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Toronto's police chief defended his force's handling of a prominent double homicide, saying a private investigation commissioned by the victims' family does not have all the facts.

During a news conference yesterday, Mark Saunders fired back at Brian Greenspan, a lawyer representing relatives of Barry and Honey Sherman.

The billionaire philanthropists were found dead in their Toronto mansion last December.

In an earlier news conference, Greenspan outlined a litany of alleged errors and lapses in the police investigation into the couple's deaths.

He said those alleged shortcomings have prompted the family to offer a 10 million-dollar reward for information that would solve the case. (The Canadian Press)

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(CT-1987-Kidnapping)

A Canadian man accused of abducting his toddler son 31 years ago during a court-ordered visitation in Toronto has been arrested in Connecticut.

Authorities say Allan Mann Jr. and his son, Jermaine, had been living under aliases in a quiet suburb near Hartford.

Officials say they notified Jermaine Mann's mother that her son had been identified and located.

A message left at a phone listing for her in Brampton was not immediately returned Friday. (The Associated Press)

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(Aurora-Fatal-Collision)

A fatal collision north of Toronto has led to charges for a Newmarket woman.

Provincial police responded to a two-vehicle collision on Highway 404 in Whitchurch-Stouffville early yesterday and found a 41-year-old woman had been ejected from one of the vehicles.

Police say the mother of three was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the other vehicle, a 37-year-old woman, has been charged with impaired driving causing death and other counts. …

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