5 Things You Need to Know Today: June 23, 2016

Today's top stories

All Over Tan Costs $490

Barrie Centennial Beach 2 (Dan)

A 22-year-old man swimming and sunbathing at Centennial Park in the nude has been charged by Barrie Police. As a reminder indecent conduct in forbidden in Barrie parks. Read more here.

 

Some Loose Nuts In Penetanguishene

Nuts

(Photo by Mark Turnackas via Flickr)

After multiple cars within the same area have recently been found with loosened nuts, OPP suspect someone may be tampering with vehicles. Luckily drivers spotted the problem before anyone was hurt. Read more here.
 

Air Soft Pistol Confiscated, Man Arrested In Convenience Store Hold-Up

Police Vest Crest (Dan)

A 23-year-old man has been arrested after holding up a convenience store on Dunlop Street. He fled the scene on foot and was arrested shortly thereafter, with charges including dangerous weapons and uttering threats. Read more here.
 

UPDATE: Canada On Risky Rescue Mission To Antarctica

Station

With two workers in a remote outpost in need of emergency medical care, Canadian flight crews made a dangerous rescue mission. Despite temperatures of -60 Celsius, the crews were able to make it back safely. Read more here.
 

In Pacific Palisades, California the heirs to Jeffery Lash’s estate say they want to send a message to America


Lash left them a stockpile of more than 1500 guns and 2-and-a-half tons of ammunition – all of which were purchased legally. His heirs want nothing to do with them or the millions of dollars they could earn from selling them. Instead, they will have the weapons destroyed…to keep them off the streets.