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Posted Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Around 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, Greater Sudbury Police attended a residence on Bruce Avenue, in Greater Sudbury in relation to an individual who was wanted on three outstanding Arrest Warrants.
When Officers attended the residence, the man barricaded himself inside and caused significant damage to the home. The Greater Sudbury Police Service Tactical Unit was called to attend the location and set up a perimeter. Tactical Officers made multiple attempts to have...

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Posted Sunday, November 19, 2017

The Greater Sudbury Police Service invites the community to join in Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week from November 19 – 25, 2017.
Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week aims to heighten awareness of what is considered to be bullying and the impact it can have in our community. Research has shown that approximately 15% of individuals in a school or workplace are directly involved with bullying. That leaves 85% of people as potential bystanders or silent majority.
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Posted Friday, November 17, 2017

Voyeurism incidentThe Greater Sudbury Police Service is requesting the Public’s assistance to identify the man pictured in this release.
In August of this year, this man is believed to have attempted to record intimate images of another person without their consent in a public washroom at a local shopping centre in the South End.
The man is described as being Indigenous, in his 20’s, around 6’0” tall, weighing approximately 230 lbs. with a heavier build.  He...

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Posted Monday, November 13, 2017

On 13 November 2017 at  approximately 0418  two individuals  reported  that they had been assaulted at a  residence on Morin St.  Further information was received that a third victim may still possibly be inside the residence and the whereabouts of the suspect(s) was unknown. Members of Patrol Operations and the  Tactical Unit of the Greater Sudbury Police services responded to the incident and a  third victim was located inside the residence....
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Posted Friday, November 10, 2017

The annual Poppy Campaign is one of the Royal Canadian Legion’s most important programs. The money raised from donations provides direct assistance for Veterans in financial distress, as well as, funding for medical equipment, medical research, in-home services, long-term care facilities and many other necessities.  www.veterans.gc.ca
Since November 4, 2017 local businesses and members of the Royal Canadian Legion branch 76, here in Greater Sudbury...

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