TorontoSun.com – Canada – Guards demand con blood tests: OTTAWA — Prison guards who manage the country’s most hostile and unhealthy inmates are demanding the Conservative government draft a new law to compel certain cons to provide blood samples.
On Sunday, April 30, 2006, at approximately 1:20 a.m., police were called to a correctional facility at 330 Keele Street for an injured man. It is alleged that the accused tied several bedsheets together and climbed out of the second?floor window of the facility where he lost his grip and fell approximately 25 feet to Read more
TheStar.com – Cecilia trial: Old wounds reopened: “Tomorrow, Min Chen, the 23-year-old former visa student from Shanghai accused of killing the 9-year-old after an abduction that gripped Greater Toronto’s attention for weeks, begins his trial in a Brampton courtroom.”
Government of Ontario, Canada – News: “QUEEN’S PARK, ON, April 27 /CNW/ – Ontario will transfer the operation of the Central North Correctional Centre in Penetanguishene to the public sector, Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Monte Kwinter announcedtoday.”
Toronto Police Accountability Coalition BulletinsIn this issue: 1. The new Police Complaints Process2. Small Claims Court Justice3. Fencing them in4. Updates: the Wyann Ruso and Jeffrey Reodica cases5. Reviewing Civilian Oversight
On Saturday, April 29, 2006, at approximately 2:05 a.m., police were called to an area between 31 and 35 St. Dennis Drive. Police located a 18?year?old man suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. He later died at hospital.
On Friday, April 28, 2006, at approximately 9 p.m., Ann Marie Thomas, 30, of Mississauga, surrendered to police at 31 Division.
Shabbir Mahmud, 45, of Toronto has been charged with second degree murder involving Meherun Nessa, 35.
TheStar.com – Man shot dead in east-end stairwell: “One man is dead after an overnight shooting at an east Toronto apartment building.”
On Friday, the Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision upholding a trial judge’s decision to exclude evidence that was obtained by police in a random search of students at a high school using sniffer dogs. The Court agreed with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association in that: “The dog is a necessary, direct, and integral Read more