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Jukasa News Update Monday, December 12, 2016


Toddler kidnapped during car theft
Niagara Police are investigating a car theft turned kidnapping after a toddler was discovered in the stolen vehicle.
Police responded in St. Catharines Friday to a 911 call a car was stolen along with a two year old child who was left unattended inside.
About a half hour later the child was found. Police said the toddler was dropped off at a local business. He was transported to hospital and said to be in good health.
The car was later recovered in Hamilton. Police are investigating both the theft of the car and why the child was left unattended inside.

Police seeking generator thief
Brantford Police are seeking information after a man stole a generator from Henry Street business.
The man is described a white man in his 40’s and approximately 6’0”.  He was wearing a black jacket, grey baseball hat, blue jeans, and brown work boots.
Anyone with information regarding the possible identity of the man is urged to contact PC Dana Sims at 519-756-7050 ext.2894.

Murder investigation looking for bike trailer
The investigation into the murder of Jeffrey Roberts is still underway.
Roberts body was recovered in Brantford near the West Street 403 overpass.
Police said they have interviewed over 80 people and executed three search warrants in the case so far.
Major Crimes detectives say they are still looking for the bike trailer Roberts was known to ride along with.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Brantford Police.

First Nations will be full partners in climate change battle
Ottawa announced a new framework to deal with climate change.
The Prime Minister said in a shared statement with AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde that the agreement was determined with the consultation of Firs tNations people as leaders in climate and environmental protection.
The agreement would pose penalties of excess carbon emissions. The provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba opposed carbon taxes.
Ottawa says the framework will ensure First Nations are full partners in advancing clean grown and reducing emissions to mitigate climate change.

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