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Young men will spend summer months in jail

Three young men who concocted a scheme to break into a New Sudbury apartment complex office to steal keys to various units, and then broke into two apartments and a business, will spend most of the summer in jail.

Boy missing one week

Douglas Saunders Jr., 12, has not been home since March 23. Douglas Saunders His family and police are anxious to hear from him. The boy is believed to be still in the Sudbury area. He was last seen on Elm Street last Thursday.

Drug bust

Three young people from Sudbury face drug charges, following a bust last week by Greater Sudbury Police Street Crime Unit.

Pre-sentence report ordered on dad

BY KEITH LACEY A senior who admitted to sexually abusing his daughter more than 30 years ago came to court Monday with his bags packed in case he was sent to jail.

Doctor admits to acts of misconduct

A Sudbury doctor will no longer be able to examine female patients without being supervised after admitting to professional misconduct. Following a hearing in Toronto Monday, the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons reprimanded Dr.

Man pulled knife on bar staffers

A Sudbury man with a serious alcohol and drug problem who pulled a knife on two bouncers at a downtown bar in early April will have 14 months to try and turn his life around behind bars.

Jury deciding on priest?s guilt or innocence

By Keith Lacey There is no reason for any of the 12 women who said Rev. Donald Holmes indecently touched, fondled, rubbed and kissed them to lie or fabricate evidence, assistant Crown attorney Diana Fuller told a jury in closing submissions Tuesday.

Long Record

A 23-year-old Sudbury man with a terrible criminal record was not given the leniency of the court Wednesday.

'Predator' found quilty of indecent assault

By Keith Lacey One of Father Donald HolmesÂ? victims, who now works with sexual abuse victims, called the disgraced Roman Catholic priest Â?a predatorÂ? after he was found guilty of 14 counts of indecent assault in a Sudbury courtroom Wednesday.

Third time unlucky for drunk driver

BY KEITH LACEY A man caught by police so intoxicated behind the wheel he could barely walk or talk was sentenced Wednesday to 30 days in jail to be served on weekends. Joey F.