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Priest back in court

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury priest now serving a two-year jail sentence for sex crimes against children will return to court Friday to deal with other sex charges laid against him earlier this year in relation to two complainants from Sault Ste. Marie.

Lawyer facing charges

A Blind River lawyer has been arrested and charged with four counts of theft over $5,000 and four counts of breach of trust after a two-year police investigation allege he had bilked four clients of $1 million over a three year period.

Motorcyclist killed in South End

Sudbury police are investigating a fatal motorcycle accident at Algonquin Square in the city's South End, which occurred early today at about 1 am. The name of the decease has not been released at this time pending notification of next of kin.

Noelville man used false names to get driver?s licence

By Keith Lacey Dating back 40 years ago, Canadians who suffered from certain medical conditions weren?t allowed to drive.

Suspect arrested in 'blueberry' robberies

Sudbury police are investigating two complaints about robberies in the Wahnapitae area Sunday. Both robberies took place at stops along the road where vendors buy blueberries. The first robbery took place at 102 Highway 17 E.

Inquest continues next week

By Keith Lacey It took about 13 minutes for a fire truck to arrive at the scene after an emergency call about a house fire had been placed 16 months ago.

Three charged with murder

Three men from Sudbury are now facing first-degree murder charges following the recent beating death of a man in Sturgeon Falls. Police have arrested and charged three men in relation to the death of Alex Levesque.

Fire department theft

The Red Deer Lake Fire Department, Station 25, in Wahnapitae is steaming mad about a theft from their equipment shed last month.

Drunk driver loses license, receives fine

BY KEITH LACEY A Sudbury man who broke his neck after smashing his truck while driving drunk last September felt a little more pain Monday at the Sudbury courthouse. William Racicot, 52, pleaded guilty to impaired driving and was fined $1,000.

Bookkeeper pleads guilty to stealing $51,000

BY KEITH LACEY The Crown will be seeking a jail sentence against a Sudbury bookkeeper who defrauded her employer of more than $51,000 over an 18-month period.