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Delta police probe anti-Christian graffiti, Langley’s Dallas Smith calls out concertgoers and more

1. North Delta church defaced with anti-Christian graffiti

Delta Police are investigating after a local church was vandalized with the disturbing message “Kill All Christans (sic) — god is not real.” See more >

2. Fundraiser supports Davidson family, legacy fund announced

The Abbotsford Community Foundation has established the Const. John Davidson “Shine On” Legacy fund that will have a youth focus in honour of the Abbotsford officer. See more >

3. Family grieves, remember cherised moments with son

Mike Serr has unique memories of his 19-year-old son, who died in an early morning car accident in Maple Ridge this week. See more >

4. More than 100 pedestrians hit in Surrey so far this year

“Shorter days and poor weather is a factor that leads to 43 per cent of all crashes with pedestrians occurring between October and January,” police explain. See more >

5. Langley-born Dallas Smith calls out ‘disgusting’ behaviour at B.C. show

In a tweet, Smith said he watched “girls and guys punching, pulling hair, groping girls,” from the stage Tuesday night at the Encana Events Centre. See more >

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