2 Vancouver Police Officers Who Were Caught Posing With A Dead Body Are Suspended

Two police officers were caught on video laughing and posing next to a dead body that had washed up on the shore of Third Beach in Vancouver.

The disturbing scene, caught on camera by a bystander, led to an investigation by B.C.'s Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner, which resulted in the officers being found guilty of "discreditable conduct," said CTV.

Although the event happened in February, the consequences were only just announced.

They have now both been suspended from work without pay, although the length of the suspension is unknown.

Another Vancouver police officer recently got in trouble when he asked for preferential treatment after being pulled over for drinking and driving. He was also suspended without pay.

Social media has saved the day — or at least some expensive uber rides — helping find $20,000 of stolen bikes in Vancouver.

Vancouver police said that officers seized the stolen bikes from a rooftop in Gastown last week, after getting tips on the location.

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A woman and her dog were both stabbed with a knife during a walk in Vancouver, police said.

The incident unfolded near to the Marine Drive Canada Line Station in South Vancouver at around 10 p.m. on Friday, November 26.

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A Woman Posed As A Nurse In A Vancouver Hospital & Even Gave Out Medical Care To Patients

Police investigating the matter have now charged a woman with fraud.

A woman who pretended to be a nurse in a hospital in Vancouver has been charged.

Vancouver Police Department said it launched an investigation in June 2021 into an employee at B.C. Women's Hospital who had allegedly identified herself as a registered nurse.

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A suspect who was seen chasing someone with a large stick in downtown Vancouver has now been identified by police.

The Vancouver Police Department would like to speak to the victim, who didn't report the incident but was spotted being chased on surveillance cameras on Burrard and Drake streets.

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