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GRETNA TRAIN CRASH COMMERORATION

May 2015 is the centenary of the Gretna Train disaster when 216 troops from the 1st/7th (Leith)Battalion, The Royal Scots lost their lives on route to Liverpool with a final destination of Gallipoli. 67 more words

Events

Man Leads Maywood Police on Wild Car Chase Before Taking Down a Light Pole, Crashing into FedEx Truck

Saturday, April 25, 2015 ||| By Michael Romain

A man was arrested yesterday, April 24, after leading police on a wild car chase that started at 5th Avenue and Oak Street and ended at the corner of 19th and St. 130 more words

Crime

Sheriff's Office to Conduct Checkpoint in Maywood Sat. Night Thru Early Sun. Morning, April 26

Friday, April 24, 2015 || Originally Published: Patch || By Morgan Searles

Officers will check driver’s licenses, registrations and they’ll be on the lookout for impaired drivers… 124 more words

Notifications

Welcome Aboard No1 CopperPot!

Thank you No1 CopperPot!!!

Over recent weeks, the Pocket Sergeant website has had a facelift. Since then, we’ve had companies contact us who are interested in supporting Pocket Sergeant as well as advertising their products and services on our website. 373 more words

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Police 'Carding' - Toronto Life Magazine

The cover story for Toronto Life’s May, 2015 edition is Desmond Cole’s “The Skin I’m In”, a memoir about being black in Toronto. This essay is generating much attention here in Canada and elsewhere, even though it only became available on the newsstands in the last few days. 16 more words

Policing

BREAKING: Christopher Moss, Victim of April 17 Drive-by Shooting, Dies from Injuries

Friday, April 24, 2015 || By Michael Romain

One of the two men who were injured in a drive-by shooting that occurred on the night of April 17 near Irving Elementary has died, Maywood police say. 123 more words

Crime

WiTOPoli Weekly: Friday, April 24

A roundup of some of the latest news in women, Toronto, and/or politics this week. What stories did you read this week? Tell us in the comments. 351 more words

WiTOpoli Weekly