West District RCMP received a call to attend a residence on Centennial Drive in Minto, on August 1st at approximately 10:15am.
On arrival police found a 62-year-old Michael Wagnies deceased in the home. An autopsy was conducted and has lead police to believe that Wagnies was murdered.
Anyone who may have information they believe may assist investigators is asked to contact the RCMP at 506-327-1820
Dundee Police were called to a home on Splude Street on July 28, to conduct a well-being check on 54-year-old Brigitte Pelletier
Police discovered bones outside a residence on Splude Street that were positively identified as human on August 1st.
Gilles Moreau, 56-years-old has been charged with the first degree murder of his spouse, Brigitte Pelletier.
No other information has been made public by the RCMP at this time.
Police were called to a residence on Elsipogtog First Nation on July 28th at approximately 2:30am on report of an unresponsive woman.
Police arrived to find a 22-year-old woman deceased in front of the home. Police have not released the identity of the victim or cause of death at this time.
A man has been taken into custody and is being assessed in hospital. No other details have been released.
William Ronald Jordan, 19, and Anthony Dwyer, 54, a navy veteran were involved in an altercation on July 20th on the Saint John boardwalk.
Dwyer was rushed to hospital with a severe head injury. He remained on life support until July 23rd.
Jordan was initially facing an assault charge that has since been withdrawn and a charge of manslaughter has been presented.
No other information is available at this time.
Police said a man in his 50S was discovered deceased in a home on chemin Benoit street, June 4th.
Police said the death is suspicious in nature and an autopsy has been scheduled to determine the cause of death.
Moncton police said a woman in her 30’s was found dead in a home on April 6th. The name of the victim has not been released due to a publication ban.
Rejean Gautreau, 38, of Moncton was arrested on April 8th and has been charged with second-degree murder.
No other information has been made public at this time.
Update April 18th
RCMP have released the identity of the victim as Naomi Bartlette, 33.
RCMP said that the body of a woman in her fifties was discovered in Alma at around 6:00 pm on January 27, 2018 .Officers say the woman was found by people who were searching for her, as she was reported missing earlier in the day.
An autopsy was conducted on January 29th, police have not made the findings public at this time.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
Six Roads RCMP responded to a report of a house fire on Route 150 on November 12th at approximately 1:30 am.
Police arrived to the scene to the home fully engulfed in flames. A man was able to flee the building and was taken to hospital , and a 19 year old man was found a short distance from the scene and arrested.
When the fire was extinguished police located a man and a woman in the home, both of whom were deceased. Police have not released the names of the victims at this time.
Beniot Bertin, 19, has been charged with two counts of first degree murder, attempted murder and arson
Police were called to a home on rue Valcourt just before 12:30 pm on October 30th. On arrival police found two people deceased in the home.
The victims have been identified as Jean Paul Caron, 67, and Melanie Roussie, 36, both from Saint-Quentin.
The cause of death has not been released and no arrests have been made. Police believe the homicide was targeted.
The RCMP is asking anyone with information about this case to contact the New Brunswick RCMP’s Major Crime Unit at 506-548-7774
New Brunswick RCMP are investigating the suspicious death of Tony Vaillancourt 42, after his body was found by paddlers in the St. John River near Tobique Narrows on August 2nd.
Vaillancourt had not been in contact with family or friends since April 9, 2017.
An autopsy performed in September has lead investigators to believe the death of Tony Vaillancourt is suspicious in nature.
Police ask that anyone with information that could help the investigation to contact the RCMP’s Major Crime Unit at 506-452-3491.