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22
Jan
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

So, things are missing. But they weren’t stolen.
That’s the message that came out of the report presented to the Board of Police Commissioners by the Boys (and Girls! —ed.) in Blue.
When drugs go missing, it’s always suspect. Out of 2,628 misplaced or missing drug exhibits, only 140 have been found (where were they? — ed.).

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22
Jan
Suzanne Dube, Sackville’s 30-year-old cold case

Suzanne Dube, Sackville’s 30-year-old cold case

Since I began writing about cold cases in May of 2016, people have often asked me why I don’t write about any of the many better-known unsolved murders or missing persons cases.

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07
Jan
Family Court judge’s highway horror

Family Court judge’s highway horror

Sources say that Bridgewater Family Court Judge Marci Melvin was injured in a two-vehicle accident before Christmas that claimed the life of the other driver.
The crash occurred at dusk on December 19 on Highway 14 in Lunenburg County. Road conditions were treacherous — it was one of several accidents across the province on that day, two of which were fatal.

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07
Jan
Jim MacDonald’s got troubles, too

Jim MacDonald’s got troubles, too

The owner of MacDonald Ford on Grand Lake Road in Sydney tells me he did his own investigation when he discovered in 2016 that his dealership’s sales manager, Mike Duhamel, faced fraud and theft charges.

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27
Dec
The gentleman accountant & the Code of Silence

The gentleman accountant & the Code of Silence

I have always wondered if the murder of Kevin Farren was a case of the wrong person being at the wrong place, at the wrong time. You decide.
On March 9, 2012, the lifelong bachelor, age 61, was found dead in the home office set up for him at 56 Havenbrook Hill in Dartmouth’s Portland Hills. To this day, the cops have not revealed what he died from. They just say he was murdered.

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