)

Massive explosion in downtown Nashville an ‘intentional act’

Nashville authorities believe an explosion that occurred in downtown Nashville early Christmas morning was an "intentional act" and sparked by a vehicle.  Police responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle parked outside an AT&T building just before 6 a.m. Upon arrival, police said an officer "had reason" to alert the department's hazardous devices unit, which was en route, when a "significant explosion" happened. (The Tennesean)

Shocking moment teen shot dead in the Bronx

Shocking footage captures the moment a teen was fatally shot outside a Bronx deli in broad daylight. Surveillance video obtained by ABC 7 shows the suspect tapping 16-year-old victim James Solano on his shoulder outside the King Deli and Grocery on Boston Road near East 166th Street in Morrisania around 12:10 p.m. Wednesday. (New York Post)

‘Russian Mike’: Toronto trucker now admits to smuggling drugs for El Chapo

A Toronto trucker accused of smuggling for Mexican drug baron Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has had a change of heart as his U.S. trial date neared, pleading guilty to running cocaine between Mexico, the U.S. and Canada. (National Post)

California COVID patient killed when hospital roommate hit him with an O2 bottle for praying

About a week before Christmas, an 82-year-old Hispanic man sickened with the coronavirus leaned on his Catholic faith and began to pray in his Southern California hospital room. (Washington Post)

Police Board member says photos with Hells Angels wasn’t smart

Surrey Police Board member Harley Chappell said Monday that it wasn’t a “smart” decision to pose for photographs in 2018 with two full-patch Hells Angels at a memorial service. (The Province)

The OPP investigation into the RCMP has ramped up

Earlier this year, the Ontario Provincial Police conducted a criminal investigation into senior members of the RCMP on allegations of obstruction of justice – relating to the treatment of the RCMP officers involved in the arrest and death of Robert Dziekanski. (True North)

‘Hearts are extremely heavy’ as search for missing fishermen ends

The Maritime Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre said late Wednesday afternoon that it is suspending the search for five missing fishermen in the Bay of Fundy. The news comes after 36 hours of searching for the crew of the Chief William Saulis, a scallop vessel based out of Yarmouth, N.S. The RCMP will now handle the investigation as a missing persons case. (CBC)

Crime ring that used drones to drop contraband in Quebec prisons busted

The organized crime division of the Sûreté du Québec announced on Wednesday it had broken a smuggling network that used drones to air-drop contraband into the exercise yards of jails and prisons in Quebec. (Montreal Gazette)