Court acquits man, wife in sexual assault case

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Surrey RCMP have issued a warning to the public, saying there may be other victims, after five incidents of alleged sexual assault have now been reported at two different locations of the same beauty business in Surrey. According to the prosecution, the girl was taken to Shankar's house on July 10, 2013 for treatment of her backache through "jhada" (a form of witchcraft). Prosecutors say the woman told authorities she became faint while inside a grocery store in Niles and took a candy bar without paying for it.

She was released and is scheduled to appear in court in May.

Police have charged a man after they say he broke into a home and sexually assaulted a woman inside.

The police were notified, and investigations into this incident are said to be ongoing. "While officers have identified a suspect in the 2016 incident, only one of the two suspects in the 2018 incidents has been identified".

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Kanagaratnam's remains were found buried in planters that McArthur, a landscaper, kept stored at the home of one of his clients. Police say he buried his victims' body parts in potted plants on properties where he worked as a self-employed landscaper.

Police believe there may be other victims who were sexually assaulted by Cornejo, using his position as pastor to coerce or persuade.

Shatik Dawes, 29, eventually exited the residence near Brown Street and Lloyd's Lane after a city police hostage negotiator was called to the scene, police said.

The Sheriff's Office asked anyone who knows or finds anything to contact detectives at 707-565-2185.

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