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Kingston Police Report Increase in “Gas & Dash” Thefts

Kingston Police are reporting an increasing amount of gas thefts, both through siphoning gas from parked vehicles and “gas and dash” thefts at gas stations. “The incidents of thefts reflect the price of gas as it goes up” said Cst. Joanne Geikie, of Kingston Police Force. The constable reports that thieves will fill their tanks… Keep Reading

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Kingston Police Seek Assault Victim and Attackers

The Criminal Investigations Unit of Kingston City Police is seeking the public’s assistance for a robbery that occurred July 6th at 121 Cataraqui Street around 8:30 p.m. According to the department’s release, that evening an unknown victim attended the Beer Store on Cataraqui Street to discover it was closed. He was subsequently called over by… Keep Reading

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Kingston Police Report Theft at Tim Hortons

Kingston Police Criminal Investigations Unit is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects or otherwise returning property stolen on Tuesday, May 3 at approximately 11:00 a.m. On that date, the victim entered Tim Horton’s at Princess & MacDonell streets [map], made a purchase and walked away – accidentally leaving her Blackberry phone on the counter.… Keep Reading

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Second Arrest in Millhaven Institution Cold Case

More than 10 years ago – on July 14, 1999 – 24 year old Scott Barnett collapsed in the maximum security Millhaven Institution’s exercise yard and died the following day. An autopsy found he had been poisoned with cyanide, but no one was charged in the death. But in 2006, the Joint Forces Penitentiary Squad,… Keep Reading

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Teenagers Arrested for City Park Fight

Two teen boys have been charged by Kingston Police with causing a disturbance, after an online video of a fight between the youths came to light. The boys reportedly engaged in a consensual fight in front of about 30 bystanders, wearing martial art boxing gloves in a UFC-style engagement. Kingston Police were informed after the… Keep Reading

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Midland Police Chief Honoured in Kingston

Kingston will host the annual Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) this month, where former Midland police chief Paul Hamelin will be presented with the President’s Award of Merit. This Award is given to a member of the OACP who has displayed outstanding dedication and support to the advancement of the goals and objectives… Keep Reading

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Kingston Police Board Rejects DNA DataBank

The Kingston City Police board members have rejected participating in the proposal by abother eastern Ontario board to create a DNA DataBank tht will include samples from every Canadian. In January, the North Grenville police board passed a resolution to recommend all such provincial boards lobby the provincial and federal governments to establish a DNA… Keep Reading

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Kingston Police Capture a Quebec Top 10 Most Wanted

Kingston City Police have arrested one of Quebec’s top 10 most wanted criminals. Fugitive Idir Benkhodja – on the loose since last June – was pulled over by police with another man in a routine traffic stop at 7:15 pm on Brock Street. Police ran an identity check and discovered that one of the occupants… Keep Reading

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