Vancouver Police were called to the 500-block of West 27th Avenue after receiving 911 calls of multiple shots fired on May 16th at around 10:30pm.
Police arrived to find 23 year old Kennith King-Lok Leung who was known to police in his SUV. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
No arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call the Vancouver Police or Crime Stoppers.
Guiseppe Zecca, 38, was found at around 11 pm on May 10th by a passerby on an Abbotsford road. Zecca was suffering from a head wound along with other life threatening injuries. Paramedicis attended to Zecca however he died at the scene.
Andre Provencal 23, was arrested on May 11, and charged with assault with a weapon. On May 14, police arrested Shiloh Davidson 31, and charged him with second-degree murder.
Police received a call about a deceased male just before 5 pm PT on May 3rd on a blueberry farm in rural Abbotsford. Boota Poonia and his wife found the body, Poonia said the deceased was covered in blood and apparently 3 or 4 small holes in the body.
The victim has not been identified, but is believed to be in his 30’s.
Police have not released any other information regarding this case.
Gerald Leslie Dolman, 63 has been charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of a 49 year old man on May 3rd.
Mounties were called to the parking lot of Salish Plaza on reports of a stabbing at around 3:30 pm.
Witnesses said that Dolman’s vehicle was following the victim’s car on Yale Road. Dolman allegedly struck a cyclist while following the victim (no word on the extent of the cyclists injuries). Doleman and the victims cars collided in front of the Save-On-Foods grocery store.
Dolman and the victim then became involved with a physical argument which lead to the stabbing death of the 49 year old man.
Lethbridge Police were called to a home on 18 Street North at around 9:40 pm on April 28th. On arrival they found Shelley Praill 54, suffering life threatening injuries from a stab wound.
Jessica Lee Ann Praill, 28, was arrested at the scene and later charged with second degree murder.
Police believe an argument between the two lead to the murder.
Coquitlam RCMP were called to the North Fraser Pre-Trial holdings after an inmate was severely beaten on April 17th by his cellmate.
Neil Leslie was send to hospital where he died on April 22.
Leslie’s cellmate Zachariah Pakarinen, 27, has been charged with manslaughter in the beating death.
RCMP were called to a home at 46000 Princess Avenue on April 18th on reports of gunfire.
On arrival RCMP found 33 year old David Williams, who had been shot in the face, dead at the scene. Witnesses said there was an argument between a group of people before Williams was shot.
Williams was a father of three and had a baby on the way with his girlfriend Courtney Csada 18.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the IHIT information line at 1-877-551-IHIT(4448)
UPDATE – Sept 3
Daniel Fabas is facing a second degree murder charge in the death of David Williams.
Update August 28th 217
Daniel Fabas, 35, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of David Williams, 33, was sentenced to 7 years in prison on August 27th.
Burnaby police recieved a call of shots fired on April 3rd. On April 4th Police found the body of Ray Jopowicz 41, on the Byrne Creek Trail in Burnaby.
No other information has been released.
No charges have been laid.
Burnaby Mounties were called out to Byrne Creek Trail around 8pm on April 3rd on reports of gunshots. After searching the area mounties found the body of a man on the train. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police have not released the name of the victim at this time.
Robinder Virk 32, of Surrey was was last seen alive, on January 3rd, and was reported missing by family a week later.
On March 3rd 2016, the remains of Virk were found near a home on the Tsawwassen First Nation. Police have not released the cause of death, however they do believe that the homicide was targetted.
Anyone with information regarding the homicide of Virk, should call the Delta Police at 604-946-4411 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477