Roxanne Louie, who moved to Vancouver from Oliver, was visiting the south Okanagan for the holidays. A family member reported her missing after she missed her flight from Penticton back to Vancouver, said RCMP in a news release.
Louie, 26, was last seen leaving her mother-in-law’s home early on Jan. 4 on her way to meet some unknown friends.
Police confirmed Monday Jan. 12th that Grace Elinor Robotti, 65, has been charged with second-degree murder, and her brother, Pier Louis Robotti, 63, has been charged with being an accessory to murder and interfering with human remains.
A St. John’s man was stabbed to death allegedly by his co-worker on Jan 11th, 2015, inside a minivan that was transporting them both to work.
Raymond Stacey, 23, appeared in St. John’s provincial court Monday where he was charged with second-degree murder in relation to the death of Clifford Comerford.
The killing has left the family questioning why anyone would hurt a man whom they described as quiet and harmless.
“My brother Cliff was just as quiet as could be, he was kindhearted, he wouldn’t hurt so much as a flea,” Winsor said.
“He was brutally, brutally assaulted and stabbed several times, and where we are even unable to see the body — it’s that bad.”
The two bodies found in the trunk of a pickup truck Jan 10th in Mascouche are indeed those of Nancy Beaulieu 41, and Martin Belair 37 years, manager and co-owner of Flamingo Cabaret Saint-Hyacinthe.
Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-659-4264 or visit the command post at 760 Avenue de la Gare in Mascouche.
Toronto police issued a news release advising that Roderick McIntosh , 67, of Toronto had been charged in the death of Brent Gartner. McIntosh was the injured man found near the scene of the stabbing on Jan 10th.
Police were called to an apartment at 330 Jarvis St. on Saturday evening, where they found the 51-year-old Gartner suffering from multiple stab and slash wounds.
Gartner was rushed to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead.
The body of the 25 year old man was found inside the Fort McMurray home on Jan 9th. The two other men that lived in the house were away at the time of the fire.
Investigators have ruled the death of the man a homicide.
Nathan Miller, 20, was shot to death on Jan. 8, after a group of five men entered a house in Hamilton, where Miller was.
A 15-year-old is part of a group charged with first-degree murder in the January shooting death of a Toronto man.
The Hamilton teen cannot be named, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder,after a takedown near Main and Sanford streets June 17th.
Shamoiey Akindejoye, 21, from Mississauga, is charged with first-degree murder.
A third man — who is in custody — is expected to be charged in the murder at his next court appearance
Two seniors are dead in what police believe is a murder-suicide in the Hamlet of Entwistle.
At around 1:30 p.m. on Jan 7th, Evansburg RCMP were asked to check on a woman’s elderly parents at their Entwistle home. Inside the residence, officers found the couple, both aged 73, deceased. The pair died of apparent gunshot wounds.
There was no sign of forced entry and the residence was secured from the inside, this lead police to believe this incident was a murder suicide.
The name of the couple is not being released at the family’s request.
A Nova Scotia family is trying to recover from an unspeakable tragedy that took three of their own.
An older couple and their daughter died in a fire Jan, 7th 2015. The couple’s grandson is charged in their deaths.
Codey Reginald Hennigar, 30, of Wyses Corner, has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of 74-year-old Ida Raye Ward. He also faces two other charges of second-degree murder in the deaths of Clifford William Ward, 81, and Mildred Ann Ward, 54, both from Wyses Corner.
Officers discovered Brenda Walker’s body at a residence in the 100 block of Sixth Avenue around 1 a.m Jan. 6th just minutes after she called 911 for help.
Walker’s ex-boyfriend, Glenn Randall, 52, of Strathmore, was arrested and charged without incident on Tuesday.
A 29-year-old man has been arrested after a body was found in a home in East Vancouver on Jan 6. Kenneth Conrad Izzard has been charged with manslaughter after Jeffery Scott Nasa-Dyke was found dead inside his apartment near Triumph and Nanaimo Streets.
Update: What was believed to be the first homicide in Vancouver in 2015 has now been proven otherwise. Nasa-Dyke was last seen eight weeks ago on Nov. 13, and reported missing to the Vancouver Police on Nov. 19. His body was found in a decomposed state, and police believe he may have been moved several times before ending up in Izzard’s apartment.
“The death occurred about eight weeks ago. We don’t think the body has necessarily been there the whole time. It would suggest multiple crime scenes,” says Vancouver Cst. Brian Montague.