London Police responded to a report of an assault in the parking lot of Mac’s Milk at 925 Wonderland Road South on April 29th at approximately 1:00am.
Police found the victim who was later identified as Vijay Bhatia 64, at the scene without vitals. Bhatia was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
Police said the victim had picked up a fare of two people and drove them to 925 Wonderland Road South where he was assaulted by one of the passengers.
Cody Perkin, 23, of London has been charged with second degree murder.
London Police responded to a call of medical distress on January 6th at around 5:00 pm at 446 King Street. Police arrived to find Matthew Perry 24 severely injured outside the apartment building.
Perry was rushed to hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. A second victim was found in the 4th floor apartment but was expected to survive.
Autopsy reports revealed the Perry’s injuries were sustained from a fall from height.
Three people, William Tombs, 41, David George, 37, and Allan Baptiste, 47, have been charged with manslaughter as well Forcible Confinement, assault, and kidnapping (the second victim).
Five other people Clayton More, 34, Tabitha Williams, 35, Amanda Onstad, 28, Justin Christensen, 28, and Bradley Smith, 35 have been charged with two counts of forcible confinement, two counts of assault, and one count of kidnapping (the second victim)
London police responded to calls of a disturbance at the Imperio Banquet Hall at 109 Falcon Street, just after midnight on December 18th.
Police arrived to find Chad Robinson 26, of Guelph Ontario unresponsive suffering from a stab wound. Ems rushed Robinson to hospital where he died of his injuries.
According to London Police media release four men have been charged with assault causing bodily harm, in relation to a second victim who did not die from their injuries. The four men are Miguel Chacon-Perez, 27, Irvin Aparicio Chicas, 26, Samuel Aparicio, 25, and Octavio Merino, 25, all from of London.
There has been no word on what charges these men face in the death of Chad Robinson at this time.
The death of Chad Robinson is the 4th homicide for London in 2016. Links to previous victims can be found below.
Jane Doe – February 12
Dakoda Martin – May 28
Nathan Deslippe – August 28
Update December 21
Miguel Chacon-Perez 27, has been charged with second degree murder in the death of Chad Robinson.
London police were called to a Colborne Street Apartment on August 28th at around 10 am. On arrival police found 27 year old Nathan Timothy Deslippe dead at the scene.
William Omar Joles 27, was arrested at the scene and is facing a charge of second degree murder.
More to come…
London Ontario police received a report of human remains in a dumpster on June 16th at around 11:30 am in the area of Mill street and Richmond street.
Investigators said on June 18th they had located the mother of the baby and said she may also responsible for placing the deceased in the dumpster. Samantha Richards, 23 was arrested and charged with neglect to obtain assistance in child birth and the disposing of the body of a child after delivery.
An autopsy will be performed this week to reveal if the infant was murdered.
More to come…
London Police were called to the area of Clarence St. and Dufferin Ave. at around 3:00am on reports of a stabbing on May 28th. Police arrived to find 21 year old Dakoda Martin, suffering from a stab wound to the chest.
Martin was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead. A 32 year old un-named man was found suffering from a stab wound not far from the stabbing of Martin. The 32 year old man sustained a stab wound to the torso, he was treated at hospital and sent home.
Police Arrested Jeremy Reddick 32, and he is facing one count of second degree murder and one count of aggravated assault.
Not much information has been offered in London’s first homicide of 2016. Police were called to check on the welfare of occupants at an apartment on Grand Ave at around 5:30 pm on February 12th. Police found a woman dead in the apartment.
Hours later a man was found dead in a nearby auto garage. Police said the murder suicide was domestic related.
The names are not being released because the family has requested privacy. However neighbours were worried after the garage owner Mahmoud (Michele) Abdulrahim didn’t show up Saturday, could not be found.
Two days before Christmas, Alekesji Guzhavin 31 of London Ontario was shot and killed at a Windsor Ontario home. Police responded to a 911 call and found Guzhavin dead and another man Gregory Henriquez injured.
Dia’Eddin Hanan of Windsor has been charged with attempted murder and first-degree murder.
Police have not released motive, they did say Guzhavin was facing many charges at the time of his death, including two counts of attempted murder.
When Police arrived to her east London Apartment they found Suzan Aisha Jacob, 50, with multiple stab wounds. Jacob was taken to hospital where she died of her injuries, said police.
Juma Kuol, 49, is charged with second-degree murder.
London Police have confirmed the victim and the accused of Wednesday’s fatal stabbing were not in a domestic relationship, however they were known to each other, and considered themselves friends.
London police say Jeremy Ryan Cook, 18, left his cellphone in a London taxi and electronically traced it to a parking lot early June 14th. Cook and a relative went to the parking lot around 5:15 a.m. and approached sedan with three men inside. A discussion about the phone followed and the car started to drive away.
Police said Cook held onto the driver’s side door as it drove behind a plaza, where shots were fired.
Cook was found behind the plaza by police responding to the report of gunshots. He suffered from multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police.
Investigators say an arrest warrant, charging Muhab Sultanaly Sultan, 23, of Calgary, Alta. with second degree murder was applied for.
Muhab Sultanaly Sultan’s body was recovered from the Rideau River in Ottawa last week. Sultan was a suspect wanted in a shooting death over a stolen cellphone.
Mohamed Ibrahim Sail, is facing a second-degree murder charge in connection with the death of 18-year-old Jeremy Cook. Police said that Sail turned himself in shortly before 8 p.m. July 10th in London, ON.