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Canada Former student threatened school violence, arrested with weapon, RCMP say

00:55  01 december  2019
00:55  01 december  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

Labrador vice-principal charged after alleged assault on a student

  Labrador vice-principal charged after alleged assault on a student Labrador vice-principal charged after alleged assault on a studentSimon Leslie, 34, was charged with assault on Nov. 19, police say.

Several current and former Perspectives students have been killed in recent years, the school president said . “You see different types of violence going on,” said Armaria Broyles, a junior who helped lead the walkout and whose older brother was killed in a shooting.

Former Walter Johnson student Luis Amilcar Cabrera was arrested late Thursday on one count of threatening mass violence against our school . Almost a full week prior to his Oct. 18 arrest , several students had reported their concern about Cabrera to administration following a series of Snapchat

A 19-year-old was arrested after threats were posted online against a school in the community of Vita, Man., on Friday, RCMP say.

Shevchenko School was in the middle of basketball game Friday evening when it was locked down by police around 8 p.m. Emerson RCMP responded to call that a former student had posted threats of violence on social media toward the school, police said in a press release on Saturday.

Officers say they found the suspect and a weapon at approximately 10 p.m. that night with the help of a police dog.

A 19-year-old male from the Rural Municipality of Stuartburn was arrested and is facing weapon and firearms related charges, and uttering threats.

6-year-old boy hit by semi while trying to board school bus in Manitoba

  6-year-old boy hit by semi while trying to board school bus in Manitoba A six-year-old boy from Sandy Bay First Nation was hit by a semi-trailer truck Thursday morning while trying to board his school bus, RCMP say. Amaranth RCMP officers who went to investigate were told the school bus was stopped in the southbound lane on Highway 50, near the turnoff to the First Nation, which is about 130 kilometres northwest of Winnipeg.Its lights were on and the safety arm activated when a six-year-old boy left an SUV and crossed the highway to board the school bus, RCMP Sgt. Paul Manaigre said in an email.

Four students in Volusia County, Florida were arrested on Thursday after sending violent threats to their schools . A total of 15 people have been arrested since the deadly A female student at Deltona High School made a gun gesture with her hands and said : “Bang Bang” to two school employees.

Police say the student went to a new therapist for the first time on Thursday and "unloaded" on her. The therapist later called police to say he had threatened to "shoot up his school ," a police affidavit filed in 4th District Court states. During the course of the 45-minute conversation with the therapist

About 479 people live in the small community of Vita, located 94 kilometres southeast of Winnipeg. The kindergarten to Grade 12 school has about 350 students enrolled, according to the school's website.

The man remains in custody.

RCMP are continuing to investigate.

a close up of a car: RCMP in Manitoba say a former student of Shevchenko School has been arrested in connection with posting threats of violence toward the school on social media. © Provided by cbc.ca RCMP in Manitoba say a former student of Shevchenko School has been arrested in connection with posting threats of violence toward the school on social media.

Person arrested and questioned in case of premature births at N.B. hospital .
MONCTON, N.B. — RCMP in New Brunswick say one person has been arrested in connection with allegations that patients at the Moncton Hospital were improperly given a labour-inducing drug earlier this year. Codiac RCMP Sgt. Mathieu Roy says the person was arrested on Monday, questioned, and released with a promise to appear in court next May. He says no charge has been laid, and no details about the suspect's identity will be released at this time.  In April, a proposed class action lawsuit was launched against the Horizon Health Network and an obstetrics nurse by women who believe the nurse improperly gave them the labour-inducing drug oxytocin.

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