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Judge allows evidence in guns and drug trial

A Supreme Court judge has dismissed an application to exclude evidence that an Abbotsford man claimed police obtained while breaching his rights during an arrest.

Diocese asks Supreme Court for end of lawsuit

The Diocese of New Westminster today (Friday) filed a brief with the Supreme Court of Canada, asking for an end to the lawsuit that involves four churches, including St. Matthew's parish in Abbotsford.
Probe ordered into misinterpreted CT scans

Probe ordered into misinterpreted CT scans

Several B.C. patients may have cancer that went undetected because two radiologists misinterpreted the results of CT scans performed at hospitals in Abbotsford and Powell River last year.
Judge finds Abbotsford man 'not criminally responsible' for wife's murder

Judge finds Abbotsford man 'not criminally responsible' for wife's murder

A B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled today (Friday) that an Abbotsford man is not criminally responsible for the murder of his wife because he was suffering from a "severe mental illness" at the time of the killing.
Arrest warrants issued for fraud suspect

Arrest warrants issued for fraud suspect

A woman caught on surveillance video at two banks while allegedly committing identity theft is wanted on two outstanding warrants for her arrest.
Weapons and pot found among three Abbotsford properties

Weapons and pot found among three Abbotsford properties

Abbotsford Police busted three properties yesterday (Wednesday), resulting in the seizure of weapons and drugs.
Surveillance tape led police to killer

Surveillance tape led police to killer

Lead plane rear-ended mid-air

Lead plane rear-ended mid-air

Butorac compared to Pickton at double murder sentencing

Butorac compared to Pickton at double murder sentencing

Saying that Davey Butorac poses “a real danger to the safety of the community,” a B.C. Supreme Court judge sentenced the Langley man to life in prison with no chance of parole for 23 years on Thursday afternoon in New Westminster.
UPDATE:Police release names of victims of plane crash

UPDATE:Police release names of victims of plane crash

Police have released the names of the pilots and passenger of the two planes that collided at 1,500 feet just east of Mission Wednesday afternoon. The two victims from the Cessna 150 that crashed into Nicomen Slough are passenger Patrick Lobsinger, age 70, from Surrey and Don Hubble, age 60 from Langley who was the pilot.