The Chinese consulate in Vancouver have confirmed officials are cooperating with the RCMP investigation into the alleged kidnaping for ransom of Peng Sun which happened on September 27th.
Sun’s body was found with the four suspects September 29th. The RCMP hasn’t stated how Sun died, or what happened between sept 27th and 29th.
Tian Zhang, 23, Casey James Hiscoe, 21, Dyllan James Green, 20, and Jacob Michael Gorelik, 18, have all been charged with interfering with a dead body.
An SUV with red diplomatic licence plates was also spotted at a bail hearing. It’s still unclear if the two people riding in the SUV are personally connected to Sun, but officials said the the Chinese consulate has offered help to Sun’s family.
The victims Robert Farrow 47, and Karen Currie 56, died in a house fire side by side in Vulcan on September 29th.
The fire investigators have determined the fire to have been deliberately set and is deemed an arson. Police to believe that the person responsible for the arson, Robert Farrow, died in the fire.
Mark Ian Seymour, AKA Mark Bramley 36, was found with stab wounds and without vital signs on the street near the of Division and York streets September 28th.
Seymour was transported to hospital by emergency crews where he was pronounced dead.
After canvassing the area, police are looking for two suspects that were seen fleeing the area. The two males have been described as white, wearing dark clothing and estimated to be between five-foot-10 and six feet tall.
Anyone with information is asked to contact McMullen at 613-549-4660, ext. 6281, or email@example.com.
Shawn Brown, 26, and Derrick Blackett, 30 were arrested on December 14th and charged with first degree murder, breaking and entering and possession of dangerous weapons.
Police arrived at the scene Sept 28th, where they found a man and woman, both critically injured.
The man was pronounced dead on arrival to the Stanton Territorial Hospital. The woman was sent to hospital and is being treated.
The man who turned himself in has been arrested for murder and attempted murder.
Cape Breton Regional Police have charged Cody Alexander Russell 21, from North Sydney with second degree murder following the stabbing death of Stephen Tyler Chisholm Sept 29th.
Cape Breton Regional Police spokeswoman Desiree Vassallo said police have confirmed the stabbings were the result of an altercation between the two men, who were known to each other.
The daylight execution of Duy Ly Nguyen happened at a busy Vancouver shopping mall Spetember 27th.
Nguyen 30, was gunned down just after 2 p.m while in his car, police say they believe shooting is targeted — the result of an ongoing gang conflict on the Lower Mainland.
There have been no arrests made in the case.
Little information has been found on the stabbing death of Edwin Johnson, 48, at Viger Square on September 27th over an alleged drug conflict.
Police said Paul Evans Gordon Gray, 36 has been charged.
Police were called in Sept 25th to the Otway’s home for assistance, on arrival they found 42-year-old Jennifer Otway dead inside the home.
38 year old Jason Otway was arrested at the Edmonton home and charged with second degree murder. The two children who were in the home were unharmed.
The cause of death has not been released.
Police were called to an incident on September 24th where they found Madad Kenyi 53 year-old male of no fixed address. The victim was later pronounced dead in hospital.
Nathan Bell of no fixed address has been charged with second-degree murder. Brian Nelson of no fixed address, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder. Gary Hoffman, turned himself in on September 27th has also been charged with second-degree murder.
Andrew Ramdass, 31, of no fixed address, has been charged with aggravated assault and Emmanuel Blowes-Serrata is maintaining his innocence.
September 23th Police received a call about a man who was in distress. Upon arrival officers realized the man Edwidge Jacques 25, had been stabbed several times.
He was taken to hospital where he died a short time later.
This death marks Montreal’s 21st homicide of 2015.