Just over a year into his seven-year sentence, the man charged in a downtown Calgary nightclub shooting is being granted day parole, Global News has learned. Mohamed Salad pleaded guilty to discharging a firearm with intent in the January 2016 shooting at the Ten X Nightclub. Court heard Salad came back to the establishment after being kicked out.
Day parole will continue for a man who killed an Okotoks teenager 27 years ago.Stephanie Spooner, 16, was stabbed to death in her home in January 1991.Her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Bradley Paetsch, killed her after finding out she was in a relationship with someone else.He was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to mandatory life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.Now going by the name Tristan Ryan, the 45-year-old was granted day parole for the first time last July.
On the eve of the Canadian Football League’s free agency period opening up, the Calgary Stampeders have re-signed a couple of their receivers. DeVaris Daniels made 47 catches for 743 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games with the Stampeders last season. He was coming off of winning the league’s Most Outstanding Rookie award in 2016. In a statement, Daniels said the Stampeders took a chance on him when he faced an uncertain future in football and he felt he owed it to the team to come back.
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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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