Canada Police make four arrests after missing Montreal teen in Amber Alert found safe
'Craziest game I've been a part of', Toye says of CFM win for the ages
Where does one begin on a night like this when trying to put a soccer match into perspective that had a little bit of everything? There was the ridiculous amount of goals, including five by CF Montréal, porous defensive play by the home side and two-goal deficits it was able to overcome. Twice. On top of everything else, this electrifying and heart-stopping 5-4 victory against FC Cincinnati was produced at Saputo Stadium — the first time CFM has played on its actual home pitch since last Sept. 9 because of COVID-19 and the subsequent border restrictions that were presented. The team had played 28 consecutive matches away from the city, both Harrison, N.J.
Montreal police say a 16-year-old girl who was the subject of an early morning Amber Alert has been found safe.
Police say they arrested four men in connection with the case, including the suspect initially identified in the Amber Alert.
They say the investigation is ongoing and several witnesses are being interviewed to better understand what happened to the teenager.
A police spokeswoman says the girl was located unharmed around 7 a.m. in Montreal, less than an hour after the alert was triggered.
Video: M. Night Shyamalan Details Scary Conditions While Shooting 'Old' (ET Canada)
CF Montréal laments what could have been in loss to powerful Revolution
Glass half-full or half-empty? On this night, it would have been easy for CF Montréal to consider both parts of the equation. Facing its most challenging test of the Major League Soccer season, the visitors showed they could play with the New England Revolution, one of the elite Major League Soccer sides. Playing on the road against the Eastern Conference leaders — a team that has been nearly invincible on the turf at Gillette Stadium — CFM dropped a 2-1 decision before 18,217 spectators in Foxborough, Mass. CF Montréal enjoyed a wide edge in possession (58.8 per cent) and peppered goalkeeper Brad Knighton — replacing regular Matt Turner, representing the U.S.
Police allege she had been abducted Monday at 11:05 p.m. by a 22-year-old man.
The Amber Alert had been issued around 6:20 a.m. advising the public to be on the lookout for the girl and to not approach the suspect.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 27, 2021.
The Canadian Press
20 hit songs we don’t want to hear anymore .
Every musician hopes their hits will be revered as timeless classics, but few are actually that lucky. From controversy to outdated lyrics to too much airplay, there are countless reasons why good songs can become hated as quickly as they became popular. Here are some of the biggest hits we hope to never hear again—even if we once kept them on repeat.