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City police asking questions about man charged with murdering Ottawa woman

BY KEITH LACEY Greater Sudbury Police are asking Ottawa Police if there could be a link with a suspect they are holding in connection with a woman?s murder in that city and an unsolved murder here.

Crown rests case against doctor charged with assaulting patients

The Crown has completed its case against a local doctor who stands accused of sexually assaulting several patients during internal examinations. Dr.

Missing teen turns up

Police announced they have found 19-year-old Crystal Sarrazin, the teen was reported missing Oct. 15 by her parents. She was last seen in North Bay but was believed to have come to Sudbury.

Police searching for missing teen

Greater Sudbury Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating 19-year-old Crystal Sarrazin, who is believed to be in the Sudbury area. The teen was last seen Oct. 15 in North Bay.

Missing teen turns up

Police announced they have found 19-year-old Crystal Sarrazin, the Sudbury teen reported missing since Oct. 15 in North Bay.

Charges laid in drug raid

With a search warrant in hand, police raided a residence in Little Current Oct. 19, leading to the arrests of five people and the seizure of illegal drugs.

Federal initiative supports crime victims

Victims of crime can now apply for financial assistance to attend the National Parole Board (NPB) hearing of the offender who wronged them. The federal assistance program will apply towards all NPB cases starting Nov. 1.

Berry picker fined for employment standards violations

A North Bay berry selling operation has been fined $12,500 and the company's director $6,000 for violating the Employment Standards Act. The fines were imposed Oct.

Ontario coroner?s office investigating senior?s death

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN The Ontario Coroner?s Office is investigating the death of a retired firefighter during an angiogram test Friday at the Memorial site of Sudbury Regional Hospital.

Police false alarm program working

BY KEITH LACEY Only three years ago, 12 percent of calls Greater Sudbury Police officers were responding to were false alarms.