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Police investigating two robberies

It was a bad weekend for people who work in convenience stores. Sudbury police are seeking information about two robberies. The first robbery took place Friday evening about midnight at CaraƂ?s Convenience on Lorne Street.

Family members charged

Four members of the same family have been charged after the Greater Sudbury Police investigation into the possession of stolen property from two separate incidents originating in Quebec. The street crime unit executed a search warrant on Jan.

Two men killed Saturday in head-on collision

Sudbury police are investigating a fatal accident which took place about 7 pm on Saturday evening on Big Nickel Mine Road in the city?s west end. Two men, both lone occupants of the two vehicles involved, were killed in a head-on collision.

OPP officer hit by a car during accident investigation

A female Ontario Provincial Police officer was struck by car while assisting at the scene of an accident on Highway 17, west of the Long Lake Road intersection. The incident happened on Saturday (Jan. 11) around 8:20 pm. The officer was taken to St.

Gambling addict stole from seniors to pay for habit

BY KEITH LACEY A woman who devised a four-year web of intricate deception to con an octogenarian Sudbury couple out of their life savings, is going to jail for six months.

Downtown disturbance

Two Sudbury men, both 21 and of no fixed address, face serious weapons charges following a major disturbance downtown last Saturday evening. Sudbury Police responded to a large disturbance in the downtown core around 2:35 am.

Man faces charges

On Dec. 11, members of the Greater Sudbury Police Service Street Crime Unit executed a search warrant at a garage on Logan Avenue and a motor vehicle was seized along with a number of parts.

Officer remains in hospital

A veteran Sudbury OPP officer remains in hospital recovering from serious injuries after being hit by a motor vehicle while helping investigate a previous accident over the weekend. OPP Const. Lucie Sirois is a 14-year OPP veteran.

Police looking for three suspects in robbery

Greater Sudbury Police are investigating the armed robbery of a confectionery store Monday evening. Police are looking for three young males who entered the Madison Confectionery, located at 2176 Madison Ave. at around 9:25 pm.

Man not guilty of murder

A Sudbury man was found not guilty of murder this week in a North Bay courtroom. Jason Richard Tessier was accused of beating a Sturgeon Falls man to death last year. Tessier has been released from custody.