Updated: Thu Jul. 28 2011 18:41:42 ctvedmonton.ca
A 24-year-old man has been charged in connection with a sexual assault of a 10-year-old boy. A delivery driver is being credited with chasing down the suspect accused of sexually assaulting the boy. Darryl Magloire Grandjambe is charged with kidnapping, sexual interference and sexual assault.
By: Mike McIntyre Posted: 07/30/2011 1:00 AM |
Elma Sangalang Quizon, 30, has pleaded guilty to 61 counts of fraud in one of the largest cases of its kind ever uncovered in the city. Her 65 victims, all from Winnipeg’s tightly knit Filipino community, lost more than $250,000 total between January 2007 and March 2010 for travel arrangements that either fell apart or never existed.
Date: Friday Jul. 29, 2011 7:43 PM ET
Sun Sea Tamil deported for alleged war crime
The Canadian Press Posted: Jul 26, 2011 4:31 PM PT Last Updated: Jul 26, 2011 4:47 PM PT
Nearly 500 Tamil migrants arrived in B.C. aboard the MV Sun Sea last year. (DND)
A Tamil refugee claimant who arrived off Canada’s West Coast aboard the MV Sun Sea has been ordered deported over allegations he committed a war crime in his home country of Sri Lanka.
The suspect Benito Driss is being sought by Montreal police.
Updated: Fri Jul. 29 2011 6:38:55 PM
BROSSARD, Qc — Benito Driss, former CFO at the Ville Marie Medical and Women’s Health Centre at Guy and Sherbrooke, is long gone but the clinic he left remains determined to move forward in spite of the distraction. Driss, 33, also known as Nassim Ben Driss, Driss Nassim and Nssim Benyamina, is accused of taking $1.5 million from the establishment, but clinic administrators stress that patients are still getting top-notch treatment at the facility.
Four arrested in alleged air conditioning scam
Patrick Barriere of the Longueuil police said that the repairmen abused the trust of the elderly they served.
Police raided an apartment in Brossard and arrested four people they suspect were involved in an air conditioning scam. (July 29, 2011)
Updated: Fri Jul. 29 2011 6:17:41 PM
LONGUEUIL — Police have arrested four people on the South Shore involved in an alleged door-to-door salesperson scam.
Annie Turcotte, 37, alleged to be the mastermind of the operation, was arrested along with Kim Berube, 30, Ahmed Tahiri, 42, and Richard Pouliot, 47.
Two men face 22 charges in the shooting and stabbing of three other men at the East York Town Centre, police said Friday.
Toronto Police arrived at the Overlea Blvd. centre on July 18 and found one victim with a bullet wound to the leg while two other victims were found stabbed in the abdomen and chest.
Walid Tarzi, 21 and Shoaib Asakzai, 20, both of Toronto are charged with number offences including attempt murder, conspiracy and weapons-related offences.