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Hero stopped attack on elderly man

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Dylan Petrin adheres to the unwritten law you don't kick a man when he's down. > PETRIN As a bouncer at a downtown nightclub, Petrin, 20, has seen more of his fair share of fist fights.

Mounties seek new blood

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca The timing has never been better if you have ever dreamed of working for one of the most prestigious police services in the world. Const.

Jury dismissed before Christakos trial starts

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Before hearing one word of evidence, the jury was dismissed in a case against a Sudbury man charged in connection with a drunk driving fatality on Ramsey Lake more than two years ago.

Investigation continues for missing Sudbury woman

Police are requesting public assistance in finding Daphne Kochar, 42, who was last seen in Sudbury on Sunday morning. Kochar is described as East Indian, five feet tall, 175 pounds, with short, straight brown hair and brown eyes.

Meter maids on patrol

With the hockey season well underway and the Christmas shopping season just around the corner, Greater Sudbury police are asking the public to park sensibly when downtown.

Meter maids on patrol

With the hockey season well underway and the Christmas shopping season just around the corner, Greater Sudbury police are asking the public to park sensibly when downtown.

Beware of phoney e-mails from banks

BY JASON THOMPSON jason@northernlife.

Man robbed in downtown parking lot

Police are searching for a couple of thieves after a man was robbed Sunday while sitting in his parked car outside of Tim Hortons on Cedar St.

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.

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.