Woman charged in death of Second World War veteranThe woman charged in the death of a Killarney man last week made her first court appearance Thursday. Paulette Orendorff, 64, of Killarney who is facing a second-degree murder charge, made an appearance in video bail remand court at the Sudbury Courthouse on Thursday. A Sudbury Jail employee helped the short, soft-spoken, short brown-haired woman to enter the small room and to address the video camera.
The owners of two dogs that allegedly attacked an eight-year-old Norwegian elkhound in Lively have been acquitted of their charges. Tonka, the dog that was attacked, had to be euthanized due to the severity of his injuries. As a result of Justice of the Peace Monique Mechefsky's ruling Wednesday, Angela Trauner and her son Nick Coppo are taking steps to get back their dogs - a Siberian husky named Raz and a husky-bull mastiff mix named Tank.
A Greater Sudbury man who drove away on three tires after being involved in a collision on The Kingsway has been fined $4,000 and had his driver's licence suspended for two years. As well, Derek Laurikainen, 29, will have to pay restitution of $2,500 to the woman whose vehicle he hit on Sept. 19. "Fortunately, the lady was not injured," Ontario Court Justice Andrew Buttazzoni told Laurikainen on Wednesday.
Owners of Tank and Raz that allegedly mauled a Norwegian elkhound named Tank in January, resulting in injuries so severe he had to be euthanized, have been acquitted. See story late today on S. Star website.
Woman who was severely burned in a fire she set in her Dennie Street apartment in Capreol in July, 2015, has received a two-years-less-a-day conditional sentence, two years' probation and restitution order for $130,000-plus. See story later today on Sudbury Star website.
Paulette Orendorff, 64, of Killarney who is facing a 2nd-degree murder charge, was in hospital Thurs. She will appear in video bail remand court at the Sudbury Courthouse Dec. 14. Date was set by telephone link.
A now 27-year-old Greater Sudbury man received the equivalent of an eight-year jail sentence for a variety of child pornography-related offences including making child pornography and luring a minor, and for breaching a Community Supervision Order. Full story later in S. Star.
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Selecting a term
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