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[TPS] – Investigation into Assault on Parking Enforcement Officer, College Street and Manning Avenue area, Man, 56, charged

In Writing (all kinds) on May 12, 2017 at 1:19 PM
Toronto Police Service
News Release

Investigation into Assault on Parking Enforcement Officer, College Street and Manning Avenue area, Man, 56, charged

Friday, May 12, 20171:15 PM
14 Division

The Toronto Police Service would like to inform the public of an arrest in an investigation into an Assault on a Parking Enforcement Officer.

It is alleged that:

– on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at approximately 3 p.m., a Parking Enforcement Officer was enforcing municipal by-laws on Manning Avenue near College Street

– the officer was in the process of writing a ticket for a vehicle parked illegally on Manning Avenue

– he was approached by a man who identified himself as the owner of the vehicle

– the officer explained the circumstances under which he was issuing the ticket

– when the officer attempted to serve the ticket, the man pushed the officer, causing him to fall to the ground

Police were called.

On Wednesday, May 10, 2017, Victor Carvalho, 56, of Toronto was arrested. He has been charged with:

1) Assault Peace Officer

He was scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Thursday, May 11, 2017, 10 a.m.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-1400, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at, or text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637). Download the free Crime Stoppers Mobile App on iTunes, Google Play or Blackberry App World.

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Constable Allyson Douglas-Cook, Corporate Communications, for Brian Moniz, Parking Enforcement

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Making Decisions

In Writing (all kinds) on May 12, 2017 at 3:00 AM

By Saad Zafar

A lot of times, I get stuck on decisions. It’s not that I’m indecisive. It’s just that the realization that each decision you make — whether big or small — has an impact (either big or small) on the rest of your life. When you’re in your twenties, you tend not to pay attention to that fact.

But when you’re in your thirties and you realize that the place you are at in your (professional or personal) life is the sum total of each and every (major and minor decision) you have ever made in your whole life, you tend to be a bit more cautious. You tend to think a little longer before you make that big decision. Read the rest of this entry »

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