•   
  •   
  •   

Sports Charges stayed against NHL player agent

19:42  13 march  2018
19:42  13 march  2018 Source:   msn.com

Oilers sign Dylan Larkin's brother, Colin, to 1-year deal

  Oilers sign Dylan Larkin's brother, Colin, to 1-year deal The Edmonton Oilers signed college free-agent forward Colin Larkin to a one-year, entry-level contract Monday. 

WINNIPEG - Criminal charges that include fraud have been stayed against a former National Hockey League player agent who has died. Phillips, a defenceman, spent his entire NHL career with the Senators playing 1,179 games and amassing 288 points.

WINNIPEG—Criminal charges that include fraud have been stayed against a former National Hockey League player agent who has died. Court records show charges against McAlpine of fraud, theft and laundering the proceeds of crime were stayed in a Winnipeg courtroom two days later.

WINNIPEG - Criminal charges that include fraud have been stayed against a former National Hockey League player agent who has died.

An obituary in the Winnipeg Free Press says Stacey Don McAlpine, who was 54, died at home in his sleep on March 5.

Court records show charges against McAlpine of fraud, theft and laundering the proceeds of crime were stayed in a Winnipeg courtroom two days later.

a hockey game in the snow © Provided by thecanadianpress.com

Winnipeg police began investigating McAlpine in 2013 and charged him last year.

He was accused of bilking former hockey stars Danny Heatley and Chris Phillips out of more than $12 million between 2004 and 2011.

Both players also filed lawsuits against their former agent, as well as against his parents.

Heatley, drafted by the Atlanta Thrashers in 2001 as a winger, spent four seasons with the Ottawa Senators before stints with San Jose, Minnesota and Anaheim. Phillips, a defenceman, spent his entire NHL career with the Senators.

Cocaine dealer tells cop’s trial he was ‘pretty much allowed to sell drugs’ .
A Hamilton cocaine dealer testified Thursday he was allowed to ply his illicit trade with impunity after paying $20,000 a month in protection money to a city police officer.“ What were you getting in return for $20,000,” Crown attorney John Pollard asked the dealer.“I would know when search warrants are happening, I’d know who was, uh ... informing on me ... I was pretty much allowed to sell drugs,” the dealer, who cannot be identified, told a Superior Court jury in Toronto.He was testifying for a second day at the trial of Hamilton Police Service Det.-Const.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!