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Reporter — Calgary Herald

Frequently takes pictures of food. Needs coffee. Loves dogs, especially Webster. Writes for the Calgary Herald. Send notes here: cho@calgaryherald.com

Culprits break into Casino Calgary, make off with ATM that turns out to be empty

calgaryherald.com — The two culprits who broke into a northeast casino Wednesday morning and made off with an ATM are in for a surprise. "There's no money in the machine," said Staff Sgt. Travis Baker. "If they haven't gotten into it yet, I'm sure they're fairly disappointed right now.

‘One of the worst cases of neglect': 201 dogs rescued from ‘horrendous conditions’ at Alberta property

news.nationalpost.com — Alberta SPCA officers were shocked to discover 201 dogs in distress - some emaciated and dehydrated with broken limbs and sores - on a southern Alberta property, resulting in the largest removal of dogs in the agency's history.

Four people charged after drugs, weapons seized from Lethbridge home

calgaryherald.com — Four people were arrested and charged after officers seized drugs and guns from their south Lethbridge home in a drug trafficking investigation. Members of the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams or ALERT were called to a home in the 700 block of 13th Street South on Friday to execute a search warrant.

Authorities remove 201 dogs in distress from southern Alberta property

calgaryherald.com — Alberta SPCA officers were shocked to discover 201 dogs in distress - some emaciated and dehydrated with broken limbs and sores - on a southern Alberta property, resulting in the largest removal of dogs in the agency's history.

City police investigating 3 recent shootings apparently tied to ‘friction’ among criminal groups

calgaryherald.com — The Calgary Police Service's Guns and Gangs Unit has made several arrests, and seized weapons and drugs, in several recent operations following three separate shooting incidents around the city. Police believe the incidents were all targeted attacks. Officers were first called on Oct.

City police shifting resources to bolster intelligence unit

calgaryherald.com — Calgary police are bolstering their intelligence unit - which investigates everything from gangs to radicalization - by redeploying investigators from their celebrated High Enforcement Auto Theft Team. Police say budgetary restrictions and pressing needs in other areas have prompted them to dedicate the six constables and one sergeant from the team to the intel gathering arm of the force.

Calgary police dispanding special auto theft team, moving officers to intelligence unit

calgaryherald.com — Calgary police are bolstering their intelligence unit - which investigates everything from gangs to counter-radicalization - by redeploying investigators from their celebrated High Enforcement Auto Theft Team. Police say budgetary restrictions and pressing needs in other areas have prompted them to dedicate the six constables and one sergeant from HEATT to the Intel gathering arm of the force.

U of C researchers hunting for ‘rare rock’ after fireball flies over Rockies

calgaryherald.com — A month after a fireball was snapped by a Calgary photographer streaking across the night sky over the Rockies, researchers with the University of Calgary are now on the hunt for the "rare rock" believed to have fallen into a remote forested area in B.C.

Peg Leg dies, talking crow at Lethbridge Helen Schuler Nature Centre

calgaryherald.com — For 23 years, visitors at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre in Lethbridge were greeted by a friendly black-feathered bird who would sweetly chirp "hello" and "bye." Peg Leg, the talking crow, delighted guests young and old with her ability to mimic sounds she heard in her surroundings, including special greetings reserved for small children.

More than $38,000 seized at Calgary airport as suspected proceeds of crime

calgaryherald.com — Canada Border Services Agency officers at the Calgary International Airport seized more than $38,000 Thursday from a man who claimed he was travelling with $9,000. The cash was seized as suspected proceeds of crime under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act with no terms of release.
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Jan 28, 2015

Duo who stole the ATM from Casino Calgary are in for a surprise: the machine was empty calgaryherald.com/news/crime/pol… Video: newsroom.calgary.ca/news/atm-thefts

Jan 28, 2015

ATM stolen from casino this morning was out of order and empty. It's believed 2 offenders fled in silver minivan.

Jan 28, 2015

Baker says it seems quite unprofessional in how these ATM smash grabs are being committed, not believed connected to ring or group of people

Jan 28, 2015

Not a substantial amount of money stolen in these ATM smash and grabs, say police.

Jan 28, 2015

This is one of 13 ATM smash and grab incidents in Calgary since August.

Jan 28, 2015

Staff Sgt. Travis Baker updates media on ATM theft at Casino Calgary. pic.twitter.com/c6v700y6Pf

Jan 28, 2015

4 people charged after drugs, weapons seized from Lethbridge home in @ALERT_AB investigation calgaryherald.com/news/crime/fou… pic.twitter.com/7uP03dmI7r

Jan 28, 2015

The dogs seized by the SPCA were emaciated and dehydrated. Some had broken bones, matted fur, and gaping wounds. http://t.co/JqamMaCBc9

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