Tag Archives: Pickering

Update: 9 months pregnant Arianna Goberdhan murdered by her husband

Durham Police were called to a home on Winville Road in Pickering at around 9:45 pm on April 7th, on report of a domestic disturbance.

Police arrived to find 27 year old Arianna Goberdhan dead with what they described as obvious signs of violence. Goberdhan was 9 months pregnant, the baby did not survive.

Nicholas Tyler Baig, 25, the husband of the victim was taken into custody on April 8th. Baig was found at a home in Markham after a warrant was issued for his arrest and a day long man-hunt.

Baig is facing a second degree murder charge in the death of his wife.

Update April 13th

Const. George Tudos of Durham Region Police said Baig is now facing a first degree murder charge in the death of his wife, Arianna Goberdhan. Tudos also said there has been discussions with investigators regarding charges in connection with the death of Goberdhan’s unborn child, however no additional charges have been laid at this time.

Claren Troy Middleton found dead in field

The body of Claren Troy Middleton 25, was found in a farm field just north of Pickering on Oct 23. Middleton had been shot and died of a single gunshot wound.

Investigators are looking for information on Middleton’s activities from Wednesday night onwards. if you have any information regarding this case you are asked to call Durham Region Police.

Update: March 2016
Terrance Bent has been charged with being an accessory after the fact and indignity to a body. No other charges have been laid.

Dionecio Nelson identified as Pickering’s stabbing victim

Police have identified the man who was stabbed to death on July 2nd  as 25 yearold Dionecio Nelson of Brampton.

Police said Nelson was leaving a party in a home in the early morning when he was stabbed. Investigators think this may have been a random incident.

Police are looking for two suspects in relation to the incident.

Anyone with information regarding this murder call Durham Regional Police’s Major Crime Homicide Unit at 1-888-579-1520.