June 23, 2017

24 year old charged with attempted murder after stabbing near Vancouver high school

Vancouver Police say a 24 year old man who lives in the United States has been charged after a stabbing last evening. Clifton Crowder has been charged with attempted murder. Police say a group was playing basketball on one of the outdoor courts of Templeton Secondary School shortly before 8:30 when one of the group was approached by a man and … [Read more...]

Pitbull shot after attacking police

A Delta police officer shot and killed a pitbull last night. The officer was on routine patrol on Annacis Island when the dog charged from a houseboat, docked near Chester Road. "The pitbull attacked two officers, biting one in the hand.  The officer discharged his firearm, striking and killing the dog.  The officer was treated by a local … [Read more...]

Accused bank robber nabbed after returning to the scene

A need for reassurance and approval was the ultimate downfall for a man now accused of robbing a Victoria bank. Police say he approached a teller at a downtown Scotiabank branch and, after conducting a transaction, mumbled something to her.  Spokesman Bowen Osoko says the man then said he had just tried to rob her, and asked if he could … [Read more...]

IIO investigators in Vanderhoof after Sunday morning crash

The province's police watchdog is sending investigators to Vanderhoof to determine what role a mountie had in a crash that sent three people to hospital Sunday morning. "So essentially what we'll be doing is, is we will be investigating to No. 1, clarify the role of the officer in this. We understand there was no chase and we'll certainly look … [Read more...]

First Nation says it has unanswered questions after B.C.’s LNG conference

A coastal First Nation is responding to comments made by the premier at last week's conference on liquefied natural gas. Marven Robinson, of the Gitga'at First Nation in Hartley Bay, says members came away from the conference in Vancouver with many unanswered questions. "You know, we're not against it, but we're not fully informed yet. We have to … [Read more...]

RCMP investigating after 17-year-old stabbed in Surrey

A seventeen-year-old boy is in stable condition after being stabbed in the stomach Friday night in Surrey. RCMP say details are fuzzy, but the boy claims he was walking home somewhere around 134th Street and 69th Avenue when he was punched from behind, then stabbed. They say the boy's friend called emergency crews to his home where the boy was … [Read more...]

After Sandy: 5 Reasons to Go to Atlantic City Now

Atlantic City's been having a tough go lately, but we think that now is the time to hit the boardwalk—you'll find great hotel deals, the food's still top notch, and who doesn't need a spa day? Fodor's Travel News … [Read more...]

Youth taken to hospital after party bus checked in Port Moody

Port Moody Police say a youth was taken to hospital after a party bus was checked last night. They say the youth had a dangerously high level of intoxication. Alcohol was found This comes after 16 year old Ernest Azoadam died one week ago after being on a party bus in Surrey. Mounties are investigating that incident to find out whether any laws … [Read more...]

Three sent to hospital after vehicle hits pedestrian on Stanley Park Causeway

A pedestrian is in critical condition after a single vehicle crash on the Stanley Park Causeway just before 8 o'clock Friday. Vancouver Assistant Fire Chief Joe Foster says when crews arrived on scene, the vehicle had rolled into the park. Two people in the vehicle were taken to Saint Paul's Hospital in stable condition. Foster says the pedestrian … [Read more...]

IHIT now involved after Surrey man found

Police are confirming that the body found in a Surrey car last night is that of a man reported missing on the weekend. The Intergrated Homicide Investigation Team say it was 29 year old Vimal Chand found dead at about eight last night in a car in the 6600 block of 140th street. Neighbors said the car had been sitting in the same place for … [Read more...]