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  • B.C man accused of illegal dentistry turns himself in

    A B.C. man accused of setting up an illegal dental practice in the bedroom of a house near Vancouver has turned himself in, Toronto police have confirmed.

    Tung Sheng "David" Wu, 62, was sentenced to three months in jail for contempt for ignoring a court order to stop practising dentistry without a licence,but B.C.'s College of Dental Surgeons had been unable to locate him.

    A Canada-wide warrant was issued for his arrest in August.


    More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/britis...f-in-1.2430090

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    SEC worker is charged with making false statements about his financial holdings

    A federal employee tasked with keeping the securities industry honest was arrested Tuesday and charged with making false statements about his financial holdings.

    Steven Gilchrist, a longtime employee with the Securities and Exchange Commission in New York, allegedly held stock he was not allowed to own and repeatedly lied about it, according to a complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan.


    More: http://www.washingtonpost.com/busine...67c_story.html

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      Father given unsupervised access to children he molested

      A B.C. Supreme Court judge reviewing evidence from a custody dispute determined that the father of four children sexually and physically abused three of them, contrary to the findings of a flawed Vancouver Police Department investigation.

      The mother of the children, who was awarded sole guardianship and custody in the 2012 court judgment, is now suing the province, saying it was negligent and acted in bad faith in allowing her former partner unsupervised access to the children during the dispute.

      The mother's lawsuit against the province is currently on trial at B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver and has already gone on for more than 80 days.


      More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/britis...sted-1.2442896

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        Randall Hopley, who abducted B.C. boy, sentenced to 7 years

        Randall Hopley has been sentenced to six years in prison and declared a long-term offender for the abduction of three-year-old Kienan Hebert in 2011.
        In a Cranbrook, B.C., courtroom Friday morning, Hopley was also sentenced to one year in prison for a breaking and entering in Alberta, for a total sentence of seven years.


        More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/britis...ears-1.2445208





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