Can You Believe This?! April 8, 2022

Toronto, Ontario — Check out this week’s wacky Can You Believe This?! feature and catch a glimpse of bovine Beetles; discover the quickest tree removal service you’ll ever see; find hacks to cut costs on those meddling headlight replacements and much, much more!

Coal for Christmas: Toronto police arrest two in Project Clone auto theft investigation

Toronto, Ontario — The Toronto Police Service wrapped up Project Clone earlier in December, a police auto theft investigation that resulted in two arrests at a garage in the Toronto/Brampton area. The investigation was launched in July to identify gang members involved in car theft, according to Toronto police. On Dec. 5, police acted on […]

Chop Stopped: Alberta RCMP shut down chop shop near Bonnyville

Bonnyville, Alberta — Alberta mounties have laid down the law on a chop shop operating north of Bonnyville after they recovered 12 stolen vehicles from the property, just over a month ago. The suspicions of police were raised when a stolen Ford F350 service truck was discovered on the property, prompting local RCMP to investigate […]

Two suspects wanted in connection with Alberta chop shop

Police are seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Arlene Janice Lagimodiere and Jeremy Gordon Whincup in connection with a chop shop uncovered in Elk Point, Alberta.

By CRM Staff Elk Point, Alberta — August 29, 2017 — The RCMP are seeking two suspects in connection with a chop shop raided last week. RCMP executed a search warrant on a residence near Secondary Highway 646 in Elk Point, Alberta, a community approximately 200 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. Several items believed to be […]

Friday Fun: Edmonton’s big chop shop and a car for the very jaded

This 2016 Pagani Huayra could be yours … if you’ve got $3,999,995 burning a hole in your pocket.

By Jeff Sanford   Toronto, Ontario — June 15, 2017 — In this week’s edition of Friday Fun we look at a chop shop uncovered by Edmonton police that was the biggest they had ever seen, a car for the jaded people who have grown weary of Ferraris and Bugattis, why Toyota is still pushing […]

Owner of Cycle Logic chop shop agrees to asset forfeiture

John Edward Newcome, former owner of chop shop Cycle Logic in West Kelowna, has agreed to forfeit assets as part of a court settlement.

Vancouver, British Columbia — March 1, 2017 — John Edward Newcome has agreed to forfeit customized motorcycles, vehicle parts and tools to British Columbia’s Civil Forfeiture Office (CFO). Newcome was the owner of the now defunct Cycle Logic in West Kelowna. The BC CFO filed civil forfeiture proceedings against Newcome in October 2013, as reported […]

Abbotsford police uncover chop shop

Abbotsford police officers attempting to arrest Dean Andrew Douglas Sykes at a rural property may not have gotten their man, but they did recover an estimated $100,000 in stolen property, primarily cars and trucks.

Abbotsford, British Columbia — February 15, 2017 — Abbotsford police didn’t find the man they were looking for when they went to a property in the 27600 block of Downes Rd. in Abbotsford, but they did uncover what appears to be evidence of a chop shop. Officers were attempting to arrest Dean Andrew Douglas Sykes, […]