Hamilton Police were called to a home on Birge Street, one block from the Hamilton General Hospital on January 24th. Police and paramedics found the 31 year old Richard Cowder outside on the sidewalk, suffering from a serious stab wound.
The victim was transported to hospital where he passed away a short time after.
Police are awaiting a search warrant to gather more information in this investigation.
Anyone with information about the crime please call Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477.
Police have released some detail about the suspect and ask for the publics help. The man has been described as aboriginal or having a tanned complexion, in his 30s, 5’9″ – 5’10”, slim build with short dark hair. He arrived at the residence on a bicycle which he fled on after the incident.
Hamilton Police responded to a 911 call at the Admiral Inn around 2:30 a.m on January 23 where they found the body of Tammy Le 25, of Markham in a guest room.
Little information has been released reading this homicide at this time.
Police say anyone with information about this incident should call Det. Ross Johnson at 905-546-3827, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
It was Tammy Le’s husband who found her dead in the hotel room. Police say Le’s husband was out of the room for a period of time, and stress that he is not a suspect. Police aren’t releasing the cause of death or how the killer got into the room at this time.
The body of Terry Moore 30, the man suspected of killing Tammy Le, suspected sex worker, was found hanging from a tree Monday morning behind the parking lot at Vanier secondary school around 2 km from the murder scene.
On January 27th Hamilton police said Tammy Le died of external neck compression.
Police are looking for the Good Samaritan who found Moore’s wallet on the night of the homicide. Hamilton Police are also looking for the victim and the suspects cellphones and believe they may be in the area around the Admiral Inn, the ravine or Vanier school.
18-year-old Shariek Douse was shot and killed in Hamilton’s North End on August 12.
Police and paramedics were called to a community housing complex on MacNab Street North near Simcoe Street. Witnesses say they heard 3 gunshots, and saw a teen in a red shirt running away.
What lead to Shariek Douse being shot and killed on August 12th stemmed from a “previous stupid Twitter beef,” his cousin and friends say.
Anyone with information regarding this murder should call Hamilton Police at (905) 546-2929.
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.
William McConville died in hospital May 15th, three days after he was rushed there after being assaulted in broad daylight outside his apartment building at Stinson Street and Victoria Avenue South in Hamilton.
police were called to an assault in progress May 12th at 11 a.m. When they arrived, McConville was found unconscious and with serious injuries and the assailants had taken off.
Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Daryl Reid at 905-546-3823 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477
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