Juris Graney, Edmonton Journal

Juris Graney

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Edmonton, AB, Canada

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Past articles by Juris:

'Sharks are circling': On the streets with Edmonton’s human trafficking and exploitation unit

Part 1: Though it's legal to sell sex, Edmonton's human trafficking and exploitation unit still works to connect with women at risk. → Read More

Pedestrian dies a week after being struck by truck in city's west

A 32-year-old man who was struck by a semi-trailer dump truck in the city’s west more than a week ago has died in an Edmonton hospital, say police. → Read More

Tip from Australian police leads to child porn arrest in central Alberta

A tip from Australian police helped the province’s integrated internet child exploitation unit to arrest a central Alberta man for making and possessing child pornography. → Read More

Downtown Edmonton rally to show solidarity for Wet’suwet’en Nation blocks Jasper Avenue

Downtown Edmonton traffic was brought to a standstill along Jasper Avenue Tuesday night for a rally in support of the Wet’suwet’en Nation in British Columbia. → Read More

Lloydminster man dead after head-on crash between car and semi-trailer

A 40-year-old Lloydminster man is dead after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 55 near Bonnyville Monday afternoon. Police said Tuesday the crash between the car and a semi-trailer happened at about 3:30 p.m. → Read More

Couple on the run after 2017 Lac La Biche killing arrested by RCMP

Two people on the run from police for over a year for their alleged roles in the slaying of a man in Lac La Biche have been arrested by Mounties in Two Hills. Michael Matthew Mountain was shot in the early hours of Oct. → Read More

Pipeline truck convoy may cause Edmonton traffic snarls, police warn

Edmonton police are warning motorists to expect delays on Anthony Henday Drive Tuesday morning as truckers take to the roads as part of the ‘Stand Up Canada Yellow Vest Pipeline Rally’ event. → Read More

Attempted murder charges laid against High Level man who shot at Mounties

A man from northern Alberta is facing two counts of attempted murder after he and police exchanged gunfire at a home south of High Level earlier this month. Mounties arrived at a home just after 8 p.m. on Jan. → Read More

Crack cocaine, ketamine and fentanyl among drugs seized during Calling Lake police raid

Crack cocaine, ketamine and fentanyl were among some of the narcotics recovered by Athabasca RCMP after a Saturday drug bust at a home in Calling Lake Saturday. Police raided the home just after 5 a.m. → Read More

Two arrested in northern Alberta methamphetamine bust

Mounties have seized what they say is methamphetamine with an estimated street value of up to $40,000 from a home and a vehicle in the hamlet of Ardmore in northern Alberta. → Read More

Cocaine, gun and ammunition seized in city's northeast during police bust

Cocaine with an estimated street value of $144,000 and a stolen handgun were seized as part of an Edmonton Police Service drug trafficking investigation operation that wrapped last week. Along with the 2.4kg of cocaine, police also recovered 7. → Read More

Driver clocked more than double the speed limit in 70km/h zone fined $1,500: RCMP

A driver in Strathcona County clocked at 146km/h in a 70km/h zone has had their licence suspended for 60 days and been fined $1,500 by Mounties. The suspension was one of four notable infringements noted by RCMP in recent weeks. → Read More

Aggressive road rage attack in city's west has police seeking tips

An “aggressive” road rage case in west Edmonton last week resulted in an altercation between the passenger of a truck and the driver of a sedan, say police, now looking for tips. → Read More

'Very active' commercial land market helps Edmonton real estate market reach five-year record

A new analysis of the 2018 commercial real estate market in Edmonton shows positive signs of an economic recovery with the overall dollar value of sales citywide up by about 30 per cent compared to 2017. → Read More

Mother found guilty of breaking two-year-old daughter's ankles and failing to seek medical attention

An Edmonton mother who intentionally broke her two-year-old daughter’s ankles and failed to seek medical attention has been found guilty of assault causing bodily harm, aggravated assault and failing to provide the necessities of life. → Read More

Trapped pollution over Edmonton prompts Environment Canada special air quality warning

Pollution trapped under an atmospheric inversion around Edmonton could cause poor air quality up until Monday afternoon and aggravate symptoms of people with breathing troubles, Environment Canada warned Sunday. → Read More

Alberta police watchdog ASIRT at 'critical mass' after busy year of investigations

Alberta’s police watchdog is at “critical mass” when it comes to the number of investigations it can handle thanks in part to the increased complexity of sensitive investigations and a jump in police-involved shootings in 2018. → Read More

Mounting tensions: Alberta big game hunter sues taxidermist for damages to exotic hides

An Alberta big game hunter has won more than $25,000 in damages against an Edmonton taxidermist who he claimed improperly handled 17 animal hides that he collected on hunts from around the world, i… → Read More

Edmonton's latest homicide victim died from multiple gunshot wounds: Police

Edmonton’s latest homicide victim, found dead on the sidewalk in north Edmonton earlier this week, died from “multiple gunshot wounds,” autopsy results released Saturday show. → Read More

Alleged Hells Angels member gets 18 months house arrest after ALERT gang bust

A man who police say is a full-patch member of the Hells Angels motorcycle gang was handed an 18-month conditional sentence Friday stemming from a lengthy investigation into stolen property by the province’s organized crime and gang squad. → Read More