Charges laid in the homicide of Matthew Perry

London Police responded to a call of medical distress on January 6th at around 5:00 pm at 446 King Street. Police arrived to find Matthew Perry 24 severely injured outside the apartment building.

Perry was rushed to hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. A second victim was found in the 4th floor apartment but was expected to survive.

Autopsy reports revealed the Perry’s injuries were sustained from a fall from height.

Three people, William Tombs, 41, David George, 37, and Allan Baptiste, 47, have been charged with manslaughter as well Forcible Confinement, assault, and kidnapping (the second victim).

Five other people Clayton More, 34, Tabitha Williams, 35, Amanda Onstad, 28, Justin Christensen, 28, and Bradley Smith, 35 have been charged with two counts of forcible confinement, two counts of assault, and one count of kidnapping (the second victim)

Second degree murder charged in Nipawin suspicious death of Charles Francis Letendre

Nipawin RCMP responded to a call of an unresponsive man on January 4th at around 11pm in the 500 block of 1st Avenue.

Police located 57 year old Charles Francis Letendre, who was pronounced dead at the scene. Originally police said the death was suspicious, however autopsy revealed that the death of Letendre was a homicide. The cause of death has not been released.

Danny Brian Crate 32, has been charged with second degree murder.

 

Body found in Gatineau home leads to a homicide investigation

Gatineau Police responded to a call of a man acting strangely on January 18th at 171 boulevard de la Cité-des-Jeunes.

Officers located and apprehended the agitated man behind the residence. Once inside the home, police found an unresponsive elderly woman who was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police have not released the woman’s name, however neighbors said it was the 83 year old owner of the home.

More to come…

 

Man found dead in Atikameg

High Prairie RCMP responded to a report of gunshots on January 14th at around 9:15pm at a home in Atikameg.

Police arived e to find a 32 year old man dead at the scene. The victims name will not be released to the public at this time.

Police do not believe the homicide was random, and ask anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

24 year old Mylène Laliberté found dead in Saint-Lin-Laurentides

Police were called to a home in Saint-Lin-Laurentides on January 13 at around 8:30pm on report of an unresponsive woman.

Mylene Laliberté 24, was found by police. She was pronounced dead at the scene. An important witness was admitted to hospital with self-inflicted wounds on Friday night.

Update January 15th

Police have arrested a 21 year old man in connection to the murder. An unofficial source has said the man is Maxime Aubin, the ex-boyfriend of Laliberté.

Suspected Drug Dealer Ali Awada Shot to Death in Montreal

Montreal police were called to the area of Sabrevois Street and des Récollets Avenue on January 13th on reports of gunshots at around 9pm.

Police arrived at the scene to find Ali Awada 28, on the ground suffering from a gunshot wound. He was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Awada is a suspected drug dealer with ties to the Italian Mafia.

No arrests have been made at this time.

The death of Ali Awada is Montreal’s second homicide of 2017. Albert Arsenault, died in 2016 but police have declared his death as the first Montreal homicide of 2017.

Update: Saskatoon’s first homicide victim on 2017, male victim dies as a result of an assault

Saskatoon police responded to a report of an injured man in a home on the 200 block of Avenue I South, January 11th Just before midnight.

Police found a 45 year old male victim of an apparent assault. The man was sent to hospital where he died of his injuries.

Police have not released the victim’s name at this time.

More to come…

Update January 15th

Daniel Forest, 27, turned himself into Saskatoon police. Forest was questioned by police and charged with second degree murder.

Two men found dead in a vehicle in Edmonton

Edmonton police responded to report of two men in distress at Charlesworth Drive and 39 Street, at approximately 1:30pm on January 11th.  Police arrived to find two men dead inside  vehicle.

An autopsy was conducted on January 12th, however the cause of death has not been released.

Police are asking the public to contact the Edmonton Police Force with any information they have regarding the deaths at 780-423-4567 .