Man to be sentenced in beer-throwing incident at Blue Jays game
The suspected beer tosser at the Blue Jays - Orioles wild card game turned himself into Toronto Police. Ken Pagan didn't answer any questions, but his lawyer said he was charged with one count of mischief.
A man who pleaded guilty to throwing a can of beer on the field at the Rogers Centre during the AL wild-card game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles last fall is expected to receive his sentence today.
Kenneth Pagan, who worked as a sports copy editor at Postmedia's Hamilton, Ont. office and later left the position, was charged with one count of mischief on Oct. 6, 2016 after surrendering to police two days following the beer throwing incident.
Family of teen found dead in Edmonton searching for answers after suspects charged
The death of a 17 year old has left his family and neighbours searching for answers. As Sarah Kraus reports, the teen has been identified as Ashton Cardinal and he was found near his Edmonton home on Friday.
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Toronto police release shocking video of shotgun pointed at child during robbery Toronto Police Service Hold Up squad have released surveillance videos highlighting a series of brazen robberies. The retail robbery spree involves at least three men with firearms robbing eight west end stores. https://youtu.be/l8k_c_ueits