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Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help

Crime Stoppers Needs Your Help

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Okeke ‘Prince’ Obi The RCMP hold an arrest warrant for Okeke Obi in relation to charges of: importing heroin, conspiracy to import heroin and conspiracy to traffic heroin The RCMP Hamilton Niagara Regional Detachment, Serious & Organized Crime Unit, is currently investigating a shipment of heroin imported into the Niagara Region.  Both an Arrest Warrant and an Immigration Warrant have been issued for a Nigerian National presently using the name, Okeke Obi (DOB: 1978-06-25).  Okeke Obi is currently evading police and is known to use various dates of birth and aliases, such as: Obi Okeke Olusegun Aliu Simon Anomah Prince Uzoma Obi Kim John Prince Ken Sankoh Okeke Obi is described as:  male, black, 39–49 years old, 5’4”, 187 pounds, brown eyes, tattoo of praying hands on right chest, three…
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Mac’s/Circle K StreetART Mural Initiative

Mac’s/Circle K StreetART Mural Initiative

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The Mac’s/CircleK StreetART Mural initiative creates strategic partnerships in an effort to help prevent crime and strengthen community relationships. The program builds a community-based shared responsibility to prevent crime, such as graffiti, shoplifting, and robbery incidents–not only at the store, but on the property as well. Engaging the community, especially the youth, will empower them to make a positive difference and also strengthen relationships between the community and each Mac’s/CircleK store. This unique concept caught the attention of Katy DeCelles, a Professor from Harvard University and University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies. In 2015, Mac’s received an educational study grant from Harvard University to implement additional StreetART Murals as part of a Harvard Business Study. To better understand the program, please watch the…
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30th Anniversary

30th Anniversary

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This is the 30th Anniversary of London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers. We are proud to have served our community and to have worked with our partners over the years to help reduce crime in the London area. We thank you for staying involved and working with us! Stay tuned for more anniversary details and announcements.
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2nd Annual Jay Johnston Memorial Golf Tournament

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Join us Saturday, September 9, 2017 for our 2nd Annual London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers Jay Johnston Memorial Golf Tournament. Your tournament entry fee includes: Golf, Cart & Range Balls BBQ Lunch Banquet Dinner Live Leaderboard Silent Auction Contests Registration and lunch start at 11am, shotgun start at 1pm.  Click here to download the Golf Registration Form  Click here for the online Golf Registration Form For details call (519) 661-5750
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2017 High School Video Contest

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Want to win an iPad? You and 3 of your friends could be the ones to win! From 1 January 2017 until 28 February 2017, all currently attending, full-time high school students within the Thames Valley and the London and District Catholic High School Boards are eligible to participate. (We reserve the right to verify attendance) We want you and 3 of your friends to create a short video about distracted driving.
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Angler Caught Fish Near Aylmer

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The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is seeking the publics help in identifying the person or persons selling angler-caught fish in the Aylmer area. Conservation officers are investigating after receiving numerous complaints from the public that angler-caught fish are being sold in the Aylmer area. The reports were made through the MNRF TIPS line. Its illegal to sell fish caught by sport fishing in Ontario. This protects Ontarios fish populations as well as the health of Ontarians since angler-caught fish are not subject to food safety and quality inspections. If you have any information about these incidents, please contact the MNRF TIPS line at 1-877-847-7667 toll-free any time or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). You can also call the ministrys Wheatley office at 519-825-3058.
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