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Motorist dies

On Jan. 26, 2005, at about 4:30 pm, a motor vehicle collision occurred on Lasalle Blvd., 800 meters west of Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury.

One year in jail

A veteran judge did not want to send a first-time criminal to jail Thursday, but had no choice as the criminal code calls for a minimum one-year sentence for any adult convicted of possessing or transporting stolen guns.

Weapons complaint

Greater Sudbury Police Service responded to a call about a male flashing a handgun on Cedar Street last Thursday around 12:30 am. Uniform officers attended and within moments apprehended a subject in possession of a BB gun.

Police warn sledders to stay off area lakes

Even though the City of Greater Sudbury was being hit with another blast from mother nature Monday morning, Greater Sudbury Police are warning everyone dangerous conditions remain on area lakes following a recent surge of mild weather.

Victim accepts attacker?s apology

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca In a rare display of forgiveness, the victim of a vicious beating last fall accepted an apology from the man who attacked him, and shook his hand.

Police arrest ?person of interest? in murder investigation

Greater Sudbury Police have arrested a man they say is a ?person of interest? in the investigation into the murder of 41-year-old Sean McNamara. BATEMAN Police have arrested David Allen Bateman, 37, in connection with the case.

Police searching for knife-wielding robbers

The Greater Sudbury Police Service (GSPS) is investigating two incidents of robbery over the last couple of days. On Feb.

Inco, Callaghan on trial over worker?s death

An Inco supervisor testified Thursday that if employees at the Copper Cliff nickel refinery used ?four simple steps,? they would eliminate all potential hazards relating to potentially lethal nickel carbonyl. Inco Ltd.

Penitentiary term for man caught with $40,000 worth of cocaine

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A Greater Sudbury man who made a big splash into the world of crime by being caught with more than $40,000 worth of cocaine was given a two-year penitentiary term last week.

Montpellier?s troubles still not over

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) will hold a hearing in February to try and strip Pierre Montpellier of any ability to work in the securities industry in this province.