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Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy came to Canada from the U.K. in 1971. He has worked across the media landscape from small-town B.C. newspapers to Vancouver’s big dailies and at The Calgary Herald as senior crime reporter. He has worked with The Canadian Press, Reuters and The Associated Press newswire services and was a Bloomberg News divisional foreign correspondent. A specialist in criminal/legal issues, Jeremy has been a frequent radio and TV news commentator.

Recent Work by Jeremy

B.C. breeder must pay $3,882 for dead chihuahua puppy

B.C. breeder must pay $3,882 for dead chihuahua puppy

The puppy became ill just over a day after it was purchased and was put down soon after.
B.C. trafficker tossed drugs to officer in RCMP parking lot

B.C. trafficker tossed drugs to officer in RCMP parking lot

Cocaine, MDMA trafficker from Alberta loses appeal of 26-month sentence; wanted conditional sentence to look after disabled child.
Suspicious vehicles seen in Naramata double-homicide area, court hears

Suspicious vehicles seen in Naramata double-homicide area, court hears

Two hikers found the bodies of Carlo and Erick Fryer on a forest road in May of 2021.
Guilty pleas entered in B.C. Boxing Day double stabbing

Guilty pleas entered in B.C. Boxing Day double stabbing

Things turned violent after two people agreed to meet in Olympic Village to conduct a Facebook Marketplace exchange.
B.C. murder accused faces assault charge from same day

B.C. murder accused faces assault charge from same day

A woman charged in a fatal Vancouver stabbing was allegedly involved in an assault the same day, court records show.
B.C. man guilty in courthouse prosecutor attack

B.C. man guilty in courthouse prosecutor attack

Provincial court judge finds assailant's clothing the same in videos of attacks on two women, convicts Kenyon Lavallee.
B.C. strata ordered to cancel $12K in short-term accommodation fines

B.C. strata ordered to cancel $12K in short-term accommodation fines

In the same tribunal decision, a Vancouver strata lot owner has been ordered to pay $7,669 in bylaw fines and unpaid fees.
Assault charges for man accused of killing Burnaby Mountie nears end

Assault charges for man accused of killing Burnaby Mountie nears end

Jongwon Ham is scheduled to go to trial on a murder charge in November.
B.C. woman's mooning claim against neighbour rejected

B.C. woman's mooning claim against neighbour rejected

A woman will not be getting $500 in damages.
Crown wants four years for 'horrific' Vancouver stabbing

Crown wants four years for 'horrific' Vancouver stabbing

Anthony Woods was initially charged with second-degree murder in the Dec. 15, 2020 death of Alex Gortmaker but pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
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