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Babysitter who sucked boy's toes spared jail time

A Sudbury man convicted of engaging in a bizarre sexual act against a 10-year-old boy he was babysitting was spared a jail sentence Tuesday, but will have to spend the next 27 months under strict community supervision.

Sudbury to host Ontario Crime Stoppers Convention

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Next weekend the city will be crawling with cops.

Wahnapitae man killed in Hwy 17 accident

Raymond Ransom, 69, of Laren Street in Wahnapitae, was killed a vehicle accident on Highway 17, May Township, east of Massey. The accident took place about 8:50 pm Monday.

Security tightened for ?escapee?

A man who escaped from police custody earlier this week was bound in handcuffs, leg irons and a locked steel waist-belt when he returned to court Thursday.

Security tightened for ?escapee?

A man who escaped from police custody earlier this week was bound in handcuffs, leg irons and a locked steel waist-belt when he returned to court Thursday.

Man shot by police recovering at SRH

The man shot by a Greater Sudbury Police officer last Thursday is recovering from a chest wound in hospital in Sudbury.

New Collision Reporting Centre opens

The Greater Sudbury Police Collision Reporting Centre is set to open on Monday, May 30. The centre will be located in the Lionel E. Lalonde Centre in Azilda.

Sudbury man caught, charged for contraband cigarettes

A 53-year-old Sudbury man stands accused of selling tobacco without a license after an RCMP investigation turned up contraband cigarettes in his car. With a search warrant in hand, police searched the man's car, seizing 700 cartons of cigarettes.

Sudbury man caught, charged for contraband cigarettes

A 53-year-old Sudbury man stands accused of selling tobacco without a license after an RCMP investigation turned up contraband cigarettes in his car. With a search warrant in hand, police searched the man's car, seizing 700 cartons of cigarettes.

Domestic violence victim shares despair

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca The emotional turmoil of a marriage gone bad was played out in a Sudbury courtroom Wednesday when a victim of domestic violence read a heartbreaking victim impact statement.