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"George Is Dead Scott" - waah!! Why Is George Dead?

I’m not sure why, because when I ask I get an irrational response, but my voices are repeatedly focused on members of outlaw motorcycle clubs. (Matbe it’s a fetish). 583 more words

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Vancouver police warn holiday season can lead to increase in smash-and-grab thefts

‘Tis the season… for thievery.

As shoppers load up their cars with gifts, police are asking people to be vigilant about reducing the risk of becoming a victim of ‘smash-and-grab’ thefts. 233 more words


Surveillance video released of Harmony in Action break-in suspect

Windsor police are looking to the public to help find a suspect who broke into Harmony in Action last week.

Officers responded to the office in the 3300 block of Woodward Boulevard on Nov. 70 more words

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Edmonton Crown to handle case of ex-Calgary police officer charged with kidnapping

A Crown prosecutor from Edmonton will handle the case of a former Calgary police officer who faces 11 criminal code charges that include kidnapping and obstruction of justice. 245 more words


'Despicable' thief breaks into charity office, steals fundraising gift cards

A charity that helps people with physical and developmental disabilities is calling it “despicable” after someone broke into its office and stole gift cards meant for fundraising. 231 more words

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Two Windsor teens arrested after break-ins at elementary school

Windsor police have arrested two teenagers after responding to two break-in alarms at a South Windsor elementary school.

Windsor police responded to an alarm at Central Public School in the 700 block of Norfolk Street around 4:30 a.m. 149 more words

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Sask. police arrest suspects wanted in connection with break and enter crime spree

A man and a woman wanted in three break and enters over a three-day span in Saskatchewan have been arrested.

River William Taniskishayinew, 22, and Cherish Emily Leigh Longman, 18, were taken into custody on Friday at 8:30 p.m. 153 more words