Canada Suspects in Regina cab driver stabbing arrested after chase, shootout

18:22  15 april  2018
18:22  15 april  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Pinacie-Littlechief found not guilty in 2015 stabbing death of Justin Crowe

  Pinacie-Littlechief found not guilty in 2015 stabbing death of Justin Crowe The 23-year-old woman had been charged with second-degree murder following the Oct. 27, 2015 incident , which occurred at Crowe’s parents’ house on the Piapot First Nation.Pinacie-Littlechief’s trial started at Regina Court of Queen’s Bench almost three weeks ago and, at noon on Thursday, Justice Jeff Kalmakoff finished his instructions to the 11-person jury and sent them to begin deliberations.The jury returned with its verdict at about 10:30 a.m. Friday.Following the verdict, members of Crowe’s family were sobbing or shouting obscenities at Pinacie-Littlechief.

«» Suspect in Stamford Cab Driver Stabbing in Custody. Police are investigating the death of a taxi driver who was found with many stab wounds outside a cab in Stamford, Connecticut, on Wednesday morning and they have arrested a murder suspect .

A La Crosse man on probation for a March stabbing was arrested again Saturday on possible drug charges after eluding police in a stolen car earlier in the week. An officer patrolling on La Crosse Street turned around to follow a Pontiac G6 with temporary plates early Tuesday when the driver began

a truck is parked on the side of a road: A cab driver was taken to hospital after being stabbed on the 2900 block of Parliament Ave. © SRC A cab driver was taken to hospital after being stabbed on the 2900 block of Parliament Ave.

Charges are pending against a man and a woman who were chased down in a stolen taxi from Regina on Saturday.

At about 11:30 a.m. CST, Maidstone RCMP received a complaint of a theft from a gas station in Lashburn, Sask., which is 96 kilometres northwest of North Battleford.

A black taxi cab van, which matched the description of the one stolen in Regina Friday, was involved.

Officers found the vehicle on Highway 16 and tried to get it to pull over, but the van did not stop.

An RCMP member then returned fire.

The adult female received treatment for minor injuries associated with the police dog's apprehension.

No officers were injured as a result of this incident.

Hearing to determine whether Abbotsford, B.C. school stabbing suspect is fit to stand trial .
A courtroom in New Westminster will hear arguments today about whether a man accused of stabbing two girls at an Abbotsford high school in 2016 is fit to stand trial. Yesterday, a psychiatrist treating Gabriel Klein told the B.C. Supreme Court hearing that he believes his patient has schizophrenia, is psychotic and experiencing delusions. Dr. Marcel Hediger says he has done two assessments of Klein and determined that, at those times, the man was "not unfit" to stand trial — but his mental state is variable, very fragile and could deteriorate during the court process.

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