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Cabbie kicked, woman gets probation

Because taxi drivers perform a valuable community service, don?t make a lot of money and are always vulnerable to criminal activity, the courts must punish those who act out violently against them, a Sudbury judge told a teenager last week at the Sud

New law enforcement project to take a bite of the illicit drug trade

The RCMP, OPP and Greater Sudbury Police Service will be launching a joint project to combat the drug trade in the Sudbury, Warren, Espanola, Noelville, North Bay and other surrounding areas. On Tuesday, April 9, at 2:30 pm at 190 Brady St.

Former bar owner back in court

The former owner of a blues bar and deli, who has spent much of the past five years behind bars, is on trial again for drug trafficking.

Police investigate Notre Dame robbery

Wednesday night at approximately 9:08 pm, a man entered Classic Catering on Notre Dame Ave., robbing the lone female employee on duty. The man brandished an eight-inch butcher knife and demanded cash from the worker.

Hanmer man admits to raiding camps

By Keith Lacey What started out as a hard day on the job, ended up with a Hanmer man with no previous criminal record breaking into 13 camps in the Kukagama Lake Road area one year ago.

Police arrest robbery suspect

As a result of an ongoing investigation, Greater Sudbury Police have taken a young man suspected of robbing a business on Notre Dame Ave. into custody. It is alleged that on March 1, the suspect entered Classic Catering on Notre Dame Ave.

Sentencing delayed

A Sudbury man who just got out of jail for threatening a witness scheduled to testify against his brother, who is accused of stabbing another man, will have to wait a few more weeks to see if he's going back behind bars.

Elderly couple terrorized during home invasion

An elderly couple suffered the effects of pepper spray and terror during a home invasion on Sunday night. At about 8:50 pm, two males entered the Landry Street home of a 79-year-old man and his 76-year-old wife.

Tactical unit responds to West End man in crisis

A quiet little street in a West End neighbourhood more closely resembled a war zone Thursday after the heavily-armed police tactical unit was called in to deal with a man who was contemplating suicide.

New Year's Eve 2000 not so happy for party-goer

A man who smashed a beer bottle over a stranger's head because he was dancing with a woman he knew during a millennium New Year's Eve party will find out June 5 if he's going to jail or not.