A parking lot in downtown Chilliwack remained behind police tape Saturday morning following a stabbing Friday night that left two people dead and another injured. The Integrated Homicide Investigative Team is investigating. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress) A parking lot in downtown Chilliwack remained behind police tape Saturday morning following a stabbing Friday night that left two people dead and another injured. The Integrated Homicide Investigative Team is investigating. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

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Witnesses scared after Chilliwack double homicide, Delta Police stop a joyride and more

1. Chilliwack stabbing victims were innocent bystanders trying to help: witness

The girlfriend of one of the men killed in a brazen downtown Chilliwack stabbing on July 7 says he was just trying to help when he was attacked by a group of men. See more >

2. One day in jail for running red light, slamming into van full of kids

Jakub Igancy Moryson, 36, was also slapped with a three-year driving ban for dangerous operation of a motor vehicle. See more >

3. Lamborghini clocks 155 km/hr on Delta highway

The driver of a luxury car saw their joyride end at the hands of Delta Police officers on Tuesday afternoon. See more >

4. Mama peacock lays four eggs on Surrey doorstep

It’s kind of like having National Geographic on your porch. See more >

5. South Surrey motorcyclist on life support

A family member close to the 56-year-old man told Peace Arch News Tuesday that he received a brain injury and if he were to wake up, doctors said he would be in a vegetative state. See more >


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