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Crime rampage results in pen time

BY KEITH LACEY For the two weeks last December, Pierre Leblanc, 22, went on a crime ?rampage.? He and his friends broke into numerous businesses and vehicles, stole vehicles and vandalized many of the cars and businesses.

Armed robbery in New Sudbury

Two armed men robbed a Mac?s Milk convenience store at 2142 Lasalle Blvd. this morning at around 3:30 am. One of the men was brandishing an edged weapon while the other carried a metal pipe.

Identity of fire victim confirmed

Officials have confirmed the identity of one of the two victims of a tragic fire on a St. Charles farm Monday morning.

Island man killed on Hwy. 17

Mark Stephens, 47, of Little Current was killed in a collision on Highway 17 west of Nairn Centre early Thursday evening. OPP re-opened the highway Friday morning.

Friend testifies he committed assaults

BY KEITH LACEY A 28-year-old father testified his friend Phil Boudreault left a Valley East pizza restaurant before a fight broke out last March.

Judge gives violent man another chance

BY KEITH LACEY Justice Louise Gauthier has declared Keith Belleau, 38, a long-term offender (LTO) but refused the Crown?s request to declare him a dangerous offender.

Con man Pierre Montpellier released from halfway house

BY KEITH LACEY For the first time in more than three years, Pierre Montpellier experienced freedom Monday. The former financial planner who bilked clients out of more than $5.

Witness identifies former boxer as man involved in bar brawl

BY KEITH LACEY Joe Dubois was ?infuriated? when he saw Phil Boudreault and another guy kicking a man in the head during an unprovoked bar fight last March.

Thief robs downtown credit union

Greater Sudbury Police Service is currently investigating a robbery that occurred before 10 am this morning (Tuesday) at the Sudbury Regional Credit Union located at 90 Larch St. in Sudbury. Police are investigating robbery this morning (Dec.

Police kept very busy over weekend

It was a very busy weekend for Greater Sudbury Police officers. Elderly woman robbed On Sunday morning around 2:50 am, police responded to a break and enter in progress on Scarlett Street in Sudbury.