Police officers with guns drawn swooped in on an east London home Monday night. Tactical officers surrounded a duplex at 12 Coventry Ave., located north of Highbury Avenue and Hamilton Road, around 8:30 p.m., neighbours said. London police were assisting their counterparts in Barrie with an investigation, said Const. Sandasha Bough, who referred further questions to Barrie police.
A London man wanted in a downtown Barrie shooting was arrested at raid on an east-end home after more than a week on the lam. Neighbours say tactical officers with their weapons drawn surrounded a duplex at 12 Coventry Ave., located north of Highbury Avenue and Hamilton Road, around 8:30 p.m. Monday. Dylan Brown, 24, was wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant following an Aug. 13 shooting outside a downtown Barrie bar that left a 28-year-old man seriously injured.
The family of a man who died of a drug overdose at the Elgin-Middlesex Detention Centre is questioning why Ontario has taken so long to install a body scanner at the problem-plagued London provincial jail. Paramedics called to the Exeter Road lockup last Thursday found an inmate dead inside his cell. The man was 24-year-old Murray Davis, The Free Press has confirmed. Davis had begun serving a sentence for criminal harassment on March 14.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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