With grainy images, Yellowknife RCMP sought help identifying a "potential person of interest" in their investigation of July's suspicious fire at a city church.
A woman raped as she slept was left unable to trust anyone and suicidal. The sentence for the man responsible was "lenient" but acceptable, an NWT judge ruled.
A man who now lives in Ontario was sentenced after groping a woman who had agreed to act as a designated driver for friends on a night out in Yellowknife.
A Fort McPherson 21-year-old who kicked, punched, and spat on RCMP officers in three separate incidents has been sentenced to just over three months in jail.
A man was sentenced to 18 months in jail after stabbing his uncle with a kitchen knife in Behchokǫ̀. The judge said the lack of apparent motive was concerning.
Fort Simpson RCMP have asked for help identifying a number of individuals who may have information related to a recent fire at a housing project in the village.
Yellowknife police arrested and charged two men in connection with alleged drug trafficking and trespassing offences on Wednesday.
Jail appears to remain the only solution for a Yellowknife man whose repeat offending is linked to mental health issues. He was sentenced again last week.
An intoxicated Tulita man who threatened to shoot an RCMP officer has been jailed. Denver Dystar Clement received a four-month sentence.
To sentence a man, an NWT judge ruled she must view a “representative sample” of thousands of pieces of child pornography seized from the former nurse in Whatì.
Police in Yellowknife charged two of their own officers with assaulting a woman while she was being held in custody last fall. Both remain on active duty.
Fort Simpson police asked for help identifying three people suspected of breaking into the village Northern store's gas station in the early hours of August 3.