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Youths suffer overdoses; Ontario man facing drug charges

A 50-year-old male is facing criminal charges in connection with allegedly selling illegal drugs. The Chapleau, Ontario, resident was recently arrested on drug charges for apparently providing a number of underage individuals with two types of drugs. The youths had to be hospitalized after overdosing on their purchases.

Ontario alleged robbery results in multiple charges

A 30-year-old man was arrested recently for supposedly attempting to steal a vehicle in a grocery store parking lot. Ontario Provincial Police responded to the attempted robbery call in which a female was approached by the accused who reportedly demanded the keys to her vehicle. A kindly onlooker helped the victim while the suspect took off, only to allegedly enter another unlocked vehicle with the keys inside it.

Street sweeper operator facing impaired driving charges

Operating any motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol can be dangerous and is against the law. Whenever perceived drunk drivers in Ontario are pulled over and they fail a Breathalyzer test, they will face impaired driving charges. But these tests aren't always 100 percent accurate, and there have been several instances when a breath test provided false readings and the accused driver actually wasn't impaired at all.

2 Toronto men facing homicide charges

Two men are facing serious charges following a double shooting outside a prominent downtown nightclub. Toronto police arrested two men in connection with a homicide investigation into the shooting early in the morning of Oct. 1. It is not clear at this time whether the men are in police custody or were released under bail. 

Man implicated in Toronto homicide

A 36-year-old man is facing charges following the death of a 42-year-old individual in Rexdale, according to police. Toronto authorities arrested the man on Oct. 6 in connection with the homicide investigation. The man now stands charged with second-degree murder as well as assault causing bodily harm. He was set to appear in court at 10:00 a.m. on Oct. 7. 

Man arrested for homicide in Toronto

Police apprehended a 24-year-old man following the stabbing death of a transgender woman. The man faces homicide charges, and it is expected that Toronto police will remand him to the custody of law enforcement in Montreal, where the alleged crime took place. It is unclear whether he is still in police custody here in Toronto. 

Ontario man faces fraud charges

Police have apprehended a 22-year-old man who they say may have been responsible for an online airline ticket scam. The man, who was arrested on Sept. 26, now faces two counts of fraud under $5,000 as well as two counts of possession of property obtained through crime. He is due to make his first court appearance in an Ontario court on Nov. 9, and if he is found guilty, he could face serious criminal consequences. 

Ontario police officer charged with sexual assault

A regional police officer for Niagara Region is facing a number of criminal charges, all of which could see an end to his career in law enforcement. The officer, who has been a police officer in Ontario for eleven years, was arrested on Sept. 28 and charged with sexual assault, three counts of assault as well as several lesser charges. If convicted, he could face years in prison and lose his job as an officer of the law. 

Ontario man faces attempted homicide, human trafficking charges

A man in London is facing serious charges, according to Peel Regional Police. The Ontario man is facing both attempted homicide and human trafficking charges following an incident in August. It is unclear whether he has retained criminal defense counsel at this time, as no court date was listed for him in the report. Furthermore, Peel police are continuing to investigate these incidents. 

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