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Beaumont RCMP investigating shots fired – Update


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May 14, 2020

Beaumont RCMP investigating shots fired – Update

Beaumont, Alta. – A search warrant executed at a property in Leduc County has led the RCMP to seize two firearms for analysis.

Yesterday the Beaumont RCMP investigated damage to six different residences in the Forest Heights area as a result of what appeared to be gunshots.  The origin of the shots is believed to have been identified and a search warrant obtained.

“While we understand the concern this caused, we believe that this incident was not meant to cause any community harm” says Corporal Josef McCoombs of Beaumont RCMP.  “This is a reminder to all gun owners to practice firearms safety and be diligent about where and how guns are used.”

No charges have been laid at this time. The investigation remains ongoing



May 13, 2020

Beaumont RCMP investigating shots fired

Beaumont, Alta. – The Beaumont RCMP are currently investigating complaints of gunshots in the Forest Heights area.  No one has suffered any injuries however minor damage has been done to homes in the area.

RCMP responded to the first 911complaint at 8:20 this morning. Information was received that at 7:30 a.m. a homeowner heard a noise and observed a bullet hole in an upstairs room of the house.  The Beaumont RCMP enlisted the assistance of the Forensic Identification Section to conduct scene examinations.

In total, six complainants have contacted RCMP.  The residences affected are on 48 and 49 Avenue.

Investigation has led the Beaumont RCMP to identify a location in Leduc County which is believed to be the origin of where the shots were fired. Currently, members are on scene executing a search warrant of the property.

If anyone has information about these incidents, has suffered property damage as described above, or has suffered an injury, please contact the Beaumont RCMP at 780-929-7410.

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Blue Bombers become first CFL team to earn playoff spot with 26-16 victory over Elks

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EDMONTON — Zach Collaros threw two touchdown passes as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated the Edmonton Elks 26-16 on Friday night to become the first CFL team to clinch a playoff berth.

Winnipeg (9-1) captured its seventh straight victory and improved to 7-0 within the West Division. Collaros finished 15-of-24 passing for 210 yards with an interception to remain the CFL’s passing leader (2,565 yards) but is also tops in TD passes with 15.

This marks the fifth straight season that Winnipeg, the defending Grey Cup champion, has made the playoffs.

Edmonton (2-7) suffered its fifth straight loss and dropped to 0-5 at home this season.

Edmonton’s defence forced a safety at 9:31 of the first quarter, then came up big five minutes later as Trumaine Washington intercepted Collaros in the end zone. The Bombers closed out the opening quarter with a 37-yard Ali Mourtada field goal.

The Elks responded with Sean Whyte’s 34-yard field goal at 11:22 of the second.

Winnipeg took the lead with three minutes left in the first half as a 47-yard completion to Kenny Lawler set up Collaros’s five-yard TD strike to Andrew Harris. But Harris appeared to suffer an injury to his right knee and did not return as Brady Oliveira finished up with 105 yards rushing on 16 carries.

Whyte kicked a 25-yard field cut Winnipeg’s half-time lead to 10-8.

Mourtada converted from 27 and a career-high 43 yards to start the third. Edmonton tied it 16-16 on Taylor Cornelius’s 11-yard TD toss to Shai Ross. Backup quarterback Dakota Prukop added the two-point convert.

Rookie Cornelius got the start as incumbent Trevor Harris was a healthy scratch.

Moments after Elks defender Aaron Grymes couldn’t hang on to an easy interception opportunity, Collaros hit Rasheed Bailey on a 48-yard completion before finding him on a five-yard scoring strike six minutes into the fourth.

Mourtada cemented the win with a 23-yard field goal with 50 seconds remaining.

Winnipeg hosts the B.C. Lions next Saturday while Edmonton has a bye week before returning home against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Oct. 29.

NOTES: Harris being sidelined while healthy has led to speculation the Elks are actively shopping their veteran quarterback on the trade front… Lawler returned to the lineup after being suspended by Winnipeg for its last game for an impaired driving arrest… The actual attendance appeared to be far beneath the announced 24,276 fans.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 15, 2021.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 15, 2021.

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Medical examiner describes deaths of mother, toddler at Calgary murder trial

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CALGARY — A forensic pathologist has told a murder trial that a Calgary woman and her young daughter suffered blunt force trauma to their heads.

Jasmine Lovett and 22-month-old Aliyah Sanderson were reported missing in April 2019.

The next month, their bodies were found buried in a day use area in Kananaskis Country, west of Calgary.

Robert Leeming has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Lovett but not guilty to second-degree murder in the child’s death.

Deputy medical examiner Dr. Akmal Coetzee-Khan described his findings through a series of autopsy photos.

He says Lovett appeared to have been moved after her death, judging from pooling of blood in her body.

She also had a black eye and bruising on her face.

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