New charges laid against Hamilton 14-year-old accused of fatally stabbing Devan Selvey
The 14-year-old charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing Devan Selvey to death in Hamilton is facing new charges, including threats to cause bodily harm or death, in connection with two other incidents.The 14-year-old charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing Devan Selvey to death is facing new charges, including assault and uttering threats in connection with two other incidents, Hamilton police say.
Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, arrested four people on drug charges and seized more than $ 10 ,000 worth of drugs and ,600 in cash this week. He was charged with eight counts of possession with intent to distribute, one count of felon in possession of firearm and a violation of bail
Along with firearms , Waterloo Regional Police seized over ,000 worth of drugs , including suspected Police seized drugs and several replica firearms , and a submachine gun in the raid . READ MORE: Guelph woman facing drug charges after police seize nearly $ 10 K in illicit drugs .
Two people have been arrested after Kingston police executed search warrants at a local hotel, where officers allegedly found a large quantity of drugs and firearms.
The investigation began on Jan. 3, when police say they saw a stolen vehicle leaving the parking lot of an unidentified north-end hotel.
Police later found the stolen vehicle in a north-end apartment building's parking lot. Investigators then went to the hotel, where they viewed security footage that allegedly showed a man driving the stolen vehicle to the hotel, and unloading items from the vehicle into the hotel with the help of a woman.
Mounties worried about anti-immigrant backlash after terrorism arrests: documents
The RCMP were concerned about anti-immigrant sentiments in the wake of the thwarted Kingston terrorist plot, new internal documents show.Last January, the national police force charged a minor following a series of raids at two homes in Kingston after getting a tip from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation — an operation dubbed "Project Salento.
Police seized more than 0,000 in drugs in total, which included 2,968 fentanyl pills that have a street Edmonton Police Service Staff Sgt. Guy Pilon showcases drugs seized following lengthy Edmonton man arrested after police seize 0 K worth of drugs , loaded handgun, Mercedes.
BURLINGTON CITY -- State police and local authorities capped a drug investigation last week and arrested a 35-year-old city man on multiple drug and firearm violation, the New Jersey State Police announced. During the Jan. 13 search of Hubert Moore's home, investigators found the following
Police believe the man and the woman were staying together at the hotel.
Around 11 a.m. on Jan. 3, Kingston police obtained a warrant to enter a hotel room, and while the woman left the hotel to go to a nearby store, police entered the room and arrested the man.
Kingston police say they found a restricted firearm, a replica firearm and two boxes of ammunition in the hotel room. The woman was then arrested shortly thereafter as she was exiting the nearby store.
Another search warrant was granted and Kingston police searched the hotel room, allegedly finding a quantity of cocaine, methamphetamine and various other controlled substances and packaging materials with a street value of approximately $10,000, as well as cash.
A 50-year-old man and a 39-year-old woman were jointly was charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000, possession of a restricted firearm without holding a licence and registration certificate, possession of an unloaded regulated firearm, possession of stolen property under $5,000, three counts possessing a Schedule I substance for trafficking and possession of a Schedule III substance for trafficking.
The man was additionally charged with two counts of breach of undertaking.
Metro Vancouver properties worth a combined $7.5 million sought in civil forfeiture .
The province is trying to seize more than $7.5 million in Metro Vancouver houses it alleges were used to launder drug trafficking money. In a statement of claim filed in a B.C. Supreme Court, the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office alleges six homes in Burnaby, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam and Mission were bought or maintained with money from trafficking fentanyl, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine. It also alleges Can Auto, an auto and appliance repair business registered at one of the properties, was used as a front to conceal operations of the drug ring.