Male Wanted for Attempted Murder Believed to be Armed15-20417
Ten days after 33-year-old Justin R. HUNTER struck a female victim with a truck in downtown Kingston and is wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant for attempted murder, police are still searching for him and now believe he is armed with a firearm.
On July 14 a 22-year-old female victim known to Hunter was struck and seriously injured by a truck being driven by him at the intersection of Queen Street and Sydenham Street. Hunter fled the scene and has been actively avoiding police capture ever since.
The Kingston Police Major Crime and Street Crime Units continue to vigorously search for
CORE Unit Conducts Red Light Blitz for monthly STEP Initiative
Officers from the CORE (Community Oriented Response and Enforcement) Unit, with the assistance of local CN Police, conducted a one day Red Light blitz on August 26 as part of the monthly Selective Traffic and Enforcement Program (STEP).
Officers enforced Red Lights and Amber Light violations at various intersections throughout the city. These areas were chosen due to higher incidents of collisions, traffic complaints by Kingston residents. Red Light violations normally carry a $325 fine and add three demerit points to one’s driving record upon conviction. An Amber Light violation