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Winnipeg police officers help resuscitate five-month-old baby

A quick arrival and officers’ resuscitation efforts likely saved the life of an infant, Winnipeg police said on Friday.

Const. Jason Michalyshen said police were called to a home in the 700 block of Flora Avenue on March 20 and found an infant not breathing. 138 more words


Winnipeg police find missing rural Manitoba teen during sweep

A Winnipeg police sweep targeting exploited youth resulted in two arrests and six at-risk young people being found, including one missing from rural Manitoba.

On Friday, Const. 151 more words


Pair of Winnipeg teens charged with stealing van full of bedbug-sniffing dogs

Two teenagers are facing charges following a bizarre January vehicle theft that left specially trained working dogs running around a Winnipeg neighbourhood.

Const. Jason Michalyshen said during a press conference on Friday that a 15-year-old boy and a 14-year-old girl are the two arrests so far, and further arrests are pending in the Jan. 199 more words


Winnipeg man charged with indecent act on Orange Street

Police have a made a quick arrest in an indecent act case from earlier this week.

Investigators released a sketch Wednesday of a man wanted after a suspect approached a 45-year-old man near the corner of Orange Street and Bangor Avenue early Tuesday morning and performed an indecent act. 78 more words


Winnipeg delivery driver robbed in North Point Douglas

A Winnipeg pizza delivery driver was robbed of cash, personal property—and his pizzas—while making a delivery in North Point Douglas early Wednesday.

Police say the driver was bringing an order to a home in the first 100 block of Lusted Avenue around 12:45 a.m. 56 more words


Shots fired at Jefferson area home

Police are investigating after a witness says as many as 10 gunshots were fired at a Jefferson neighbourhood home early Tuesday.

A report of shots fired brought police to the home in the 400 block of Belmont Avenue around 5 a.m. 30 more words


Family fumes about no charges in police handling of Tina Fontaine

WINNIPEG — News that two Winnipeg Police officers will not face charges for their handling of 15 year old Tina Fontaine, shortly before her death, came as another blow to her family. 402 more words