Kickboxing massage therapist from Queensland charged with historic offenses of sexual assault

Kickboxing massage therapist from Queensland charged with historic offenses of sexual assault

A Sunshine Coast man has been arrested and charged with historic sex crimes against children allegedly committed while working as a masseur 27 years ago. Police allege that in 1995, when the abuse took place, the 82-year-old was working as a masseur at several kickboxing schools on the Sunshine Coast and from his home. He … Read more

Vehicle followed and struck pedestrian following altercation: Toronto Police

Vehicle followed and struck pedestrian following altercation: Toronto Police

Toronto Police are trying to identify a driver who allegedly struck a pedestrian with their vehicle following a verbal altercation in Etobicoke last month. It happened around 6:15 pm on Aug. 26 in the area of ​​Burhamthorpe and Mill roads. According to police, the pedestrian got out of their vehicle at the entrance to 263 … Read more

Toronto police charge man with alleged assault on parking officer – Toronto

Toronto police charge man with alleged assault on parking officer – Toronto

A man has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a Toronto parking attendant near Christie Pits Park, police say. Toronto police said they were called to the Christie and Bloor area around 8:26 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24. Police said a parking attendant was working nearby when an “outraged” man became aggressive. Read more: Man arrested after … Read more

Regina police are looking for 3 suspects after report of robbery, assault – Regina

Regina police are looking for 3 suspects after report of robbery, assault – Regina

Regina Police (RPS) are looking for three men after a robbery that took place on 1000 block of Athol Street. Police were sent to the location at 6:37 PM on Tuesday Read more: Regina Supervisory Board of Police outlines the importance of Corrections Support Unit read more Regina Supervisory Board of Police outlines the importance … Read more

Alleged Windang gunman Simon Fleming to fight terrorism charges in NSW Supreme Court

Alleged Windang gunman Simon Fleming to fight terrorism charges in NSW Supreme Court

A man from Illawarra will face trial in the New South Wales Supreme Court after he pleaded not guilty to committing a terrorist act in 2021. Most important points: Police allege that the 41-year-old fired two shots from a shotgun and arrested two employees of a dive shop in Windang in 2021. Simon Fleming pleaded … Read more

1 person shot dead in Arkansas hospital, 1 in custody

1 person shot dead in Arkansas hospital, 1 in custody

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — One person was fatally shot at a hospital in Little Rock on Wednesday morning, and authorities have taken one person into custody in the shooting, police said. Sherwood Police Chief Jeff Hagar said police found a dead person at CHI St. Vincent North in Sherwood, which had been shut down as … Read more

20 Years Later, Potentially Retrial a Reality for ‘Texas Seven’ Randy Halprin

20 Years Later, Potentially Retrial a Reality for ‘Texas Seven’ Randy Halprin

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Nearly two decades after Randy Halprin, one of the infamous “Texas 7” gangs, was convicted and sentenced to death, his lawyers are seeking a new trial. “Today’s filing by the office of Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney Sharen Wilson sends a clear message: The Constitution guarantees a fair trial in a … Read more

Late on: Ben Harvey discusses the Perth Royal Show and unpacks Mark McGowan’s criminal ban

Late on: Ben Harvey discusses the Perth Royal Show and unpacks Mark McGowan’s criminal ban

On tonight’s show, Ben Harvey discusses the 2022 Perth Royal Show and asks serious questions about Mark McGowan’s plan to keep thugs out of nightlife areas. He is clearly not a fan of the annual event where every Tom, Dick and Harry make the pilgrimage to Claremont. “It’s just so bogan down there,” he says. … Read more

Orange shirt day: most provinces have not made it a statistic

Orange shirt day: most provinces have not made it a statistic

As Canada prepares to celebrate its second annual National Truth and Reconciliation Day on Friday, most provinces have failed to follow the federal government’s decision to make it a legal holiday for its employees. New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut have declared September 30 a legal holiday. The other provinces and … Read more

Man charged with first degree murder after woman was found dead in Vaughan house fire

Man charged with first degree murder after woman was found dead in Vaughan house fire

A 71-year-old man has been charged with first degree murder and life-threatening arson after a woman was found dead following a house fire in Vaughan. Last Friday, at approximately 7:45 PM, York Regional Police were called to assist Vaughan’s fire and rescue services with a fire near Parktree Drive and Lucena Crescent, east of Jane … Read more