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Police looking for Sean Pickford

A man wanted by police on a Canada-wide search warrant didn't show for his aggravated assault trial Monday. Sean Pickford, 23, was originally charged with attempted murder stemming from an incident outside a downtown Sudbury bar Sept. 17, 2000.

Lost soul spared jail time

BY KEITH LACEY A Â?lost soulÂ? whose long record of petty crimes is directly related to her hard drug addiction was spared a jail sentence Wednesday.

MPP makes nominations

Sudbury?s Liberal crime fighting MPP has nominated the Sudbury Elder Abuse Committee, the Sudbury Race Relations Committee and the JoeMac Committee for a crime fighting award.

Criminals wandering around unsupervised, says OPSEU

As the OPSEU strike nears the two month mark, the union representing provincial employees has issued a warning about unsupervised convicts posing a clear and present danger.

Thief steals from charity

Northern Ontario Families of Children with Cancer (NOFCC), it's a big name for a small group of people who provide an important service.

Man found not guilty of manslaughter

A jury has found a Wiarton resident not guilty of manslaughter in connection with the death of a Sudbury construction worker.

?Accident waiting to happen?

By Keith Lacey Underground miners in charge of hooking up hazardous explosive blasts should be the person who ignite or detonate the blast or ?fires the shot.

Police seeking information about pepper-spraying bandit

Greater Sudbury Police believe two serious incidents involving a lone male pepper spraying victims are related. Around 11 pm Thursday, three pedestrians were walking on Laforest Street when they were confronted and pepper sprayed by an unknown male.

Man arrested for murder of former Sudbury resident

Hamilton Police Services have made an arrest in connection with a death of a former Sudbury man, Ryan Milas McDonald. McDonald On Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2002, at approximately 1:30 am, a home invasion took place at the residence of 3 Galt St.

Truck driver lost job after accident

By Keith Lacey A Cambridge truck driver told a grieving family he was sorry for his involvement in an accident that claimed the life of an area senior last summer.