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The head of the Special Investigations Unit has decided all evidence points to suicide in the death of 42-year-old Chelmsford man Michael Karchie. SIU director John A.

Home invasion charges

Police have arrested a woman in relation to a home invasion in Minnow Lake in early October. The home invasion took place on Oct. 2 at a residence on Bancroft Drive.

Convenience store robbed during armed holdup

An Express Mart on Riverside Drive in Sudbury was robbed on Friday night. Police say at approximately 10:40 pm, a man, armed with a small handgun, confronted the lone attendant and fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

Welfare system punishes people, professor testifies

An expert who has written about the thousands of women who survive on social assistance told a coronerÂ?s inquest OntarioÂ?s welfare system is a dysfunctional mess focused on punishing destitute people without any focus on helping them escape the cyc

Thief will be sentenced in new year

A Sudbury man who admitted to stealing thousands of addictive prescription pills during a pharmacy break and enter eight months ago will find out early in the new year how long he will be in jail.

Ham radio operators ensuring happy Halloween

Safety is the last thing on children?s minds on Halloween. This isn?t a fact lost on the Greater Sudbury Police Service. The Sudbury Amateur Radio Club will be teaming up with the police to enhance the safety of children Halloween night, this Friday.

Faked robbery leads to three being charged

Sudbury Police have charged three area teenagers for organizing a fake robbery of a gas bar in Azilda in February.

Woman suffers from memory of sexual attacks 25 years ago

A woman tearfully told a hushed Sudbury courtroom Wednesday how her life was devastated by repeated sexual attacks 25 years ago.

Victim blinded

BY KEITH LACEY Two local men have been committed to stand trial in relation to the beating of another man who was blinded in his right eye after being kicked and punched repeatedly earlier this year.

Justice system not designed to handle welfare fraud cases

BY KEITH LACEY An expert in poverty law and Employment Insurance (EI) told a coronerÂ?s jury, people who commit welfare fraud should not be dealt with under CanadaÂ?s criminal justice system.