**Special Police Media Release**
On Monday July 28, 2014 at 5:45 pm Peterborough Lakefield Community Police received a call to Time Square Apartments, 211 Hunter Street East in regards to a disturbance, possibly involving firearms. Several officers arrived within minutes and located the victim in a second floor hallway suffering from an apparent gunshot wound. The victim, a 40 year old male was transported to Peterborough Regional Health Center with undetermined injuries. He was subsequently transported to St Michael’s Health Center in Toronto by air ambulance. The victim is being treated for life threatening injuries. It has been determined that 3 – 4 suspects attended an apartment unit in the building and became involved in an interaction with residents of the unit. The victim was subsequently shot by one of the suspects in a second floor hallway during the interaction. The building was contained by the first responding officers and the Emergency Response Team was called to the scene as it was unknown if the suspects had fled the apartment complex. Police are now actively seeking 3 – 4 male suspects involved in this shooting who may have fled the scene in an older model dark coloured vehicle. Members of the Criminal Investigation Unit, Major Crime are investigating this incident and are asking anyone with information regarding the suspects or vehicle to call police or CrimeStoppers.
Cuz if you're going to get a human size gnome, you might be as well prop it in the back seat of your car and make the dude look all chill. No word on whether he ordered an Iced Capp at Tim Hortons.
I have the privilege of mentoring 17-year-old Millbrook, Ont. teenager Patrick Stephen—aka "P Stephen"—this summer as part of Peterborough Economic Development's Summer Company Program, a youth entreneurship program for local area businesses. Patrick's business is called Stephen Digital, and focuses on commercial architecture photography and videography in Peterborough and the Kawarthas. Click here to view his website, and you can also follow him on Twitter and Facebook. Check out some samples below of his stunning photography. —Neil Morton
Paul Nabuurs represented Peterborough in the Art Battle National Championship at Maple Leaf Gardens last night (July 26th) in Toronto. He competed against contestants from across the country. Although he didn't win his round, he told us that he felt like he already won by making it this far.
[Contributed by PtboCanada's Evan Holt]