Cause of Death in Relation to Domestic Homicide Released 15-17385
Following an autopsy in conjunction with the East Region Coroners Office, and police examination of physical evidence, detectives from the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit are releasing the cause of death in relation to the homicide of Kaitlan BABCOCK.
It has been determined that on June 18 Kaitlan Babcock died as a result of gunshot wounds while inside her residence on Conacher Drive. While Kingston Police will confirm a knife was found on scene there is no indication Kaitlan received any injuries other than by firearm.
Detectives with the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit are not
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: