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A former Elementary School teacher in Toronto, has been charged with possession of child pornograhy.

Back in November, someone called police to report a man was allegedly viewing child porn on a public computer in the Employment and Social Services Centre at Lawrence Square.

This past Wednesday, officers searched a home in North York, and charged Stephen Joseph Schacter, 55, with one count of possession of child pornography.

He was an elementary school teacher for the Eitz Chaim schools for nearly 20 years, between 1986 and 2004.

Police say he was also the officer administrator at the United Synagogue Day School between 2005 and 2009, and then worked as a private tutor from 2009 until 2011.

Officers are now concerned, after reviewing evidence, that he may have had inappropriate contact with students in the past.

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Two men dead, three in hospital after Chinatown shooting
 

CTV News

Two men are dead and three other people are in hospital after an overnight shooting in Chinatown, police say.

The incident occurred at approximately 3:20 a.m. on Sunday outside the New Ho King restaurant on Spadina Avenue near Nassau Street.

Paramedics pronounced one man dead at the scene and another was transported to hospital in life-threatening condition where he later succumbed to his injuries.

A third man suffered serious injuries. Det.-Sgt. Mike Carbone said two other victims were taken to hospital with unknown injuries.

Carbone said investigators have yet to talk to witnesses and determine a motive for the crime.

No suspect information has been released.

Spadina Avenue is closed between College and Dundas streets for the investigation.

Carbone asked that anyone with information about the shooting contact police at 4169-808-7400 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.

Spike in gun crime 'clearly a trend': union head

The head of the union representing Toronto police officers said Saturday’s “brazen” shooting is yet another example of the worrying spike in gun crime in the city.

"We’ve been talking about this for a long time. We’ve been saying that there is an increase in gun violence. This is not a blip, these are not isolated incidents. This is clearly a trend," said Toronto Police Association President Mike McCormack.

The union head said more police resources are needed to address the increase in violent crime.

As of Jan. 25, the total number of shootings in Toronto is up 100 per cent compared to the same time in 2015. The number of shootings involving injury or death is up nearly 70 per cent, from 13 to 22.
 

 

 

Four Toronto police officers charged with obstructing justice, planting heroin in suspect's car, perjury
 

Toronto Star


Last fall, the conduct of a group of Toronto police officers was described by an Ontario judge as “egregiously wrongful.”

On Thursday, their alleged behaviour was put in criminal terms: perjury and obstruction of justice.

Four officers — two of them experienced major-crimes investigators — are facing a total of 17 charges stemming from a 2014 drug bust, after which a judge ruled police had “fabricated” a story that involved “planting” heroin in a car to justify a search.

Soberly announcing the charges against his officers Thursday, Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said there would be a review of the four officers’ prior cases conducted by the force’s professional standards unit and the Crown Attorney’s office, “to see if there is any other cause of concern.”

It is not known how many other cases will need to be reviewed. Together, the four officers have more than 50 years on the force.

Thursday’s revelation was only the latest blow this week to the Toronto police, now facing sinking public trust after an unprecedented verdict Monday in which Const. James Forcillo was found guilty of attempted murder in the 2013 shooting death of Sammy Yatim.


Police also announced Wednesday that disciplinary charges have been laid against a Toronto police officer under the Police Services Act, in connection with another high-profile incident last fall, in which an officer shot at least 14 bullets into the hood of a stopped car in the Distillery District.

The compounding events are putting pressure on the rookie police chief to take action to bolster the city’s depleting confidence, while also boosting low morale within the force.

 

 

Toronto school bus driver charged with sexual assault
 

CBC News


A 61-year-old school bus driver has been arrested for the alleged sexual assault of three children with developmental disabilities, Toronto police say. Police declined to say if the victims allegedly diddled by the horny bus driver were little girls or little boys or both.

Police allege that the driver, Frank Gavas, assaulted three children under the age of 13 between September 2015 and this month. Police said they started investigating after receiving a tip from the Children's Aid Society.

The Toronto man was arrested Jan. 23 and charged with six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual interference and appeared in court last weekend.

Gavas was employed by Stock Transportation from 2006 and has driven for numerous schools in the Scarborough area.

Police said in a news release they're concerned there could be more victims.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-4100, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at 222tips.com, text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637)

 

 

Teen fatally shot in Dentonia Park identified
 

CTV News


A teenage boy who died in hospital days after being shot in the neck has been identified as 17-year-old Joseph Petit.

Petit died in hospital Thursday afternoon, and police are now treating the investigation as a homicide, according to Toronto police spokesperson Const. Victor Kwong.

Police said the teen was seen walking his German Shepherd on Dentonia Park Avenue, near Victoria Park and Danforth Avenues, at approximately 5:50 p.m.

He returned home to drop off the dog, then left immediately to meet two males outside the house, police said. He had a brief conversation with the males, and a struggle ensued, officers said in a statement Friday. He was shot in the neck during the altercation.

Police are searching for two suspects who were seen leaving the area after the shooting, walking toward Victoria Park Station, but no details on the suspects have been released.

Police said Monday that the incident does not appear to be random.

Homicide Det. Gary Giroux has taken over the investigation, Const. Kwong said.

Anyone with more information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7400, or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477 (TIPS).

 

 

Two Toronto men charged in voyeurism investigation

 

City News


Two men have been arrested in a voyeurism investigation dubbed “Project Broadlight.”

One of the men, a 50-year-old from Toronto, is accused of going into other people’s properties in the Gerrard Street and Broadview Avenue area once it gets dark, illegally observing residents in their homes.

Police said the suspect may have also used a device to record residents.

Khalil Rashid is charged with two counts of criminal harassment, three counts of mischief, one count of voyeurism, and six counts of failing to comply with a probation.

A 31-year-man, also from Toronto, is facing similar charges after allegedly engaging in “stalking and voyeuristic activities” in the same area of the city.

Michael Ogini is charged with three counts of criminal harassment, three counts of mischief and one count of voyeurism.

In both cases, police believe there may be other victims.

Both suspects appeared in court on Wednesday.
 

 

Man, 21, critically injured in Corso Italia stabbing

 

City News

A young man is in stable condition after he was stabbed during a dispute outside a convenience store in Corso Italia.

It happened just before 1:30 a.m. on St. Clair Avenue West just east of Dufferin Street.

The 21-year-old man was rushed to hospital with life-threatening injuries, but police later tweeted that he’s in stable condition.

Toronto police said it appears there was an altercation outside a 7-Eleven at the corner of St. Clair and Dufferin.

“It would appear right now that the victim was with a friend of his, and the two of them got into a dispute with these other two males,” Insp. Paul MacIntyre said at the scene.

Police said the initial argument occurred on the street. The victim went into the store and when he came out, one of the suspects was allegedly waiting for him.

They got into a fight and the victim was stabbed in the back. A knife was found at the scene.

The suspects were last seen running northbound on Dufferin.

 

Yonge-Dundas stabbing apparently random, police say

 

CBC News

 

Police are searching for a suspect after an apparently random stabbing near Yonge-Dundas Square sent a man to hospital on Tuesday evening.

Investigators at 52 Division say an injured man in his 20s stumbled into the Pickle Barrel restaurant on Yonge Street at about 7:30 p.m. He had been stabbed in the thigh.

He lost consciousness and was rushed to hospital for treatment, but his injuries are not considered life threatening, police said.

An early report from the scene indicated the man had been stabbed while inside the restaurant.

Police said they are looking for a black male suspect, wearing a black windbreaker and allegedly carrying a large knife. Investigators are reviewing video footage of the scene and expect to release more information.

 

 

Machete attack at Coffee Time sends one man to hospital

 

City News


A man was transported to hospital after his hands were cut by a man carrying a machete at a Coffee Time on Thursday night.

Police responded to a call of a stabbing with a machete just before 10 p.m.

Police are still searching for the suspect.

He is described as a white male, approximately five-foot tall, was seen wearing grey sweat pants a black leather jacket and a black toque.

Police said the suspect was last seen running towards 2195 Jane Street.

Anyone with information is being asked to contact police.

 

 

Former TDSB teacher facing sex assault charges

 

Toronto Star


A former Toronto school teacher is facing 13 charges in connection with alleged sexual assaults between 2008 and 2015.

The charges follow allegations of sexual assaults on students during and after school hours at Parkdale Junior and Senior Public School, Toronto police said in a news release Thursday.

All of the alleged victims were students between the ages of 12 and 19 at the time of the incidents. There was no word on whether the alleged "victims" were boys or girls or both.

Donald Wheeler, 60, of Toronto, was arrested on Tuesday and faces 10 counts of sexual interference, two counts of supplying liquor to a minor, and one count of harassment by repeated communication.

Police believe that there may be other victims.

 

 

Former Elementary School teacher faces child porn charges

 

News Talk 1010

 

A former Elementary School teacher in Toronto, has been charged with possession of child pornography.

Back in November, someone called police to report a man was allegedly viewing child porn on a public computer in the Employment and Social Services Centre at Lawrence Square.

This past Wednesday, officers searched a home in North York, and charged Stephen Joseph Schacter, 55, with one count of possession of child pornography.

He was an elementary school teacher for the Eitz Chaim schools for nearly 20 years, between 1986 and 2004.

Police say he was also the officer administrator at the United Synagogue Day School between 2005 and 2009, and then worked as a private tutor from 2009 until 2011.

Officers are now concerned, after reviewing evidence, that he may have had inappropriate contact with students in the past.

Police urge anyone believing Stephen Joseph Schacter had inappropriate contact to call investigators so the incident can be investigated or to receive support.

 

 

Police release photo of man who allegedly stalked women he met online

 

City News

 

Toronto police believe a man already in custody on harassment and assault charges may have met more victims online.

The accused allegedly began stalking a woman after meeting her on an online dating site in the spring of 2014.

Police say he also stalked another woman in the fall of 2015 after meeting her on the same site. He’s accused of physically assaulting both women.

Omar Nathan McLeod, 24, was arrested on Nov. 26. He faces six charges: harassment, assault, overcome resistance – choke, two counts of forcible confinement, and uttering threats.

Police believe there may be other victims.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
 

 

No way for a nice white boy to behave!

Man, 19, charged after woman allegedly locked in room, sexually assaulted

 

CTV News


A 19-year-old man is facing charges after a woman was allegedly locked in a room and sexually assaulted.

Toronto police allege the incident took place on Thursday, Oct. 28, in the area of Bloor Street West and St. George Street.

Police said a man and woman were alone in the man's room, when he locked the door and turned the music up before the assault is alleged to have occurred.

The man then assaulted and sexually assaulted her, investigators said in a statement Friday.

Following an investigation, 19-year-old Henry Plexman has been charged with assault, overcoming resistance by choking, and sexual assault.

Police said they believe there may be more victims.

Anyone with more information is asked to contact police at 416-808-5300 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477 (TIPS).

 

 

Boy sexually assaulted in Thorncliffe Public Library: police

 

Toronto Star


Toronto Police are looking a male suspect after a 9-year-old boy was sexually assaulted in the Thorncliffe Public Library on Oct. 9.

Police allege that the man was asking for help when he approached the boy. As he helped the man, he was sexually assaulted.

The man left the area after another adult tried to stop him.

The man is described as white, about five-foot-eight, and in his late 40s to early 50s, with a medium build and short light-colored hair. He was wearing a brown leather jacket, glasses and dark pants.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 416-808-5300 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-8477.

 

 

Toronto Police looking for suspect in College Park Assaults
 

640Toronto


Toronto Police looking for a man who accused of multiple assaults at College Park on Thursday.

The suspect knocked down a 50 year old man standing on a sidewalk, then shoving a 70-year-old woman, before punching another 54 year old woman in the face.
The 50 year old victim suffered a broken hip and broken wrist in the attack.

The wanted man is described as black, 6 feet tall and about 220 lbs., with dreadlocks and a full beard.

He was wearing a hat, long dark jacket, jeans and boots. He was carrying a black bag.

The suspect is considered violent. If you see him, do not approach. Call 9-1-1.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 52 division or Crime Stoppers

 

 

 

 

Man sexually assaulted after awaking to naked man in his home


CTV News


A man was sexually assaulted at his home after he awoke to find a naked man standing in his bedroom on Sunday morning, according to police.

Police say a 20-year-old man was sleeping at home, in the Dupont Street and Bathurst Street area, when around 5 a.m. he saw a naked man in his bedroom.

The 20-year-old was then sexually assaulted, police say.

The suspect, who fled the scene, is being described as white, 5’10”, with short dark hair and an average build.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7474 or through anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS.

 

Stupid spoiled whore, Paris Hilton, was overheard to comment: "That's hot!"

 

 

Swimming instructor charged with sexually assaulting 7-yr-old boy


CityNews


A man who worked as a swimming instructor at multiple Toronto pools has been charged in connection to an alleged sexual assault of a seven-year-old boy.

The sexual assaults occurred between 2013 and 2015.

The assaults stopped once the child stopped attending swimming lessons at the pool.

Police believe there may be more victims as the accused had access to other children in the community.

The accused worked as a swimming instructor in Toronto for a number of years. He worked at Zodiac Swim Club at both the 160 Steeprock Drive and 318 Lawrence Avenue East locations.

He also worked for Felix Swim Club at three locations including 64 Baldwin Street, 181 Broadview Avenue and 315 Osler Street.

Oscar Piedrasanta, 49, of Toronto was charged with sexual assault, sexual interference and sexual exploitation on Thursday.

 

Stupid spoiled whore, Paris Hilton, was overheard to comment: "That's hot!"

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-2922

or Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

 

 

At a CATHOLIC school ? ? ?

15-year-old in custody after high school student stabbed


Toronto Star


A teenager was taken to hospital after a fight at a Whitby high school Tuesday morning, and another was arrested.

Police were called to Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School, near Anderson St. and Dryden Blvd. just before 9 a.m.

A 14-year-old had been stabbed in the back of the neck with a metal file during an altercation, according to Durham Region police Sgt. Bill Calder.

Two teenagers, both students at the high school, were the only people involved. A 15-year-old male was taken into custody by police after the victim was taken to hospital

Calder said police expect to lay charges.

The school was briefly placed under a hold-and-secure Tuesday morning, and counselors were made available to any students that felt traumatized by the events.

No one else was hurt during the altercation.

 

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RCMP www.rcmp.gc.ca
Canadian Security and Intelligence Service www.csis-scrs,gc.ca
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United States:

FBI www.fbi.gov
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Kingston Ontario K7L 4V7
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RCMP Main Headquarters
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