Firearms recovered during alleged break and enter: OPP
Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) investigated an alleged break and enter at a Garfield Avenue residence on June 23.
Officers say several firearms had been taken from the homeowner during the break and enter.
The investigators, including Forensic Identification Services and Lambton County Crime Unit members identified the suspect, as a 45-year-old man from St. Clair Township.
During the arrest, officers located the stolen firearms and a prohibited weapon.
The man has been chared with:
• Break and enter a place and steal a firearm.
• Unauthorized possession of weapon.
• Unauthorized possession of a firearm (five counts).
• Possession of a firearm obtained by crime (five counts).
• Possession of firearm or ammunition contrary to prohibition order (two counts).
• Knowledge of unauthorized possession of firearm (five counts).
Samantha Ramsdell of Connecticut is the record holder for the world's largest mouth gape for a female. Her mouth gape measures 6.56 centimetres, or about 2.5 inches.
The Calgary Fire Department was called to two separate fires Monday morning, but say no one was injured in either incident.
Minivans are making a comeback, selling eight per cent above sticker price on average in the U.S. last month.
Eleven-year-old Nation North says he has always had an entrepreneurial spirit.
A Winnipeg man is turning his passion for cycling into a way to raise money for children's cancer research.
Sharon Stone wants a fully vaccinated set on her next gig, and says she's being threatened she'll lose the job because of it.
Just over 33,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered last week as city aims for 90 per cent coverageVaccine administration in Ottawa has slowed considerably in recent weeks as the vast majority of residents who wanted and were able to get a vaccine have received their doses.
A portion of a major road in Lethbridge is closed to traffic as police investigate the scene of a crash involving a pedestrian.