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Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy Hainsworth

Jeremy came to Canada from the U.K. in 1971. He has worked across the media landscape from small-town B.C. newspapers to Vancouver’s big dailies and at The Calgary Herald as senior crime reporter. He has worked with The Canadian Press, Reuters and The Associated Press newswire services and was a Bloomberg News divisional foreign correspondent. A specialist in criminal/legal issues, Jeremy has been a frequent radio and TV news commentator.

Recent Work by Jeremy

Man gets 45 days in jail for Metro Vancouver crimes — including stealing a Nintendo

Man gets 45 days in jail for Metro Vancouver crimes — including stealing a Nintendo

Mark Trevor Ealy pleaded guilty to mischief, possession of stolen property, breach and theft charges.
Downtown Eastside hotel arsonist gets six months in jail

Downtown Eastside hotel arsonist gets six months in jail

Jared Adam Reiss had disconnected the fire alarm in his hotel room at 344 East Hastings St.
B.C. man charged with manslaughter in fatal Vancouver stabbing

B.C. man charged with manslaughter in fatal Vancouver stabbing

Jason Robert St. Anne was stabbed after an altercation near Yukon Street and West 5th Avenue.
B.C. renter caused explosion with portable gas stove, lawsuit alleges

B.C. renter caused explosion with portable gas stove, lawsuit alleges

Xiaolu Niu claimed the fire caused the sprinklers to go off, resulting in damage to the rental unit and adjacent suites.
B.C. man appears on murder charge tied to fatal stabbing

B.C. man appears on murder charge tied to fatal stabbing

Jonathan James Bulloch was stabbed on May 27, 2023 after an altercation near Davie and Bute streets. He later died in hospital.
B.C. masseur pleads not guilty to four counts of sexual assault

B.C. masseur pleads not guilty to four counts of sexual assault

Jun Dong Gao, 49, has elected to be tried by a provincial court judge.
B.C. sex worker killer, child abuser gets bail

B.C. sex worker killer, child abuser gets bail

Jatin Patel is accused of breaching a long-term supervision order after convictions for killing a sex worker and for sexually assaulting adolescent females.
B.C. nurse banned five years after sex assault convictions

B.C. nurse banned five years after sex assault convictions

"The inquiry committee found that the most severe outcome was necessary to ensure that public safety was not compromised."
Flushed finances: B.C. woman's drunken deuce costs big

Flushed finances: B.C. woman's drunken deuce costs big

A woman became inebriated and defecated throughout a man's home, "damaging his carpet, recliner, bed, pillows, comforter, sheets, and mattress protector."
B.C. man faces mischief, threat charges

B.C. man faces mischief, threat charges

Michael Gadd is accused of damaging three cars and the home of an East Vancouver resident. He also allegedly threatened two Delta women.
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