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Use candles with care

Greater Sudbury firefighters are gearing up for Fire Prevention Week 2005, complete with the theme ?use candles with care.? During Oct.

Grow ops discovered in Chelmsford

Greater Sudbury police executed a search warrant for two properties on Vermilion Lake Rd. in Chelmsford Thursday, discovering a pair marijuana grow operations.

Laptop with medical data stolen from hotel room

Greater Sudbury police are asking owners of second hand stores to watch for clients trying to sell them laptop computers. A laptop computer was stolen Sept. 26 from a room at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Sudbury.

Doctor asks thief to return laptop

BY BILL BRADLEY bbradley@northernlife.ca A visiting radiologist specializing in X-ray interpretation, is offering a reward of $5,000, no questions asked, for the return of his silver-coloured Eurocom laptop.

Suspect charged in Scotia Bank robbery

A 20 year-old Brampton man has been charged in the robbery of the Bank of Nova Scotia in Dowling Sept. 23. The man entered the bank demanding cash and told staff and people inside the bank he had a gun.

Child porn earns man six months in jail

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A Sudbury man convicted of possessing images of ?girls engaged in vile and degrading sexual conduct? by male adult abusers was given a six-month jail sentence Monday.

Sudbury doctor going to prison

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A Sudbury physician found guilty of molesting female patients while performing internal examinations, the first dating back almost 30 years, was handed down a two-year penitentiary term Wednesday. Dr.

Missing persons located

Three people who went missing after they failed to return after dark from an ice-fishing trip on Millerd Lake Thursday have been located. A father, his one-year old son and his 69-year old father-in-law left at 10:30 am Thursday to go ice fishing.

Ounce of prevention

Greater Sudbury Police Services Cst. Bert Lapalme displays 14 rifles, 14 handguns and eight shotguns that have been turned in during the unregistered/unwanted firearms reprieve. Police have also collected 1,081 pieces of ammunition as well.

Police search for missing guns

Ontario Provincial Police officers from the Sudbury Detachment are looking for a pair of missing shotguns discarded along Hwy. 17 between Wawa and Sault Ste. Marie.