Convenience Store Clerk Injured in Violent Robbery15-19002
A 62-year-old clerk is recovering from injuries sustained during a violent robbery involving a gun that occurred at a local convenience store.
On Canada Day, Wednesday, July 1 at 5:04 p.m. a lone male suspect entered the Convenience Top store located at the corner of Brock Street and Nelson Street. The victim was sitting behind the counter when the suspect approached him and violently struck him multiple times in the head with his right hand that was holding a handgun.
The victim received facial injuries and cuts. The suspect also pointed the pistol in the face of the victim
Kingston Police Youth Academy returns to Boys & Girls Club
After the tremendous success and continued demand of the inaugural Kingston Police Youth Academy this past March Break officers are pairing-up once again with the Boys & Girls Club to offer the program this upcoming summer.
For the week of Monday, July 13 through to Friday, July 17 children ages 12-16 years can attend the West End Clubhouse at 1300 Bath Road to participate in the camp. The fee is $80 for current members and non-members alike. To register for the program please go to the Boys & Girls Club website here.
The description on the Boys & Girls Club website states: