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CanadaTennessee man arrested at Canadian border for possession of explosive, firearm: OPP

17:30  04 july  2019
17:30  04 july  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

128 charges laid in connection with string of Halifax-area vehicle thefts

128 charges laid in connection with string of Halifax-area vehicle thefts Halifax Regional Police say on the morning of May 7, investigators conducted searches at six different addresses in the Halifax area. READ MORE: Brampton man arrested for defrauding N.S. woman of $15,000: RCMP According to authorities, the searches were conducted on Kearney Lake Road, Old Sambro Road in Harrietsfield, Gate House Run in Hammonds Plains and along Cole Harbour. As a result, police say 27 stolen vehicles valued at a total of $670,000 were recovered, along with stolen appliances, light fixtures and ATVs.

+ A New Mexico man who is a member of an armed civilian group that has detained migrants near the U.S.-Mexico border and was arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of firearms reportedly faced similar charges 13 years ago in Oregon.

The rock band, currently on a North American tour, were released after telling customs officials that the firearm did not belong to them.

Tennessee man arrested at Canadian border for possession of explosive, firearm: OPP © Nick Westoll / Global News File OPP say the man was trying to cross the border at Lansdowne, Ont., while travelling with a gun and an explosive device.

A man from Tennessee is facing charges in Canada after allegedly attempting to enter Canada over the long weekend.

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According to the OPP, a joint investigation was launched with the Canada Border Services Agency after a traveller attempting to get into Canada at the Lansdowne, Ont., border crossing was found to allegedly have a restricted firearm and an explosive device in his vehicle.

Metro Vancouver teenager who tried to assassinate two people gets 11 years

Metro Vancouver teenager who tried to assassinate two people gets 11 years A Greater Vancouver teen who tried to assassinate two people by shooting them has been sentenced to 11 years in prison. Last July, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Arne Silverman convicted the teen, who cannot be identified due to a publication ban, of two counts of attempted murder and one count of possession of a loaded firearm. In the first shooting incident, the teen had driven in November 2016 to a Burnaby townhouse complex where the victim, who can only be identified by the initials S.S. due to a ban, lived with his girlfriend. The teen, who had barely turned 16 at the time and knew both S.S. and his girlfriend, knocked on the door of the home and asked to speak to S.S.

Sloan was arrested on charges of recklessly possessing explosives , possession of explosives , possession of explosive material, and possession of a firearm as a Kern County Sheriff’s Office had said that the local bomb squad would require several days to clear the home of explosives .

Etheridge, a breast cancer survivor who has been vocal about her use of medical marijuana, was ultimately arrested after a K-9 unit helped allegedly The songstress was charged for possession of a controlled substance, to which she reportedly pleaded not guilty, and smiled for her mug shot.

OPP have charged 47-year-old James Alan Grove, from Tennessee, with possession of a restricted firearm and an explosive substance.

Grove remains in custody as the investigation continues.

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OPP are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact them at 1-888-310-1122. To remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

Tennessee man arrested at Canadian border for possession of explosive, firearm: OPP © Getty The Thousand Islands Bridge near Lansdowne, Ont.

Police make arrest in connection with sex assault incident in elevator.
Toronto have police arrested one of two men suspected of sexually assaulting a woman in the stairwell of a downtown condominium in the Bathurst Street and King Street West area early Wednesday morning. Police say a 19-year-old woman entered the elevator around 12:45 a.m. when two men entered behind her, pulled a gun on her and robbed her of her cellphone. The woman was then "violently dragged" out of the elevator, according to police, and sexually assaulted in a stairwell nearby. Both men then went to the underground parking garage and fled in a vehicle.

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