Murders in 2016 So Far: 10 ( 14 in 2015)
#3 – Deanna Desjarlais
#7 – Troy Clysdale
#10 – John Doe
Surrey police responded to report of a shooting on 159th Street and 110th Avenue at around 7:30 pm on October 28th in Surrey’s Fraser Heights.
Police arrived to find Vikram Toor, 24, and Ashim Raza, 19 suffering from gunshot wounds in a vehicle in what appeared to be a drive by shooting. The one man was pronounced dead at the scene, while the other man was rushed to hospital when he died of his injuries.
Police believe the shooting was targeted, although neither of the victims were known to police.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
The badly decomposed body of Deanna Desjarlais 27 was found in a wooded area without a path leading to it, in Surrey, BC. Police were able to determine the identity of the woman through a thumb print.
Desjarlais family filed a missing persons report late April after she had travelled to Vernon BC and nobody could get in touch with her.
Police have not released any other details at this time..
Surrey police were called to the scene of a stabbing on September 14th at around 2pm in the area of 135th Street and 108th Avenue.
Police found Troy Clysdale 49, and another man who were both suffering from stab wounds. Clysdale was in serious condition and was rushed to hospital where he died on September 15th. The other man is expected to survive.
Boni-Muhammed Mutawakel 20, was arrested feeling the scene and has been charged with aggravated assault. RCMP have been consulting with the Crown Counsel on the charges being upgraded to homicide.
Police responded to an altercation between two cell mates at the Surrey Pretrial Services on August 3 at around 7:30pm.
Police found John Murphy 25 in serious condition. Murphy was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Murphy’s cellmate Jordan Burt has been charged with second degree murder.
Surrey Mounties responted to reports of gunfire and an injured man on Antrim Road at around 8pm on July 31. Police arrived to find 27 year old Sean Christopher Kelly severely injured.
Kelly was rushed to hospital where he died a shot time later.
Police have not released the cause of death or any suspects at this time.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the IHIT Information line at 1-877-551-4448.
Surrey police were called to the 14300 block of 90A Avenue on July 23, at approximately 10:30 pm on reports of a shooting. Police arrived to find Jatinder Sandhu 28, and his friend Sean Pasha injured.
The pair had just come from a coffee when they were shot at while parked in Pasha’s driveway. The two men were rushed to hospital where Sandhu died from a head wound. Pasha was treated for a non life threatening gunshot wound.
Police have no suspects at this time.
Brendan Aditya Chand 27, was found dead in Whalley’s Bog Park on July 3rd at around 2pm. Police said that it appeared he died of a gunshot wound. Police said they received reports of gunshots in the area on July 2nd.
No Suspects have been named at this time.
Police are asking anyone with information about this homicide to call the IHIT tip line at 1-877-551-4448.
RCMP were called to a residence on 128A Street in Surrey, March 20th after reports of an altercation. On arrival they found two injured women, a 35 year old woman suffering non life threatening injuries and a 61 year old woman who died at the scene.
Sukhvir Badhesa 39, who is related to both of the women has been charged with second degree murder, aggravated assault and uttering threats.
Cause of death has not been released.
What first appeared to be a fatal car crash is now being investigated as a murder. Police were called on March 11th on reports of a car that struck a tree.
The victim was rushed to hospital where he later died from his injuries. The injuries sustained were not consistent with a car crash which has lead the death of the man to be deemed a homicide.
The victims name and cause of death have not been released at this time.
Police ask anyone with information to contact the IHIT tip line at 1-877-551-IHIT