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Toronto Police Service Press Releases

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Toronto - During the month of June 2007, members of the Special Victims Section, with assistance from the Toronto Police Drug Squad and 51 Division Major Crime Unit, charged three Toronto men in relation to a child prostitution investigation involving a 17-year-old girl.
Toronto - One hundred youth begin summer jobs this week with the Toronto Police Service for the second year of the ‘youth in policing’ program launched today by Children and Youth Services Minister Mary Anne Chambers, Toronto Police Services Board Chair Dr. Alok Mukherjee and Toronto Police Chief William Blair.

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Toronto - A Toronto police officer has been arrested and charged.  Constable Ioan−Florin Floria, 34, with eight years' service, is a member of Traffic Services. He is currently suspended.
Toronto - Homicide investigators are asking the public, once again, for their assistance locating Livingston Davis.  Livingston Davis is also known as "Livvy" or "Kemar." He is considered armed and dangerous.
Toronto - A Canada−Wide Warrant for a charge of Second Degree Murder has been issued for theaccused, Vimalathas Mohanarajah, 28, of no fixed address.
Toronto - On Tuesday, July 3, 2007, police responded to a radio call to a self-storage business in the Kennedy Road/Steeles Avenue area. Attending officers learned of a cache of guns, explosives and drugs in one of the units within the storage facility.  A Canada-wide arrest warrant has been issued for Steven Duong, 25.
Toronto - Toronto Crime Stoppers and the TPS Community Mobilization Unit invite the media to come to the Rogers Centre, outside of Gate 11, on Thursday, July 12, 2007, between 4 p.m., and 7 p.m.
Toronto - On Monday, July 16, 2007, the Toronto Police Service, in a joint venture with the TTC, will undertake a one−week awareness, education and enforcement campaign entitled Project “Take Time to Check.”
Toronto - On Tuesday, July 17, 2007, Irina Chernyakhovsky, 38, of Richmond Hill, was arrested. It is alleged that Chernyakhovsky looks for employment in dental offices where she handles financial transactions and when she is hired, she completes fraudulent transactions with customer billings.
Toronto - The Toronto Police Service wishes to advise the public of fake news releases posted on lampposts in and around the Yonge Street/Summerhill Avenue area.  Police wish to advise the public that news releases are not posted in this way by the police. If they see such fakes, they should call police.

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