Tom Zytaruk

Surrey RCMP still investigating early morning crash involving a teenaged pedestrian in Surrey last month

Surrey RCMP calling for witnesses after SUV hits 17-year-old pedestrian in Clayton

The collision happened on Sept. 19, some time between 3:50 a.m. and 4:10 a.m., in the 19400-block of Fraser Highway.

Surrey RCMP still investigating early morning crash involving a teenaged pedestrian in Surrey last month
A clown at Surrey's Potters House of Horrors.

Parents urged to talk to children about ‘clown-related’ threats after Surrey incident

Safer Schools Together says many students see the creepy clown phenomenon as a prank and not as criminal behaviour

A clown at Surrey's Potters House of Horrors.
A Surrey woman has died after a scuba diving accident.

Surrey woman dies while scuba diving

The name of the 43-year-old victim had not been released by press time.

A Surrey woman has died after a scuba diving accident.
A clown at Surrey's Potters House of Horrors.

Creepy clown incident in Surrey

Clown who appeared to have a bat chased four teenagers in Surrey.

A clown at Surrey's Potters House of Horrors.
The 2016 Surrey Police Officer of the Year Awards recipients

Surrey Police Officer of the Year Awards: And the winners are…

Surrey RCMP's two "Police Officer of the Year" award winners work in the detachment's Special Victims Unit.

The 2016 Surrey Police Officer of the Year Awards recipients
Matthew Bowcott shares his cautionary story with students at Frank Hurt secondary school in Newton as part of WorkSafeBC’s Young Worker Speakers Program.

Burn victim urges Surrey youth to know their rights 
in the workplace

According to WorkSafeBC, 6,900 young workers – an average of 19 each day – were injured on the job in B.C. last year.

Matthew Bowcott shares his cautionary story with students at Frank Hurt secondary school in Newton as part of WorkSafeBC’s Young Worker Speakers Program.
Surrey's new top cop Chief Supt. Dwayne McDonald.

Surrey’s new top cop Dwayne McDonald comes full circle

In very same room he wrote entrance exam 24 years ago, Dwayne McDonald is named Surrey RCMP’s new officer in charge

Surrey's new top cop Chief Supt. Dwayne McDonald.
Surrey city Councillor Mike Starchuk (middle) receives agriculture award on behalf of the city.

Surrey wins UBCM award for agricultural know-how

Surrey won the Union of BC Municipality's inaugural award for Leadership and Innovation in Agriculture for its Biopod Initiative.

Surrey city Councillor Mike Starchuk (middle) receives agriculture award on behalf of the city.
Police investigate fatal stabbing of Troy Clysdale, 49, on 135A Street in Whalley

Crown stays charges against man in fatal Surrey stabbing

The Crown stays criminal charges against man who was arrested in connection with fatal stabbing of Troy Clysdale in Whalley on Sept. 14.

Police investigate fatal stabbing of Troy Clysdale, 49, on 135A Street in Whalley
Surrey firefighters, paramedics and police try to save a stabbing victim on Whalley's 135A Street

ZYTARUK: Whalley’s violent 135A Street, part two

Anyone frequenting the infamous 135A Street strip, as it is, is in a danger zone

Surrey firefighters, paramedics and police try to save a stabbing victim on Whalley's 135A Street
Chris Hoy, director of golf operations at Northview, with photo of golf icon Arnold Palmer (left), Chick Stewart and himself. Northview has two of Canada’s three Arnold Palmer-designed golf courses.

Surrey remembers golf legend Arnold Palmer

Flags are flying at half-mast at Surrey’s Northview Golf & Country Club this week for Arnold Palmer, who designed its two courses.

Chris Hoy, director of golf operations at Northview, with photo of golf icon Arnold Palmer (left), Chick Stewart and himself. Northview has two of Canada’s three Arnold Palmer-designed golf courses.
Police investigating another stabbing on Whalley's 135A Street

Surrey RCMP investigating another serious stabbing on Whalley’s 135A Street

A man was taken to hospital early Saturday morning after RCMP received a report about a stabbing in the 10600-block of 135A Street.

Police investigating another stabbing on Whalley's 135A Street
Who knows? Maybe the tree you plant on Saturday might look like this one day...

Hey Surrey, go plant a tree (on Saturday)

Everyone's invited to help plant 500 trees and shrubs at Surrey's National Tree Day Planting Party at Clayton Park this Saturday,

Who knows? Maybe the tree you plant on Saturday might look like this one day...
B.C.'s top RCMP officer Craig Callens speaks at gun amnesty presser on Thursday with Public Safety Minister Mike Morris in the wings.

Police expect October gun amnesty will save lives

In 2006 and 2013 more than 5,000 firearms including 900 handguns, two machine guns and 128,000 rounds of ammunition were surrendered.

B.C.'s top RCMP officer Craig Callens speaks at gun amnesty presser on Thursday with Public Safety Minister Mike Morris in the wings.
Aiden Brown

UPDATED: Missing 13-year-old Surrey boy found

Surrey RCMP say Aiden Brown, who was reported missing by his family on Wednesday, has been located and is safe.

Aiden Brown
Photo of Deanna Desjarlais, taken April 19, 2016. Her remains were found in Whalley's Hawthorne Park on May 17.

Surrey RCMP seeking tips that could shed light on mysterious death

Police are trying to trace the last steps of a Saskatoon woman whose remains were found in Whalley's Hawthorne Park in Surrey on May 17.

Photo of Deanna Desjarlais, taken April 19, 2016. Her remains were found in Whalley's Hawthorne Park on May 17.
Fentanyl pills seized in Surrey RCMP drug bust

Provincial government reveals measures to fight drug overdose crisis

B.C. the first province to deregulate naloxone, which can now be sold at health care sites, community agencies and treatment centres

Fentanyl pills seized in Surrey RCMP drug bust
Fentanyl pills seized by Surrey RCMP

NDP slams Liberals over fentanyl crisis

The provincial New Democrats say B.C.'s Liberal government is not treating the fentanyl overdosing crisis seriously enough.

Fentanyl pills seized by Surrey RCMP
First of a series of public safety meetings to be held tonight, Sept. 20

First in series of Surrey public safety forums tonight

They focus on local crime trends, the latest policing initiatives, crime prevention, and reporting crime and suspicious activity.

First of a series of public safety meetings to be held tonight, Sept. 20
Surrey RCMP are planning another series of neighbourhood safety meetings this fall.

Surrey RCMP plans neighbourhood safety meetings

Events will focus on local crime trends, the latest policing initiatives, crime prevention, and reporting crime and suspicious activity.

Surrey RCMP are planning another series of neighbourhood safety meetings this fall.