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Jesse Day

Jesse Day

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Recent Work by Jesse

SPCA seizes dog strapped to RV during sweltering Okanagan heatwave

SPCA seizes dog strapped to RV during sweltering Okanagan heatwave

Animal cruelty charges will be recommended to Crown counsel
‘It’s appalling’: RCMP investigating dog in crate behind RV spotted in B.C. Interior

‘It’s appalling’: RCMP investigating dog in crate behind RV spotted in B.C. Interior

Residents were shocked and infuriated by RV driver’s actions during record breaking heatwave
UPDATE: Dog hauled in crate strapped behind RV during B.C. heatwave found safe

UPDATE: Dog hauled in crate strapped behind RV during B.C. heatwave found safe

RCMP, SPCA working towards next steps, possible charges to ensure the dog’s safety going forward
BC Liberal leadership candidate condemns ‘senseless violence’ of Okanagan church fires

BC Liberal leadership candidate condemns ‘senseless violence’ of Okanagan church fires

Skeena MLA Ellis Ross says reconciliation isn’t about revenge for past tragedies
2 charged, suspect at large in killings of B.C. brothers linked to gang activity: RCMP

2 charged, suspect at large in killings of B.C. brothers linked to gang activity: RCMP

Kamloops brothers Erick and Carlo Fryer were found deceased in May on a remote Okanagan road
Police discover woman’s body in Okanagan home while investigating double homicide

Police discover woman’s body in Okanagan home while investigating double homicide

Police believe all three killings are targeted acts related to drug and gang activities
$12.8 million Penticton home listing sparks racist, hateful comments

$12.8 million Penticton home listing sparks racist, hateful comments

Realtor Kevin Chen reported threats made against him to police
‘Disappointed and baffled’ B.C. housing minister warns of tent city in Penticton

‘Disappointed and baffled’ B.C. housing minister warns of tent city in Penticton

Penticton council’s decision to close a local homeless shelter could create tent city, says David Eby
Human Rights Tribunal dismisses kosher meal complaint from Okanagan inmate

Human Rights Tribunal dismisses kosher meal complaint from Okanagan inmate

Tribunal determines the inmate failed to provide any evidence he should be served kosher meals
Human remains found off U.S. coast in 2009 identified as Penticton man

Human remains found off U.S. coast in 2009 identified as Penticton man

Jim Neufeld, 55, was last seen leaving his home in Penticton Jan. 21, 2009
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