jewelery store robbery
The Toronto police Hold-Up Squad is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspects in an Oct 14 jewelery store robbery.
Nov 19, 2014 | Add Comment | North York Mirror

Jewelry store robbers wearing burkas caught on tape in North York

Police have released security camera footage of two men dressed in burkas robbing a Leslie Street...

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News | Nov 20, 2014

Fifth Estate examines controversial technique used by Peel Police

BRAMPTON — In his final appearance on The Fifth Estate, Linden MacIntyre takes on Peel Regional Police and the controversial...

Brampton Guardian
News | Oct 31, 2014

Toronto police charges Martingrove Collegiate special needs assistant with sexual assault; police believe there are more victims

A special needs assistant from Martingrove Collegiate has been arrested and charged in connection with the alleged sexual...

Etobicoke Guardian
Police | Oct 30, 2014
Hwy 400 sign smashed

Hwy 400 snarl in Vaughan strands thousands of motorists

Highway stretch expected to be open by 11 a.m. Thursday

YorkRegion.com | by Jeremy Grimaldi
News | Oct 22, 2014
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Ministry of Labour inspector facing charges of extortion

A Ministry of Labour inspector faces charges following an extortion investigation in Scarborough. On June 25, police...

Scarborough Mirror
News | Oct 16, 2014

Parents of boy found dead in North York charged with first-degree murder

The parents of a four-year-old boy who was found dead inside his Don Mills Road and Leslie Avenue home Monday, Oct. 13 have...

North York Mirror
News | Sep 26, 2014

Student in hospital after slashing at York Mills Collegiate

One student is in hospital and another under arrest following a scissor slashing at York Mills Collegiate Institute Friday,...

North York Mirror
Sep 19, 2014

Suspect named in shooting death of Etobicoke construction executive Don Frigo

Police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for a Scarborough man in connection with the shooting death last Saturday of an...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Tamara Shephard
Sep 03, 2014

Father and son charged by RCMP in cocaine importation investigation

A father and son from Toronto face charges in what police are calling a drug importation conspiracy. The RCMP said the...

North York Mirror | Add Comment
Sep 03, 2014

Toronto cyclist raising money for World Wildlife Fund killed on ‘dream journey’

A 24-year-old Toronto man who was cycling across Canada to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund was killed while riding...

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Sep 02, 2014

Three motorcyclists injured in crash on Hwy. 401 near McCowan Road

Three men were hurt, one critically, after their motorcycles collided on Hwy. 401 in Scarborough Monday night. Police...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 15, 2014

Fiery crash closes eastbound lanes of Hwy. 401 approaching Neilson Rd.

The eastbound express lanes of Hwy. 401 approaching Neilson Road to east of Port Union Road will remain closed Friday...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Aug 14, 2014

Police investigate after small packages of chemical substances discovered in North York park

Police are investigating after several small packages containing a chemical substance were discovered near a North York park...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Andrew Palamarchuk
Aug 01, 2014

Police charge man in connection with incidents from 1977 to 1983

A man faces charges following a multi-jurisdictional sexual assault investigation. Police allege a boy staying at...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Jul 09, 2014

Lawrence Heights shooting victim mourned as teacher, mentor

Fighting back tears, the principal of Lawrence Heights Middle School remembered a supply teacher who was shot to death early...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
Jul 07, 2014

Police arrest 11th suspect in connection with human trafficking ring linked to Galloway Boys street gang

An 11th person has been charged in connection with an alleged human trafficking and prostitution ring. Police had alleged...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment
Jun 27, 2014

11 boating fatalities in Ontario concerns OPP

In most cases, the OPP say that the incidents were preventable because boaters were impaired or not using life jackets.

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