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New badges at Sudbury Police

Some new faces were introduced to the Sudbury Police Board this week. bottom Denise Fraser Joining the service are Const. John Coluzzi, Const. Ronald Daoust, Const. Curtis Freeman, Const. Darryl Grisdale and Const.

Jail time for violent offender

By Keith Lacey A repeat violent offender who beat another man senseless with a metal pipe over a $140 drug debt was sentenced to 30 months in a federal penitentiary Wednesday.

Manhunt ends with criminal harassment charges

By Rick Pusiak Police went into the bush early Tuesday afternoon to hunt for a suspect wanted in a domestic incident the day before. After a half hour search officers made an arrest.

Teen gets nine months

A Sudbury teenager will spend the next nine months behind bars accessing treatment for a serious alcohol problem after pleading guilty to stabbing a stranger while severely intoxicated outside a pizza joint just over a month ago.

?Father figure? going to jail for sexually assaulting teen

A 38-year-old Sudbury man who participated in a prolonged sexual relationship with a young teenager was sentenced to 18 months in jail Monday.

Police have busy weekend

Over the long holiday weekend, officers of the traffic management unit with Greater Sudbury Police conducted spot checks within the city as well as conducting selective traffic enforcement.

JoeMac resolution scores all party support

By Rick Pusiak The JoeMac committee resolution calling for the return of convicted cop killers Clinton Suzack and Peter Pennett to maximum-security prisons received all party support Wednesday in the Ontario legislature.

Bookkeeper asks for judge and jury

A Sudbury bookkeeper accused of ripping off a siding installation company she did the books for has decided to have her trial held in front of a judge and jury.

Former consultant files $1.2M lawsuit against hospital

BY KEITH LACEY A former consultant with the Sudbury Regional Hospital has filed a $1.2 million civil lawsuit against the hospital.

Union boss back in court Wednesday

Former union boss Rick Briggs is going to have to wait a little longer to find out whether or not he?s been found guilty of assault for allegedly spitting in the face of a security guard hired by Falconbridge Ltd. during a bitter labour dispute.