Crime

  • WATCH: Uncle of fatal hit-and-run victim speaks about family...
    Quentin McGie, Chloe Wiwchar’s uncle, speaks about his family’s loss at the intersection where his niece was hit by a vehicle around 11 p.m. Sunday, April 15, at the crosswalk at Tower Road and Kingsway near her home in Edmonton. A woman places flowers for Chloe Wiwchar who was hit… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime8 hours ago
  • WATCH: St. Albert man sentenced to seven years for Ponzi sch...
    A St. Albert man was sentenced to seven years in prison for a Ponzi scheme that bilked $6 million from investors. Wade Closson earlier pleaded guilty to 53 counts of fraud over $5,000, related to an $11-million mortgage investment scheme in which he lost millions for over 50 investors — including… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime8 hours ago
  • ‘Predatory’ St. Albert fraudster going to prison...
    A judge found a St. Albert man was motivated by “greed” when he sentenced him to seven years in prison Wednesday for a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors of about $6 million.  Wade Closson, 47, earlier pleaded guilty to 53 counts of fraud over $5,000, related to an $11-million mortgage… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime8 hours ago
  • Prayers for Southgate mall beating victim as police seek sus...
    As police continue to search for a male suspect in a violent robbery, friends and strangers alike were praying for the man hospitalized after the Southgate Centre attack. Police said there were no updates about the 61-year-old’s condition as of Wednesday afternoon. The man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime9 hours ago
  • Lawyer for Kinder Morgan protesters criticizes court process
    A lawyer for more than a dozen protesters arrested at Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline project has criticized the court process that has been set up to deal with the case. On Wednesday, Chilwin Cheng told B.C. Supreme Court Justice Kenneth that he appreciated the need for case management of… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime9 hours ago
  • ‘Sheeplike’ drug trafficker who helped beat man ...
    A Grande Prairie drug trafficker who helped beat a man to death with a pipe was sentenced to 7-1/2 years in prison for manslaughter Wednesday. Tommy Paul, 33, pleaded guilty in Edmonton earlier this month to the 2015 killing of Adrian Snider. Paul was one of four people charged in… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime10 hours ago
  • Edmonton firefighters find body at house fire
    Edmonton police were investigating after firefighters found a body Wednesday at a townhouse fire. Seven fire crews and other officials were sent to a blaze in one unit at the Rundle Heights complex near 113 Avenue and 29 Street around 8:40 a.m. and had it under control within about 20… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime11 hours ago
  • Alberta Children’s Services worker charged after R...
    A Fort McMurray man employed with Alberta Children’s Services is facing child pornography charges after “thousands” of images were discovered on work computers, says the province’s joint police team.  A 60-year-old man employed with the department was charged after an April 11 arrest in Leduc by the Internet Child Exploitation… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime16 hours ago
  • Speed demons: RCMP nab speeders clocked at 190km/h on Anthon...
    Hey Vin Diesel, this isn’t the Fast and The Furious. Over the past few weeks, Strathcona County RCMP members have been receiving several complaints regarding excessive speeding on Anthony Henday Drive (Highway 216). So much so that this past weekend officers dedicated six hours of enforcement on the highway where… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime18 hours ago
  • As Alberta’s private security industry surges, what ha...
    Last September, Bert Skeete decided to visit West Edmonton Mall.  The Mississauga, Ont., resident was vacationing in Edmonton and planned to explore the famous shopping centre on one of his afternoons in the city. But instead of leaving with shopping bags, the 79-year-old was lifted up and carried from the… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 day ago
  • Triple first-degree murder trial for rural Edson killings ge...
    Prosecutors are alleging that a man was “hiding in the darkness” outside an Edson-area home before he carried out a plan to kill and rob the family inside in November 2015.  Mickell Clayton Bailey is on trial for three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his aunt by… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 day ago
  • Police working on long-term fix for youth “crimes of b...
    With summer approaching and days growing longer, Vancouver police say they have all hands on deck to find a solution to a recent spate of violence and harassment along Commercial Drive involving youth committing “crimes of boredom.” Since April 7, shop talk along the Drive has focused on a message… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 day ago
  • Hells Angel facing B.C. civil forfeiture suit dies of suspec...
    A member of the West Point Hells Angels died of a suspected overdose last week while in the middle of a court case with the B.C. Civil Forfeiture office. Lukasz Cimoszko, 36, was found dead near Barriere, RCMP Sgt. Janelle Shoihet confirmed Monday. She said there was nothing suspicious about… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 day ago
  • Body discovered in northeast Edmonton identified as missing ...
    Homicide detectives have identified a body discovered in the city’s northeast Monday as that of a man missing since last November, police said Tuesday. Chad Stevenson, 41, was reported missing by family members on Nov. 7, 2017, after he was last seen in the Cy Becker neighbourhood. Stevenson’s 2006 Pontiac… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 day ago
  • Calls mount for naming suspects in police shootings
    Another Alberta law enforcement organization has added its voice to criticism of the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team’s decision to withhold names of two attackers in recent police shootings. Howard Burns, executive director of the Alberta Federation of Police Associations, said it’s time for ASIRT to abolish its policy of not releasing… ... more
    CH -Crime1 day ago
  • Edmonton doctor convicted of sexual assaults allowed to prac...
    An Edmonton family doctor who sexually assaulted a female patient and a nurse has been allowed to return to work under certain restrictions. Dr. Ismail Taher, 40, can practise medicine again as long as he has a chaperone when seeing female patients, participates in a monitoring program and works with… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 day ago
  • Lawyer released on $50,000 bail after fatal Edmonton hit-and...
    An Edmonton lawyer charged in a crash that killed a 16-year-old pedestrian paid $50,000 to be released on bail Tuesday. Shane Stevenson, 47, is charged with impaired driving causing death, driving with a blood-alcohol level over 80 mg causing death, and hit-and-run causing death in relation to the death of Chloe Wiwchar.… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 day ago
  • Court hears closing arguments in West Edmonton Mall waterpar...
    Bikers crowded an Edmonton courtroom Tuesday in support of the six teenage complainants of an alleged sexual assault in West Edmonton Mall’s water park.  Lawyers made closing arguments in the provincial court trial for Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, who is charged with six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual contact with… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 days ago
  • Use of force by Edmonton transit peace officers on upswing, ...
    Weeks after video emerged of transit peace officers taking a teenager to the ground during an arrest at an Edmonton LRT station, statistics obtained by Postmedia show such use-of-force cases are on the rise. Transit peace officers reported 523 use-of-force incidents in 2017 — nearly double 2015’s total and up… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 days ago
  • Paula Simons: Escalation in use of force by Edmonton transit...
    Being a transit cop is a tough job. Transit peace officers, to give them their proper name, patrol LRT cars and stations. They provide security at other Edmonton Transit Service properties, including transit centres. But they don’t have the same kind of training as full-fledged police officers. At a minimum,… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 days ago
  • Amazonians take Chevron to Ontario court
    Indigenous people pursuing Chevron trying to get it to pay up after a court in Ecuador ruled against the company. Chevron said court decision was corrupted. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation2 days ago
  • B.C. Crown takes over prosecution of Kinder Morgan protester...
    B.C.’s Attorney-General’s ministry has agreed to take over conduct of the prosecution of dozens of protesters who have been arrested at Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project work site in Burnaby. Trevor Shaw, a lawyer for the B.C. Prosecution Service, on Monday told B.C. Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Affleck that… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime2 days ago
  • B.C. mom who set fire to her kids, killing one, in 1997 gran...
    KAMLOOPS, B.C. — A B.C. woman who more than 20 years ago set fire to her two young children — killing her five-year-old daughter and leaving her three-year-old son disfigured and seriously injured — has been granted day parole despite continually maintaining her innocence while behind bars. Donna Hysop, 50,… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime2 days ago
  • Maple Leafs release last-minute seats on the cheap
    As the Leafs dropped the first two games of the series, those additional tickets became far less desirable and prices have dropped alongside the team’s fortunes on the ice. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation2 days ago
  • Edmonton police officer convicted in steroid bust handed fin...
    An Edmonton police detective was fined $7,000 and sentenced to one year of probation Monday for two convictions related to trafficking anabolic steroids to other officers. Det. Greg Lewis was earlier found guilty of two counts of trafficking in a controlled substance after Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Scott Brooker… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime3 days ago
  • Alcohol a possible factor in fatal pedestrian collision: pol...
    Edmonton police are investigating after a woman was killed at a marked crosswalk Sunday night. Police say an off duty officer witnessed a young woman get struck by a pick-up truck while crossing the road at 113 Street and Kingsway Avenue at around 11 p.m.. According to a news release… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime3 days ago
  • MLSE imposes 30 per cent scalper surcharge on Leafs and Rapt...
    A Toronto Star/CBC investigation found MLSE issued invoices to those it considers “commercial� resellers, demanding between 32 and 37 per cent in markups for next season — ranging from $2,000 to $8,000 for a pair of regular-season seats. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation3 days ago
  • Edmonton remand centre: Five years in critics question value...
    Wielding a giant pair of scissors to cut a shiny blue ribbon, a trio of Alberta cabinet ministers officially opened Canada’s largest jail five years ago.  Located on the city’s northwest edge, the new Edmonton Remand Centre was state of the art in March 2013 — a 60,000-square-metre, 1,952-capacity detention facility designed to… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime4 days ago
  • Daphne Bramham: B.C.’s addictions treatment laws need ...
    The holes in British Columbia’s addictions treatment regulation and enforcement regime are on full display in a neighbourhood drama playing out in Osoyoos. Michelle Jansen and her son Nicholas plan to open a treatment centre there in a residential neighbourhood — one of four planned for the Okanagan. Each is… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime5 days ago
  • Pickup driver backs into police car near VPD headquarters in...
    Vancouver police are trying to figure out why a man in a pickup truck suddenly reversed it and rammed into a cop car near VPD headquarters on Friday night. Spokesman Const. Jason Doucette said the truck slowly pulled up in front of the Vancouver Police Department building on West 5th… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime5 days ago
  • Judge acquits one woman, convicts another in ‘shopping...
    After years of sitting through horrific courtroom details about the way Andrea Marie Berg died, her family said Friday they want people to know she was a kind, happy person who was loved.  “I do need people to know that Andrea could walk in a room and brighten it up… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime5 days ago
  • Swift investigations promised, after family reveals gruesome...
    Ontario’s Seniors Ministry wants a full investigation into the retirement home where Roy Gillett’s body rotted. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation5 days ago
  • Douglas Todd: Everybody’s tested when racism intersect...
    One wonders how much mental illness is behind recent high-profile race-based incidents in Metro Vancouver and beyond. Facebook went viral this year when a Burnaby woman, Anika Vassell, posted a smartphone video of an elderly white woman with a German accent telling her: “I see that you are black and… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime6 days ago
  • Latest homicide victim had history with police
    Edmonton’s latest homicide victim — fatally shot outside a northside community hall party — has a history with authorities that includes being unlawfully at large and obstructing a peace officer, court documents show.  Abdiqani Hussen, 23, was shot outside Evansdale Community League Hall, 9111 150 Ave., around 3:30 a.m. Sunday, April… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime6 days ago
  • St. Albert taxi driver charged with attempting to lure teens...
    St. Albert RCMP are asking the public for information after charging a cab driver with attempting to lure minors for sex. On Friday, police announced they had charged 68-year-old Imam Buksh of St. Albert with transmitting child pornography, luring a child for a sexual purpose, making an arrangement to commit… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime6 days ago
  • Parry Sound chief of surgery resigns after nurses’ ha...
    Dr. Bill Smyth, a surgeon at the West Parry Sound Health Centre, has also been told to apologize to nurses following a Star investigation into several allegations of harassing behaviour in the operating room. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation6 days ago
  • Two charged with homicide on Samson Cree Nation
    Two people have been charged with second degree murder after a man was killed inside a home on the Samson Cree Nation Wednesday. A seriously injured Jonathan Wallace Nepoose, 34, was found inside the residence at 2:15 a.m. by Mounties. He was pronounced dead by paramedics at 2:50 a.m.. Five… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime6 days ago
  • Judge can rely on convicted killer’s testimony, ‘...
    Two women played different but contributing roles in the death of a woman who was strangled, dropped from a third-storey window and placed in a shopping cart that was abandoned in an alley, prosecutors argued at the close of a murder trial Thursday. Sophie Frenchman, 51, and Carrie Jones, 37,… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime6 days ago
  • Attempted abduction of elementary student prompts search for...
    City police released surveillance footage Thursday after an attempted abduction of an elementary student during recess. A group of four Grade 6 girls at Florence Hallock School, 16437 87 St., were walking on school grounds around noon Tuesday when a man in a parked truck waved at them, the Edmonton Police… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime6 days ago
  • String of charges laid after deadly impaired driving crash l...
    A woman who was in critical condition after a single-vehicle rollover near Wetaskiwin last year now faces several charges, including impaired driving causing death. Wetaskiwin RCMP were called to the accident near Range Road 235 and told several occupants had ejected from the vehicle at 9:57 p.m. on June 8, 2017,… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime6 days ago
  • Why was Grandad’s body in his retirement home bed for...
    Roy Gillett’s body was so decomposed he had to be cremated because a casket couldn’t contain the smell, his heartbroken family says. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation6 days ago
  • Eight dead coyotes found in ditch east of Edmonton
    A rural resident east of Edmonton is sounding the alarm after making a gruesome find in a roadside ditch.  Dwight Richardson, a resident of Strathcona County, said he was shaken after finding eight dead coyotes dumped along a rural road near his home.  Early Wednesday morning, a friend pulled onto… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime7 days ago
  • Defence disputes two causes of death in ‘shopping cart...
    A woman whose body was stuffed into a shopping cart and abandoned in an alley had two causes of death, according to a medical examiner who completed an autopsy report in the case.  But defence lawyers for two women on trial for second-degree murder in the death of Andrea Marie… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Police identify victim in Edmonton community hall shooting
    Police have released the name of a man who died after being shot outside a late-night party at a north Edmonton community league hall Sunday.  The slaying of 23-year-old Abdiqani Hussen was ruled a homicide Wednesday after an autopsy by Edmonton’s chief medical examiner. The shooting happened outside the Evansdale Community… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Bystander shot during north Edmonton crime spree still in ho...
    A bystander shot during what police called a crime spree across north Edmonton last month remains in hospital with serious injuries, police officials said Wednesday.  Police also announced additional charges against a man accused in the violence.  The spree took place on March 27, beginning around 4:15 p.m. when police… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Driver took Jeep to car wash day after killing Kamloops teen...
    KAMLOOPS, B.C. — The day after Jason Gourlay veered off the road and into a teenager sitting on a sidewalk waiting for a bus, killing her instantly, he took his Jeep to a car wash and sprayed it down. He knew police might be looking for him. He noticed lights… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 week ago
  • Woman dead after rollover near Wainwright
    A 29-year-old woman is dead after the truck she was driving rolled Tuesday on Highway 14 west of Wainwright. The woman was the only occupant of the westbound truck when it hit the ditch around 11:30 p.m., RCMP said in a news release Wednesday. She was pronounced dead on scene.… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Police seek armed suspect allegedly involved in shooting at ...
    City police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 32-year-old man who allegedly shot another person at a clothing store on Stony Plain Road last month.  The shooting happened March 24 at Lucky Aces clothing store near 156 Street, an Edmonton police staff sergeant said at the time.… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Strathcona County homicide victim named; Mounties look for s...
    The death of a man found in a rural area of Strathcona County has been ruled a homicide and Mounties have released a photo similar to the suspect vehicle in hopes of catching the killer. Following an autopsy, the RCMP confirmed the death of Harpreet (Harry) Kang, 24, of Edmonton… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Police in Washington state reveal new details in 1987 murder...
    EVERETT, Washington â€” For more than 30 years, the families of Tanya Van Cuylenborg and Jay Cook have waited for answers in their unsolved murders. The young Victoria-area couple was visiting Washington state in November 1987 when they were found slain in two separate locations. On Wednesday, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s office released new… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 week ago
  • Epcor customers threatened with power cut in new Bitcoin sca...
    A new scam by fraudsters is targeting Epcor customers who are being threatened with having their power cut if they don’t pay the utility in Bitcoin. Company spokesman Tim le Riche said seven customers contacted the utility Tuesday reporting they had either received an email or phone call demanding money… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Everyone knows how tough it is to get Leafs tickets. Now we ...
    Star/CBC investigation finds 99.5 per cent of Game 3 tickets went to season ticket holders, players’ families, staff and fan club members. ... more
    TheStar -Investigation1 week ago
  • Edmonton judge strikes down mandatory registration for repea...
    An Edmonton judge has struck down a section of the Criminal Code that orders mandatory lifetime registration on a national sex-offenders list for anyone convicted of more than one sexual offence. In a decision filed Monday with the Court of Queen’s Bench, Justice Andrea Moen found the law casts “too… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Surrey fentanyl trafficker caught with 1,000 pills sentenced...
    A young Surrey man has been sentenced to two years in jail after being caught with a stash of fentanyl-laced pills that a judge said amounted to “over 1,000 potential death sentences.” B.C. Supreme Court Justice Nigel Kent said that Jasondeep Johal was more than a street-level dealer given the… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 week ago
  • Second-degree murder charge laid in January stabbing death
    A 34-year-old man is charged with second-degree murder after the January stabbing death of a 28-year-old man, police said Tuesday.  Jarvis Katz was taken to hospital after police were called to a home near 118 Avenue and 80 Street on Jan. 17 around 8:30 p.m.  He died a day later… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Lance Blanchard appeals sex assault conviction, dangerous of...
    A man serving an indeterminate sentence as a dangerous offender is appealing both his sentence and the convictions in the high profile Edmonton sexual assault case. Lance David Blanchard, 60, filed his application with the Court of Appeal of Alberta on Tuesday. Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Eric Macklin ruled in March… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Major crimes investigating suspicious death on Edmonton̵...
    The RCMP major crimes unit is investigating the suspicious death of a 24-year-old man whose body was found on a rural road on the outskirts of Edmonton Monday night.  Mounties and city police were dispatched to the scene at Township Road 515 and Range Road 234 about 9:20 p.m.  The investigation… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Police set up command post in southeast Edmonton
    Police were responding to an incident Monday night in a rural area of southeast Edmonton. Edmonton police and RCMP officers had set up a command post near Ellerslie Road SW and Meridian Street, just outside the city limits. Edmonton police Insp. Erik Johnson said the incident was being investigated by RCMP. … ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Shooting took place outside community hall party in wee hour...
    A shooting that claimed the life of a man in north Edmonton happened outside a rowdy community hall party, says a neighbour who lives nearby.  Homicide detectives were called after northeast division officers responded to a weapons complaint near 145 Avenue and 91 Street at around 3:35 a.m. Sunday.  Police… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • B.C. encryption company CEO denied bail on U.S. racketeering...
    The founder of a Vancouver encryption company alleged to have supplied untraceable BlackBerry devices to criminals around the world has been denied bail in southern California. Vincent Ramos had argued at a detention hearing in San Diego last week that he was not a flight risk despite facing racketeering and… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 week ago
  • Impaired driving charges laid in 2016 fatal crash in Surrey
    A 28-year-old Surrey man has been charged with multiple counts of impaired driving in connection with a 2016 collision that killed two people and injured three others. The incident occurred at 12:30 a.m. on May 22, 2016. A Toyota 4-Runner westbound on 88th Avenue in Surrey was attempting to turn left onto… ... more
    Vancouversun -Crime1 week ago
  • Suspicious death in Brampton over the weekend ruled a homici...
    A 46-year-old man was found dead in a home early Sunday afternoon. ... more
    TheStar -Crime1 week ago
  • Four in custody, truck found in connection with suspicious d...
    The truck belonging to a man found dead in Stettler was located and four people were taken into custody at 8 p.m. on Saturday. RCMP found the 2008 Ford F-150 on Highway 13 near Wetaskiwin. The truck belonged to a man who was found dead in a Stettler home on Friday,… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime1 week ago
  • Homicide detectives investigate early shooting in northeast ...
    A man is dead after an early morning shooting in northeast Edmonton, according to city police. Officers were called about reports of shots fired in the Evansdale neighbourhood at about 4 a.m., northeast division Staff Sgt. Paul Czerwonka said Sunday. “All the parties were actually gone by the time we got there,… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
  • RCMP investigating man’s death as suspicious in Settle...
    The death of a man found in a residence in Stettler on Friday is suspicious, RCMP said on Saturday. Stettler RCMP and the RCMP Major Crimes unit are investigating the death of the man who has yet to be positively identified. The victim’s truck is missing and RCMP are asking for… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
  • Families wait to hear from Edmonton-area loved ones who play...
    Families and friends of Edmonton-area players on the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team awaited news from their loved ones Friday night after a horrifying bus crash in Saskatchewan. Seven of the team’s players are from northern Alberta or the Edmonton area: left-winger Conner Lukan from Slave Lake, centre Jaxon Joseph… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
  • Former co-owner of Needle Vinyl Tavern charged with sexual a...
    The former co-owner of a now defunct Jasper Avenue bar and music venue has been charged with sexually assaulting an employee.  Thirty-seven-year-old James Leder, who co-owned Needle Vinyl Tavern, faces a single count of sexual assault. He is scheduled to make his first appearance in Edmonton provincial court April 24.  According… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
  • Sheriffs limit number of tenants at rooming house, scene of ...
    Alberta sheriffs have placed new restrictions on a notorious Alberta Avenue rooming house that was the scene of two homicides last year — the first action against such a property in the city.    Two people — Blayne Burnstick and Nexhmi Nuhi — were found dead at 11119… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
  • Killer complains about ‘cheap shots’ before bein...
    Aileen (Gina) Robinson’s friends and family went to a downtown pub Thursday to toast the deceased woman on what would have been her 58th birthday. Then they returned to an Edmonton courtroom to see her estranged husband, Gilbert Paul Robinson, sentenced to life in prison with no chance to apply… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
  • EDGE Unit seizes $20,000 worth of fentanyl being passed off ...
    Close to 134 grams of fentanyl worth approximately $20,000 on the street has been seized and a 44-year-old Edmonton man has been charged. The Edmonton Drug and Gang Enforcement Unit charged the man on Wednesday, after an investigation found he was passing off fentanyl as heroin to his clients, a news… ... more
    EdmontonJournal -Crime2 weeks ago
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