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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Police Investigate Commercial Drive Stabbing

Shortly after 8:30 this evening, police responded to a fight at Broadway and Commercial Drive. more »

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Police Ramping Up Search for Arson Suspects

Police are asking for the public’s help to identify two men who are believed to be responsible for an arson at the Leeside Skatepark.
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Altercation Between Cyclist and Motorist

On January 24th, just after 4:00 p.m., police were called to Dunsmuir Street and Burrard Street for an altercation between a cyclist and a motorist. more »

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VPD’s New Police Cars Starting to Hit the Streets

Over the next three years, the Vancouver Police Department will take delivery of its new fleet of patrol cars. more »

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Update: Chad Baynton Arrested

Chad Daniel Paul Baynton, age 26, the subject of this week’s Wanted Wednesday, was arrested last night. more »

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Wanted Wednesday: Chad Daniel Paul Baynton

For his alleged participation in the 2011 riot, Chad Daniel Paul Baynton, age 26, is wanted Canada-wide for taking part in a riot, break-and-enter and wearing a disguise. more »

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Police Release Composite Sketch of Sexual Assault Suspect

Police are releasing a composite sketch and renewing their appeal for information regarding the sexual assault of a 30 year old woman earlier this year. more »

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Update: Police Arrest Barricaded Man

Police have arrested the man that was barricaded in his home following a lengthy stand-off on Manor near Euclid Street. more »

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Police Negotiating with Barricaded Man

Police are trying to arrest a 43 year old man on Manor near Euclid Street who has barricaded himself inside his home. more »

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Komagata Maru Memorial Incident

The Vancouver Police have always treated this abhorrent act on the Komagata Maru monument as a serious matter. more »

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