York Regional Police say they are “extremely disappointed” that the Crown has decided to stay charges in a major organized crime investigation following allegations that police listened in on phone calls that were protected by solicitor-client privilege. The 18-month-long investigation, dubbed “Project Sindacato,” was launched in response to a spike
WINNIPEG — An investigation into what police call an inter-provincial organized crime network between Manitoba and Ontario has led to 10 arrests and the seizure of vast quantities of drugs, cash, contraband cigarettes, luxury vehicles and more. Police began the investigation — called Project Highland — last April and looked
Giuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, November 10, 2019 7:14AM EST MONTREAL — A panicking woman spins in circles and screams for her children. Well-dressed party-goers in the posh hotel lobby are frantic. A uniformed officer is on his knees, trying to pump life back into a dying Mafioso.
MONTREAL — Police in Montreal say a man was gunned down Monday outside a business in the city’s west end in a slaying that appears to be linked to organized crime. Officials didn’t immediately confirm the victim’s identity, but several media reports citing police sources said it was Andrea “Andrew”
York Regional Police says more information will be released on Wednesday about a multi-provincial investigation into human trafficking and organized crime that has led to the arrest of 31 people. In a news release issued Tuesday, the police service confirmed that more than 200 charges have been laid in connection
KING TOWNSHIP, Ont. – Police north of Toronto say they’ve made three arrests related to what they describe as a major marijuana grow-op with links to organized crime. York Regional Police say they began investigating the facility in King Township, Ont., back in July. They say Health Canada had granted
AURORA, Ont. – Police say they have dismantled an organized crime ring north of Toronto. York Regional Police say they will release more details today on two separate investigations that focused on drug production and trafficking. They say they have seized drugs, guns, vehicles and cash related to the investigations
York Regional Police will hold a press conference today to announce the results of an 18-month long investigation into traditional organized crime. Police say that the investigation, dubbed Project Sindacato, resulted in “significant arrests” as well as the seizures of millions of dollars believed to be the proceeds of crime.