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3 men, 1 woman face 165 charges in Toronto guns and drugs bust

Toronto police have charged three men and a woman with 165 criminal offences linked to a guns and gangs investigation.

The probe, which police said began in late 2016, was centered on gun trafficking in the Toronto area but eventually led officers to the discovery of a large quantity of drugs as well. 219 more words


Freezing rain leads to vehicle collisions, pedestrian injuries across GTA

Vehicle collisions and pedestrian injuries have been reported across the Greater Toronto Area as a result of the freezing rain Tuesday morning.

Toronto police issued a public safety alert after receiving an increase in vehicle collision calls throughout the city. 354 more words


Toronto marijuana dispensary robbed, employee pistol-whipped: police

TORONTO – Police say they’re looking for three suspects after a Toronto marijuana dispensary was robbed and one of the employees beaten.

Investigators say masked men, one armed with a handgun, entered The Green Leaf marijuana dispensary near Woodbine and Danforth avenues on Saturday evening and ordered the three store employees to the ground. 58 more words


Man with gunshot wound crashes vehicle with 3-year-old child in backseat

Toronto police are investigating a single-vehicle collision in which a male driver was found with a gunshot wound as a 3-year-old child was in the backseat Sunday evening. 100 more words


Man, woman sought in connection with alleged synagogue theft

Toronto Police are looking for a man and woman in connection with an alleged theft at a synagogue at Bathurst Street and Warwick Avenue.

Police said on Dec. 184 more words


Toronto police investigating after teen shot in Moss Park

Toronto police are investigating after a 16-year-old boy was shot in the neck in the city’s Moss Park neighbourhood early Friday morning.

Police say the shooting happened inside a bar located at 222 Queen Street East near Sherbourne Street just after midnight. 49 more words


Toronto firefighter accused of staging false alarms to lure colleagues away so he could rob their firehouse

TORONTO — Police have laid six charges against a Toronto firefighter they allege lured people out of fire stations so he could rob them.

Toronto police said there were three such incidents they now attribute to 35-year-old Joshua Pittarelli-Bucks, who has worked as a Toronto firefighter since 2006. 272 more words