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What matters most on August 30, 2018
Mike McIntyre and Ben Waldman08/30/2018 12:55 AM
It's a long-held mantra within any police agency: There is no such thing as a routine call.
Manitoba RCMP got a tragic reminder of that late Wednesday night when one of their own was ambushed and shot while responding to a break-and-enter report near Onanole.
Cpl. Graeme Kingdon, 42, suffered serious injuries after being struck in the upper-body by gunfire just seconds after he exited his cruiser car. Four suspects immediately fled the area, triggering an intense manhunt that spanned approximately 18 hours and essentially put the western part of the province under lockdown.
18-hour manhunt ended with long standoff in Neepawa with final suspect
Mike McIntyre and Ben Waldman
08/30/2018 12:55 AM
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