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An 18-year-old Oromocto man has been arrested in connection with the arson of the Oromocto Legion. He was arrested back on Thursday of last week. A charge of arson is expected to be laid. He will appear in court in September to enter a plea.

The driver of a motorcycle was taken to hospital Friday morning with undetermined injuries after striking a curb on St. Anne Point Boulevard and flipping his bike. Fredericton Police Force spokesman Sergeant Tim Durling said the injuries were non-life-threatening, but the male driver did require a trip to the Dr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital. The single-vehicle mishap occurred shortly before 10 a.m.

44-year-old Joanne Caissie of 333 Cliffe Street has been given six months to pay a $450 fine for shoplifting. Caissie was charged for a June 1 theft from Sears at the Regent Mall in which she slipped three pairs of underwear, a bra and dress into her purse and didn't pay for the $89.94 worth of merchandise. The items were recovered. It's her second shoplifting offence within a few months. She was previously fined $300 for the earlier theft.

RCMP say a New Brunswick man reported missing after he went boating in South Oromocto Lake has been found dead. The body of the 54-year-old Saint John man was recovered just before noon Friday after an extensive search of the area. An empty aluminum boat was found with the motor still running on Thursday morning. The name of the victim has not been released.

Autopsy results and a report from the Coroner's Office have allowed RCMP to rule out foul play in the death of a 22-year-old Elsipogtog woman. Sabrina Polchies' body was found in a Salisbury apartment last Monday. Police initially suspected foul play. The results from the investigation indicate that the cause of death was a combination of alcohol and prescription medicine.

An RCMP constable has been charged with second-degree murder after his wife was found dead inside their southeast Edmonton home. 36-year-old Tarith Sehmbi was arrested on Saturday. He is scheduled to make his first court appearance today. Police were called to the couple's home in the Mill Woods neighbourhood at about 4 a.m. Saturday after reports of shots being fired. Sehmbi's wife, whose name has not been released, was found dead inside the home. Sehmbi was arrested at another location, which police have not disclosed, at about 5:30 a.m. Police have refused to say how the woman died, saying an autopsy will determine the cause of death. Neighbours said the couple's two young children are now with family members. Sehmbi has been on the force for over seven years and worked as a traffic officer with a detachment in the Edmonton area. The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team, which has jurisdiction over all sworn police officers in the province, is investigating.

Dentists in Taiwan are urging fast food chains to stop making oversized burgers after some diners developed sore jaws and had difficulty opening their mouths, reports the China Post. A typical bite requires the mouth to open four centimetres but dentist Chen Yun-chih says that some super-sized burgers measure higher than eight centimetres. As a result, diners forcibly over-extend their jaws and risk pulling the joint between the temporal bone in front of the ears and the jawbone.

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