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Dustin Lombardi contesting first-degree murder charge in Lachine slaying

Dustin Lombardi, charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 24-year-old man in Lachine last December, will contest the charge and seek to have it reduced to second-degree murder. 320 more words

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Man gunned down on northwest Calgary street had history of drug trafficking

The man gunned down on a northwest Calgary street was a longtime, influential underworld figure once responsible for bringing large volumes of illegal drugs into the province. 812 more words

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SIU report praises Ottawa officers for rescue attempt of murder suspect

Two Ottawa police officers “acted valiantly” in trying to save a murder suspect who had jumped into the Rideau River, provincial investigators have found.

Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit said the officers made repeated attempts to find Muhab Sultan, wanted in a much-publicized slaying over a stolen cellphone in London, Ont., after the 23-year-old disappeared into the river in a downtown Ottawa neighbourhood while trying to elude police on the night of June 24. 503 more words

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Man gunned down on Arbour Lake street

Calgary police are investigating after a man was fatally shot in broad daylight Thursday on a quiet residential street in Arbour Lake.

Neighbours reported hearing up to 10 shots at about 5:40 p.m. 390 more words

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Man charged in connection with fatal shooting in Monterey Park

Police have charged a man in connection with a fatal shooting in the northeast community of Monterey Park on the weekend.

Said Raed Abdulbaki, 20, of Calgary, was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 27-year-old David Quach, police announced Thursday. 247 more words

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Two charged in connection with Terrebonne homicide

Two people appeared in court Wednesday to face charges in connection with the killing of Alain Nadeau in Terrebonne on Monday.

Antoine Sénécal, 21, and Sabrina Boucher, 22, appeared at the St-Jérôme courthouse.  69 more words

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'She has never wronged anybody.' Loved ones mourn victim of Pineridge homicide

Chelsea Serpentini-Harty and Elizabeth McDougall had been friends since they were children, and considered themselves black sheep who understood each other in a way that only sisters could. 608 more words

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