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Man given three years in jail for trafficking cocaine

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.

Police to hire 14 new officers

The Greater Sudbury Police Services (GSPS) will welcome 14 new officers into the fold, hiring recruits under the provincial government's Safer Communities - 1,000 Officers Partnership Program.

Suspect arrested for three November robberies

Greater Sudbury Police have arrested a man wanted on three outstanding arrest warrants for robberies earlier in the month. The 25-year-old, of no fixed address, was arrested without incident on Cedar St. Thursday.

Teen outnumbered in late-night robbery

While walking alone on Louis St. in Sudbury last night around 1:25 am, a 14-year-old boy was approached from behind by three unknown males, beaten and robbed.

Suspect arrested for three November robberies

Greater Sudbury Police have arrested a man wanted on three outstanding arrest warrants for robberies earlier in the month. The 25-year-old, of no fixed address, was arrested without incident on Cedar St. Thursday.

Police to hire 14 new officers

The Greater Sudbury Police Services (GSPS) will welcome 14 new officers into the fold, hiring recruits under the provincial government's Safer Communities - 1,000 Officers Partnership Program.

Police to to hire 14 new offices

The Greater Sudbury Police Services (GSPS) will welcome 14 new officers into the fold, hiring recruits under the provincial government's Safer Communities - 1,000 Officers Partnership Program.

Teen outnumbered in late-night robbery

While walking alone on Louis St. in Sudbury last night around 1:25 am, a 14-year-old boy was approached from behind by three unknown males, beaten and robbed.

Woman feared abuse complaint would be ?swept under carpet?

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A Sudbury woman testified she was so afraid of a police sergeant she took his service revolver and hid it for three days fearing her life was in danger. ?I thought he was going to kill me....

OPP ready to RIDE

The Ontario Provincial Police will be setting up RIDE checkpoints starting Friday as part of their annual Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere campaign, continuing to Jan. 2.