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Former deli owner going back to jail after drug bust

By Keith Lacey A former Sudbury restaurant owner will be returning to the penitentiary for several years after being found guilty Friday of possessing a large quantity of hard drugs for the purpose of trafficking and possession of stolen goods.

Murder suspect arrested

A second suspect has been arrested in Toronto in connection with the murder last fall of a former Sudbury man in Hamilton. The 22-year-old suspect was arrested at Toronto?s Don jail last week. He was in custody awaiting trial on unrelated charges.

Home invasion

Sudbury Police are investigating a home invasion which happened over the weekend in Hanmer. Three males, disguised with ski masks and wearing dark clothing, knocked on a residence on Gravel Road. The males then forced their way into the home.

Priest?s sister testifies in his defence

By Vicki Gilhula The defence for a Sudbury priest charged with fondling young girls rested its case Wednesday morning. The jury hearing evidence regarding Rev.

Girl testifies at sexual assault trial

A female minor testified Tuesday a Sudbury man repeatedly sexually abused her almost daily over a two-week period last fall.

Two killed in accident

A grandmother and her granddaughter were killed Friday morning in a tragic accident near Naughton. Irene Sloss, 71, of Evansville and Kirsten Noon, 13, of Thornton, died when a pickup truck collided with the minivan they were travelling in.

Police find wanted man from Sudbury in Alberta

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury man wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant has been returned to Sudbury after police found him in Medicine Hat, Alta. last week.

Priest denies allegations

By Keith Lacey A Roman Catholic priest has denied he touched any young girl for any sexual purpose at any time in his life.

Dairy Queen bandit caught

A Sudbury teenager faces two counts of robbery and wearing a disguise after being arrested Tuesday evening following an attempted robbery at the Dairy Queen on Lorne Street.

Downtown scene of high-risk take down

By James Hopkin Greater Sudbury Police have placed a man in custody following a high-risk apprehension on Cedar Street early Friday morning.