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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.

Bad Driving

A Sudbury man who has never obtained a driver?s license was involved in a head-on collision after driving in the wrong direction on Sudbury?s busiest street late last September. Logan Eshawkogan, 23, pleaded guilty to careless driving Wednesday.

Dad going to treatment centre for 15 months

By Keith Lacey With his pregnant wife and two toddlers in the courtroom, a Hanmer man tearfully acknowledged Tuesday he needs and will seek help while in jail for a serious alcohol addiction.

Drunk driver gets 40 days in jail

An area man caught wasted behind the wheel after getting in a fight and engaging in some terrible driving was sent to jail for 40 days Friday and prohibited from driving for three years.

Stolen vehicle crashes into train

By Keri Cyr The Sudbury detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is investigating a motor vehicle collision involving two stolen vehicles from the Sudbury area.

Youth offenders getting second chance

BY KEITH LACEY Should young people who commit minor, non-violent offences like shoplifting or mischief face the stigma of criminal records and punishment by the courts? The Greater Sudbury Police Service, John Howard Society and several community par