Tonight on Alberta Primetime

Here’s the line-up for the Wednesday night crime panel on Alberta Primetime. Defence lawyer David Andrews and I will be in Calgary, joined by consultant and former Edmonton police chief Fred Rayner in the provincial capital:

  • Police overtime costs: Calgary police went nearly $3 million over the $11.7 million set aside for OT in 2009.
  • Pharmacy robberies in Calgary: is illegal demand for OxyContin driving a trend?

(Alberta Primetime airs live at 7 p.m. MDT on Access TV: Channel 13 in Calgary; Channel 351 on Bell TV; Channel 267 on Shaw Direct/Star Choice. You can visit the show’s segment archive to view past discussions about crime and other topics.)


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One response to “Tonight on Alberta Primetime

  1. A friend of mine just sent me an article that you wrote on 6/3 about a 90 year old couple who were
    found on a remote road 65 miles away from home.
    The story is eerily similar to what happened to my husband’s mother and uncle. They were 91 and 92
    years old. They were in a head on collision 150 miles from home at 1:41Am on 12/6/08. The highway patrol treated this as just another accident but in no way would these old people have left their home in the middle of the night, leaving behind their little dogs, leaving the lights
    on and the bathroom heater on. They were obviously robbed and abducted and deliberately
    left in the wrong lane on Hwy 580 but nothing has
    been done to the perpetrators. We have a good idea who they are and have informed the law enforcement but nothing has been done. These old people in the article did not leave home on their own. I think it is discrimination that the law
    enforcement ignore crime against the elderly!

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