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Union boss back in court Wednesday

Former union boss Rick Briggs is going to have to wait a little longer to find out whether or not he?s been found guilty of assault for allegedly spitting in the face of a security guard hired by Falconbridge Ltd. during a bitter labour dispute.

Police officer arrested

A 15-year veteran of Greater Sudbury Police Services, Const. Scott Mills, has been charged with assault with a weapon, assault and mischief.

Church deacon admits guilt

By Keith Lacey A man who said he heard voices in his head Â?and couldnÂ?t resist the urgeÂ? to sexually abuse two young girls 25 years ago was sentenced to 15 months in jail Friday. J.P.

Police want to talk to man

The Greater Sudbury Police Service is seeking public assistance in identifying a male party who tried his best to help people during a recent fire. On Monday May 19 2003, a fire was discovered at 375 Kathleen Street Sudbury.

Pregnant mom put under house arrest

By Keith Lacey A young pregnant mother of three found guilty of attacking a man in a drunken brawl outside a hotel was given a nine-month conditional sentence to be served under house arrest Thursday.

Fraud charges laid in money order scam

By Rick Pusiak The fraud unit of Greater Sudbury police has made an arrest following an investigation into altered Canada Post money orders.

Senior abuse is a crime

The cityÂ?s Priorities Committee heard elder abuse remains a mainly hidden secretÂ?and crimeÂ?in this community and all across Canada.

Trial coming for man fired at during chase

BY KEITH LACEY A Sudbury man who was fired at by Greater Sudbury Police following a high-speed chase three months ago has opted to stand trial before a judge and jury of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.

Police warn public

Following an accident last week in Levack when a youngster was struck by a car, Greater Sudbury Police want to remind parents to ensure their children are wearing helmets whenever they take their bike out.

Company admits guilt

By Keith Lacey The widow of a young Hanmer father electrocuted on the job 20 months ago said her husband was afraid he would be hurt on the job.