Ottawa Police responded to a call of two women found dead in a home in the area of McCarthy Road and Paul Anka Dr on December 16th at around.
Police said the victim’s are ages 29 and 32, however their names and cause of death will not be released at this time.
Ottawa police have a suspect in custody.
More to come….
Update December 18th
Musab A-Noor 29, has been charged with first and second degree murder in the deaths of Asma A-Noor, 32, and Nasiba A-Noor, 29. Police said both women died of stab wounds.
The Ottawa homicide victims list is available here.
Ottawa police were called to the area of Prince of Wales Drive and Meadowlands Drive on December 11th at approximately 2:45 am on report of a stabbing.
Police said 20 year old Abdullah Al-Tutunji was unconscious when paramedics arrived. He was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Jordane Larocque-Laplante 20 was treated for minor injuries and released to police. Larocque-Laplante has been charged with second degree murder in the stabbing death of Abdullah Al-Tutunji.
The 2016 Ottawa homicide victim’s list is available here.
Ottawa Police were called to the area of Bayswater Avenue near Laurel Street on December 6th just before 11 pm on reports of gunfire.
Police found Leslie Mwakio 17 of Ottawa suffering from a gunshot wound. Mwakio was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Anyone with information is asked to call Ottawa Police’s Major Crime Unit at 613-236-1222, ext. 5493.
The death of Leslie Mwakio is the 20th this year. The Ottawa Homicide Victim’s list is available here.
Montreal police contacted Ottawa police on Monday November 28th with information that Cameron Rogers, 22, confessed to killing his parents in Ottawa.
Ottawa police went to the home on Apeldoorn Avenue to check on the welfare of the owners. Police found Dave Rogers, 69, and his wife, Merrill Gleddie Rogers, 63 behind a shed in the backyard. One body was covered by a tarp, and the other was reported to be in a suitcase.
Cameron Rogers has been charged with two counts of first degree murder.
Police have not released the cause of death at this time.
The death of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers brings Ottawa’s homicide count up to 19 for 2016. The 2016 Ottawa Homicide victim’s list is available here.
Ottawa Police were called to St. Laurent Blvd and Oglivie Rd, on November 6th at around 2:30 am outside Pipers Bar and Grill.
At the scene, police and emergency crews found Solomon Odekunle 21, suffering from a serious stab wound. Odekunle was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Solomon Odekunle was a University of Ottawa international student from Nigeria. Police believe the fight between Odekunle and the suspect started over a woman.
Joe-Bryan Ndikkuriyo 27 has been arrested and charged with second degree murder.
More to come…
Solomon Odekunle is Ottawa’s 17th homicide of 2016. The Ottawa homicide victims list is available here.
Emergency crews were called to 1098 Clyde Ave at around 2:30 am on October 22 on report of an injured man.
Paramedics found Joshua Briere 26, outside of the home, suffering from multiple stab wounds, and rushed him to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Police said the victim is known to police.
Update October 25th
Brandon Jack Ethier 27, had been arrested and is facing a second degree murder charge in the death on Briere.
Ottawa’s 2016 homicide victim list is available here.
Police were called to George and Cumberland streets near the Salvation Army on report of a fight at around 4:30pm, October 14th.
Kayla Sullivan 30 was found at the scene, suffering from a stab wound to the lower back. Sullivan was rushed to hospital where she underwent emergency surgery, however she died of her injuries early October 15th.
Peter Herauf, 37, was arrested in Gatineau and charged with first degree murder.
Kayla Sullivan is Ottawa’s 15th homicide of 2016.
The Ottawa 2016 homicide victim list and links are available here.
Ottawa Police were called to a row-house on Rosenthal Avenue on October 6th at around 6:15pm on report of a stabbing.
Police arrived to find Mitch Paquette 55, with a serious wound. Paquette was rushed to hospital where he died of his injury. Neighbors said they had head several adults and children yelling outside before the stabbing happened.
Police have not released the name of the suspect at this time, but they do have a person of interest.
UPDATE – October 8th
Daniel Adjetey-Nelson 34 turned himself in to Ottawa Police on the morning of October 8th. Adjetey-Nelson is known to police and is facing a first degree murder charge in the death of Mitch Paquette.
Ottawa police responded to report of a shooting behind a plaza on Shillington Avenue at around 6am September 25th. Police did not find a victim at the scene, however they received a call shortly after stating that a man with gun shot wounds had been dropped off at Royal Ottawa Hospital Mental Health Hospital.
The staff there performed CPR until the ambulance arrived and transported Abdi Jama 26, to Ottawa Civic where e died of his injures.
Anyone with information should contact the major crime unit at 613-236-1222 ext. 5493