Gordon Alexander David arrested in the death of Cady Quaw

Gordon Alexander David, the man accused of killing his spouse, 23-year old Cady Quaw, in Surrey, B.C. May 10th, has been arrested in Vancouver. He faces charges of manslaughter and aggravated assault, according to homicide investigators.

Police say Quaw, 23, died from her injuries but they are not identifying the second woman who remains in critical condition in hospital. Gordon will be facing aggrivated assault charges in the case of the un-named woman.

He was arrested by Vancouver police while walking on Granville Street.

Randy Janzen has allegedly confessed to shooting death of his daughter, wife and sister.

Randy Janzen says he killed his 19-year-old daughter Emily Janzen, because she suffered from migraines, according to a post on his social media site on May 7th.

He said that he murdered his wife, Laurel Sinclair, because “a mother should never have to hear the news her baby has died.”

He killed his sister, Shelly Janzen, he claimed, to spare her the shame of what he did.

Police found Randy Janzen dead in the Langley home.

Arrests made in connection with murder of Sharif Said

21-year-old Said’s bullet-riddled body was found in the middle of Tremblay Rd.  on May 3rd, near a Honda Civic with both doors wide open looked like a drug-related killing.

Police say it’s too early to determine whether the city’s third homicide of 2015 had any ties to gang activity.

Khalid Mohammad, 26, has been charged with second-degree murder. Abdulaziz Abdullah, 28, has been charged with accessory after the fact for allegedly helping Mohammad flee.

Jose Amestica charged with the murder of Kevin McNally

On April 29th Kevin McNally and Jose Amestica got into a fight turned stabbing.

Kevin McNally was transported to hosiptal to be treated for stab woulnds and Amestica was carged with aggravated assault, Thwe carge has since been elevated to second degree murder as McNally passed away on May 2nd in hospital.

Police are urging anyone who witnessed the altercation between the two men to contact the West Kelowna RCMP at 250-768-2880 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477