A 17-year-old has been charged with second degree murder June 2nd following the lunch-hour stabbing of Brett Bourne, 17 in Winnipeg.
Brett Bourne is the former Kelvin student rushed to hospital after a fight over “relationship issues” at the school turned into a stabbing.
Bourne was pronounced dead in hospital.
Wells Tony Gallagher is dead and David Christopher Van Den is in custody following a stabbing near the Baselines Pub in Langley on June 1.
Gallagher a homeless man was stabbed several times and died of his injuries. Van Den of no fixed address has been charged with second degree murder.
Justin Scott was wanted for first-degree murder was found and arrested in Notre-Dame-de-Grace, a west end Montreal neighbourhood.
His mother Linda Scott’s body was found in an apartment, near Danforth and Woodbine Avenues,on June 1st. The death was determined to be suspicious.
According to police, there were visible signs of trauma on the body.
Police say Patel was shot in front of Conrad’s Hair Styling Barber Shop, located in Scarborough on June 1st. Police say a fight broke out and Arif Patel was shot.
On Wednesday, June 3, 2015, Syed Mohammed Ali Zaidi, 19, of Toronto surrendered to police. He has been charged with second degree murder.
Canada May Murder Count: 39
Age of Youngest Victim: 11
Age of Oldest Victim: 89
Murders By Province or Territory
Murders by Type
Victims and links to more information on each homicide:
Garcia Larez, Charlie Cecilia, Montreal, QC
Angutiguluk, Nellie, Montreal, QC
Belisario, Redelma, 62.0, Richmond BC
Cardinal, Creedance, 31.0, Saddle Lake AB
Demers, Chantal, 46.0, Quebec City QC
Dykens, Dorothy, 89.0, Winnipeg MB
Fischer, Elizabeth, 82.0, Erin ON
Gangaram, Suraiya, 21.0, Toronto ON
Gordic, Luka, 19.0, Whistler BC
Hamel, Louise, 51.0, Sorel-Tracey QC
James, Jesse, London, ON
Janzen, Emily, 19.0, Rosedale BC
Janzen, Shelly, 53.0, Rosedale BC
Levac, Serge, 54.0, Montreal QC
Mason, Marlon Lennox, 33.0, Toronto ON
McConville, William, 40.0, Hamilton ON
McNally, Kevin, Kelowna, BC
Nanokeesic, Joshua, 16.0, Kitchenuhmaykoosib ON
Parkes, Herma, 71.0, Richmond Hill ON
Pascal, Trent Mark, 22.0, Regina SK
Quaw, Cady, 23.0, Surrey BC
Robinson, Teresa Casandra, 11.0, Garden Hill MB
Said, Sharif, 21.0, Ottawa ON
Simon, Percy, 33.0, Manitoulin Island ON
Sinclair, Laurel, Rosedale, BC
Singh, Nitiyand Gary, 22.0, Toronto ON
Ventura, Paul, Toronto, ON
Yawney, Celeste, 33.0, Regina SK
Yuan, Gang, 42.0, Vancouver BC
Yusuf, Abdiweli Mohamed, 21.0, Toronto ON
Zanoni, Taylor John, 23.0, Calgary AB
Zecca, Giuseppe, 38.0, Abbotsford BC
Leary, Kathleen, 66, Winnipeg MB
Richard, Milton, 35, Winnipeg, MB
Alpheus Burns, 70, Melfort, SK
Crane,Brittaney Medicine, 24, Stand Off, AB
Napope, Troy, Prince Albert, SK
Troy Cecil Napope’s 23, burnt out car was found in May in Prince Albert, however he is still missing and police are now considering his disappearance to be a homicide.
Napope’s car was found on May 28th, and he was reported missing on June 6th. Police have no leads on locating the body of Napope, but believe that he is dead.
A 36-year-old woman was found dead in her home in Cote des Neiges May 30th.
Firefighters discovered her lifeless body in her apartment. Police say there were no marks of violence on the body, but circumstances have led them to believe the death is suspicious.
Serge Levac was alive when he was found by police in his home on May 28th. Police said he was suffering from a stab wound and was rused to hospital where he later died.
Daisy Lachance, 29, has been charged with second-degree murder in his death.
Jason George Costouros 32, the victim of a fatal Edmonton shooting on May 28th, had a gruesome criminal history.
Police were called to a home on May 28th on a weapons complaint. They found Costouros dead on the driveway of him parents home. Edmonton police have confirmed that Costouros died as a result of a gun shot wound.
Police have not named any suspects at this time.
In 2007 Costouros was charged with being accessory to murder and interfering with a dead body in the vicious death of David Wong.
The fire that claimed the life of a 26-year-old Renee Neganiwina has been ruled a homicide, and now the man she lived with is facing second degree murder charges, police announced.
Joseph Snelgrove, 38, who police say was in a relationship with Neganiwina, is now in police custody. Police say the two lived together in the home.
Snelgrove turned himself in to Toronto Police. He was transported back to Hamilton where he was interviewed by detectives from the local homicide unit. Police have now charged him with second degree murder.