February 18, 2018

Surrey M-P Apologizes after Medal Given to Man Facing Criminal Charges

Newton-North Delta NDP M-P Jinny Sims has issued a statement saying she awarded the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal to Maninder Gill - manager of Radio India on Sunday - in recognition of his significant contributions to his community and wasn't aware of the pending legal matter. Sims says she recognizes the seriousness of the crime he's accused of … [Read more...]

A-G says criminal justice security system deeply flawed

BC's Auditor-General is outlining what he calls "serious flaws" in  BC's criminal justice security system. John Doyle says his audit of the "JUSTIN" computerized system found a serious lack of controls to protect information from inappropriate access. Doyle says the system is not safe from motivated people looking to gain access, and there's … [Read more...]

Suspected rapist with criminal record arrested by Burnaby Mounties

The man accused of sexually assaulting two women in Burnaby over the weekend already has a criminal record. That's what police are confirming after reporting the suspect was identified and arrested within 24-hours of the attacks. The assaults were recorded within 20-minutes of each other Saturday. The suspect's name is protected by a … [Read more...]

Landlord faces serious criminal charge

A landlord in Maple Ridge has been charged with counseling someone to commit murder. Ridge Meadows RCMP say Jagdev Singh "Jack" Athwal has been charged in connection with what they call a a disturbing threat of a serious criminal nature. They say the 71-year-old has been released from custody on conditions he not contact certain residents, not be … [Read more...]

A convicted criminal is still collecting an RCMP paycheque weeks after a guilty verdict.

No decision has been made yet to terminate a Mountie found guilty of obstruction of justice or even stop his RCMP paycheques  Corporal Monty Robinson was found guilty after a 2008 crash which killed 21 year old Orion Hutchinson in Delta  RCMP Chief Superintendant Janice Armstrong says while the Mounties would like to take action there are … [Read more...]