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Ounce of prevention

Greater Sudbury Police Services Cst. Bert Lapalme displays 14 rifles, 14 handguns and eight shotguns that have been turned in during the unregistered/unwanted firearms reprieve. Police have also collected 1,081 pieces of ammunition as well.

Police search for missing guns

Ontario Provincial Police officers from the Sudbury Detachment are looking for a pair of missing shotguns discarded along Hwy. 17 between Wawa and Sault Ste. Marie.

Drowning victim identified

A man who went crashing through the ice while riding his ATV about 200 metres offshore from Maple Point in Billings Township has been identified as David Andrew Boyer, 28, from Aundeck Omni Kaaning First Nation.
Senior citizen fends off would-be thieves

Senior citizen fends off would-be thieves

Greater Sudbury Police are investigating an attempted robbery that took place Saturday March 25 at around 5 pm in a laneway between the Radisson Hotel and St. Anne's Church.

Man killed on Notre Dame Ave.

A 21-year old man travelling through Greater Sudbury was killed Tuesday when he was struck by a northbound pickup truck on Notre Dame Ave. The incident took place at around 1:20 pm. The man was brought to St.

Man facing sentencing can no longer practice medicine

BY KEITH LACEY [email protected] One week before he’s to be sentenced in criminal court, a Sudbury doctor has had his license to practice medicine revoked. Dr.

Man threatens to rob former employer

On Thursday March 23, between 2 and 3 pm, a former floor cleaner at Giant Tiger on Lasalle Blvd. phoned the store demanding money or else he would rob it.

New wheels for Sudbury's cops

There will be 21 new motorized vehicles in the Greater Sudbury Police fleet in 2006.

Police nab shooting suspect

Following two and a half months of investigating, Greater Sudbury Police have made an arrest in the Jan. 9 Pine St. shooting that left two men wounded in the hospital. A 19-year old man from St.

No charges in Notre Dame fatality

Greater Sudbury Police will not be charging the driver who hit a pedestrian on Notre Dame Ave. last week.