Crime

One person hospitalized following shooting in Oppenheimer Park area

A file photo of Vancouver police, who were on scene Thursday evening at Oppenheimer Park. One person has been hospitalized following a shooting early Thursday evening in the Oppenheimer Park area in Vancouver. Libby Brown, a spokeswoman for B.C. Emergency Health Services, said paramedics were driving past the park for an overdose call when they …

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Democrat: Picture Zelensky’s 15-Year-Old Daughter Duct-Taped in Trump’s Basement

Rep. Hank Johnson (R-GA) conjured a bizarre image during Thursday’s debate in the House Judiciary Committee hearing on articles of impeachment: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s daughter duct-taped in President Donald Trump’s basement. Johnson, together with Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) and other Democrats on the committee, tried to push back against Zelensky’s public claims that he …

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Ohio Food Stamp Fraudster Gets 14 Months in Prison

The owner of an Ohio business who committed $8.5 million in food stamp fraud was sentenced to 14 months in prison on Wednesday. Judge Thomas M. Rose of the U.S. District Court in Dayton ordered that Kaitlin E. Koher, 34, of Jackson Township, serve 14 months in federal prison and repay the federal government $639,779 as …

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21% of Albertans unsure how cannabis edibles affect driving: AMA survey

Nearly a quarter of Albertans polled were unsure about how cannabis edibles impact driving, a survey conducted this fall by the Alberta Motor Association has found. “The fact is, just like other forms of cannabis, they affect your reaction time, attention span, coordination and decision-making — virtually everything required to drive,” said Jeff Kasbrick, AMA’s …

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Feds Lose Track of Criminal Foreigners Brought to U.S. by DOJ

A number of foreign nationals, oftentimes with criminal records, are going rogue after being brought to the United States by the Department of Justice (DOJ) to work as informants, a federal report reveals. The Justice Department is not properly keeping track of foreign nationals coming to the U.S. through the little known S Visa program, …

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