Toronto Montessori student facing sex charges for alleged assault at school
Toronto police say a student at a city Montessori school is facing charges after an alleged sexual assault involving a fellow student. Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook offered few details about the alleged incident at Alive Montessori and Private School in the city's west end. She says it allegedly took place on school grounds on Nov. 4, but provided no details about the incident or the ages of the parties involved. She says a boy was arrested on Monday and charged with one count each of sexual assault and sexual assault causing bodily harm.He has been released from custody and is due to appear in youth court in January.
High School Sports. Snapchat and an out-of-state viewer led to arrest of teens who had guns at NC school , cops say. Although school was not in session at the time the video was posted, there were school activities taking place, according to sheriff's office public information liaison Allison Nock
An Anchorage teenager was arrested Wednesday after he made school shooting threats in text messages sent to multiple East High students, police said. Charges were forwarded to the Division of Juvenile Justice, which operates within the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services.
Windsor, Ontario police are crediting students and staff at Vincent Massey Secondary School for immediately alerting them about people coming to the school property with guns and looking for a student.
The case occurred on Thursday and resulted in the arrests of two 18-year-old males and the seizure of two firearms.
Police described the incident as a “dangerous situation,” and commended those who quickly reported it.
“Investigators believe the incident was targeted around an altercation that occurred between students earlier in the week,” police said.
Teens from Scotland charged in Edmonton, Calgary school ‘swatting’ incidents
In total, police said nine schools and one bank in Edmonton were called with the threats and five schools in Calgary received similar calls over the course of Feb. 11, 12 and 20. After an investigation, police said the calls were traced back to the United Kingdom. After contacting officers in the UK, EPS officers learned the calls were linked to over 80 similar hoax calls made to the Netherlands, England, Scotland and the USA. Police from Canada, the U.S., the Netherlands and the UK collaborated on the investigation and laid numerous charges against three youths.
A month ago, hundreds of teenagers ran for their lives from the hallways and classrooms of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School , where 17 students and staff had been shot to death. On Wednesday, driven by the conviction that they should never have to run from guns again, they walked.
The arrested teen was accused of making a false report , a serious charge according to Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code. On Friday, Breitbart Texas reported that Plano police officers responded to an apparent threat at Clark High School when a caller reported a weapon on campus.
“Any illegal firearm is a concern in our community. To bring a firearm close to a school environment is unacceptable to our community.”
The call to police came around 12:20 p.m. School officials contacted police after being told by a number of students about a car that had been on the school property at 1800 Liberty St.
According to the students, the vehicle — a white Ford Focus — had two male occupants who said they were looking for a specific student.
The suspects were seen to have firearms.
The vehicle left the area before patrol officers arrived.
Windsor police investigated and spoke with multiple witnesses, learning of a residence in South Windsor associated with the suspects.
Ontario public high school teachers to hold one-day strike on Wednesday, Dec. 4
TORONTO — Ontario's public high school teachers say they will hold a one-day strike next week as their ongoing labour dispute with the province continues to escalate. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation says it will hold a "provincewide full withdrawal of services" on Wednesday, Dec. 4, if a new deal isn't reached before then. Public high school teachers started an administrative work-to-rule campaign on Tuesday that includes not putting comments on report cards, not participating in standardized testing, and not attending certain meetings.
Two teens are charged with uttering threats and extortion after an incident sparked a hold and secure at St. Joseph’s Catholic High School . The threats were enough for school officials to issue the hold and secure and a number of police units were called to the scene.
PARKLAND, Fla. — A heavily armed young man barged into his former high school about an hour northwest of Miami on Wednesday, opening fire on terrified students and teachers and leaving a death toll of 17 that could rise even higher , the authorities said.
Shortly before 1 p.m., police found the white Ford Focus parked at a house in the 1400 block of Helsinki Court.
The residence and the area were contained by police, including members of the tactical team (Emergency Services Unit).
Two males came out of the house, matching the descriptions obtained from students at the school. Both suspects were arrested without further trouble.
One of the suspects — a male from Brampton — was found to be in possession of two firearms and a quantity of Xanax.
Dave Patel, 18, of Brampton, faces 11 charges related to firearms including possession of a loaded firearm, possession of a firearm with an altered serial number, and pointing a firearm.
He has also been charged with possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking.
Former student threatened school violence, arrested with weapon, RCMP say
A former student found with a gun has been arrested in connection with threatening violence against Shevchenko School in the small community of Vita, Man., on Friday evening, 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.
A former McAdory High School student was arrested Friday morning after he entered the school On Friday, sheriff’s officials said, the teen rode the bus to school and that’s where he was noticed by "Because the threat was properly reported to our school administration, we went on lockdown
A high school student was shot in the parking lot of Oxon Hill High . The victim was treated and later released. Police arrested two teens and said they are acquaintances of the victim. The student faces two charges of murder and 12 counts of first degree assault.
Also arrested was Simranjot Gill, 18, of Windsor, who is charged with two counts of occupying a motor vehicle with a firearm.
No one was hurt in this incident.
Windsor police commended the students who cooperated and said school staff did “a tremendous job” in their response.
“The great communication between involved parties assisted in the prompt locating and arrest of the involved offenders,” police stated.
“We believe that the quick reporting by the students and staff greatly assisted in the successful removal of two firearms from our streets, and the two charged individuals must now answer to their actions in a court of law.”
Sharon Pyke, superintendent of education in charge of student well-being for the Greater Essex County District School Board, said lockdown measures weren’t deemed necessary for the incident due to the speed with which it was handled.
“It was only minutes — from the time we got information, to the time we called police, to when police responded,” Pyke said.
Family of slain Gatineau filmmaker devastated by not guilty verdict
The family of a Gatineau, Que., filmmaker killed in Belize say they're devastated to learn the two men accused in his homicide have been found not guilty. Matthiew Klinck was found stabbed to death in January 2016 outside a home where he'd been staying in the village of Selena, in the western part of the Central American country. At the time, police told CBC News Klinck's home "appeared ransacked." Justice Antoinette Moore found the two suspects not guilty on Nov. 27, citing lack of evidence.'No justice'"There's no justice there," Klinck's mother, Louise Dallaire, told Radio-Canada in French.
The student was arrested Monday at the school after the Douglas County Sheriff's office received a tip that she had a weapon in her vehicle. She is facing charges of possessing a firearm on school grounds, juvenile in possession of a hand gun and possession of drug paraphernalia.
According to police, the teens were overheard discussing bringing guns to school and how they were too smart to get caught. Deputies investigated and said they learned one of the teens had access to numerous firearms and had made posts on social media that were a cause for concern.
“When we think about the timing of everything, (lockdown) wasn’t needed. Two school administrators immediately went out to see if the white car was there. Determining it was not, they came back into the school and had a quick discussion. By then, police had arrived.”
Like Windsor police, Pyke praised the students and staff of Vincent Massey Secondary School for their decisive action. “It was truly amazing. We have a protocol, and it was done to the T … There wasn’t a need, at that point, for any kind of further disruption to the school.”
However, Pyke agreed that “this was a concerning situation, no doubt about it,” and illegal firearms are an issue for all of Windsor — not just school communities.
“Our schools are safe,” Pyke emphasized. “We have a lot of protocols and a lot of training. We work super well with our law enforcement and other organizations. What was good (in this incident) is that our students saw it and reported it directly. That was a huge positive.”
Regarding the substance one of the suspects was found to be carrying, Pyke said she has no information about Xanax being abused by students — indeed, she wasn’t aware until now that it can be used as an illicit recreational drug.
“To be honest … that took me aback,” Pyke said. “It’s not something typical I’d hear.”
Anyone with information about gun crime in Windsor is encouraged to call investigators at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830.
Anonymous tips can be made via Crime Stoppers at 519-258-8477 or.
Teens arrested, charged with robbery after home invasion in Fisher River Cree Nation .
Three teens have been arrested after a home invasion in Fisher River Cree Nation last Saturday. RCMP say they believe the teens entered the home of a 75-year-old man at about 5:30 a.m., and threatened him with a weapon. The man wasn't injured, but the teens stole cannabis, a machete and pellet gun from the man, police say. © Provided by cbc.ca RCMP officers seized these items from three teens who were arrested in connection with a home invasion in Fisher Ri The teens were arrested later in the day.