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Police and paramedics responded to the report of a shooting in the area of Delphinium Way and Iceland Poppy Trail in the City of Brampton on February 25th at approximately 2:15am.
Police arrived to find evidence of gunfire and located 22-year-old Elijah Charles-Gregory from the City of Brampton, suffering from serious injuries. Charles-Gregory was rushed to a trauma centre in life-threatening condition where he died of his injuries on March 3rd.
Anyone with any information on this incident as well as those with dashcam or CCTV footage, are asked to contact the Homicide and Missing Person Bureau at 905-453-2121 ext. 3205.
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Nancy Roy 44, was attacked inside her unit at the Grand Château, a century-old building on rue Girouard Ouest on February 23rd at approximately 8:00am. Police were alerted by a neighbour who lived below the victim.
The buildings janitor said “She was screaming for help and knocking on the floor,”
Roy was rushed to hospital where she died of her stabbing injuries that afternoon. Police arrested the victim’s partner, who according to tvanouvelles.ca had blood on his hands at the time of the arrest.
Jean-Yves Lajoie, 57, who lived in a separate unit to Roy has been charged with second-degree murder.
Nunavik Police Service officers responded to report of an assault at a home in Puvirnituq on February 25th at approximately 3:00am.
Police arrived to find a woman suffering from serious injuries. She was sent to hospital where she is expected to survive.
Sûreté du Québec spokesperson Sgt. Nancy Fournier said the investigation led them to another home where Qalingo Sivurarapik, 36, was found deceased. Police have not released the cause of death.
Inuksiak Nowrakallak of Nunavik was arrested and charged with second-degree murder in relation to the death of Sivrarapik, and attempted murder in relation to the female victim.
Agassiz RCMP responded to Harrison Mills paramedics to attend the scene of a medical emergency involving an 11-year-old boy on February 25th. According to global news the event took place in Sq’welets First Nation at around 5:00pm.
The boy was rushed to hospital with extensive injuries, where he died on March 1st. Sgt. Frand Jang said “We have a good grasp of what happened we believe, and are following up with people we believe have information.”
An autopsy is scheduled for later this week to determine the exact cause of death.
RCMP responded to the discovery of a body found next to a vehicle on Chemin W. Gautreau on February 24th at around 2:00pm.
The deceased was identified as Monique Gallien, 49, from the Tracadie area. An autopsy was conducted and police revealed on March 2nd that she was the victim of a homicide.
Daniel Jean,54, of Pont-Landry has been charged with second-degree murder. RCMP said the court ordered that he undergo a five-day fitness for trial evaluation. He is scheduled to re-appear in court on March 8.
A gofundme page has been created to assist the family with funeral expenses.
Sureté du Québec responded to a 911 report of an altercation at approximately 9:15 p.m. in Sainte-Sophie on March 1st.
Police arrived to 301 Rue Samson and located two women from the same family suffering from serious injuries. Both victims were rushed to a hospital north of Montreal, where the 60-year-old victim succumbed to her injuries.
The 28-year-old victim died in hospital as a result of her injuries on March 2nd. Police have not released the cause of death or the victim’s identities at this time.
Police said the 33-year-old potential suspect fled the scene and they believe he was involved in a car accident in Saint-Jérôme where he suffered injuries. He remains in hospital, and will be interviewed by police when his condition allows.
Toronto police responded to a call in the Eglinton Avenue West and Keele Street area on February 27, at 3:25 a.m.
Police located Rupert Brown, 38, of Toronto, with obvious injuries. He was later pronounced deceased. A cause of death has not been released at this time.
Police arrested Leahain Malcolm, 28, of Toronto on February 27th and charged him with second-degree murder.
Investigators are requesting residents, business owners, or anyone who was in the area, to check their security cameras or dash-cams for footage that may assist in this investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the police at 416-808-7400.
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Hamilton police were called to the area of 347 Arvin Avenue, Stoney Creek on February 28th at approximately 7:15pm.
Police said 39-year-old Tyler Pratt of British Columbia was found deceased and a female with ties to Hamilton has been taken to hospital with serious gunshot injuries. HPS said they were originally called to the report of an injured woman in the area.
Police said the 26-year-old woman and Pratt were known to each other, and that they have spoken with the female victim as part of their investigation but have not yet been able to interview her due to the extent of her injuries.
Police have no suspect description but said they are looking for White Land Rover with body damage to it, no arrests have been made at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. David Tsuchida by calling 905-546-4123. To provide information anonymously call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Update March 5th
Hamilton police have issued warrants for the arrests of Oliver Karafa, 25, and Yun (Lucy) Lu Li, 25. The pair are wanted for first degree murder and attempted murder. Police said both are from Toronto, but they suspect they have left the area.
If you have information regarding this incident or the whereabouts of Karafa and Li, police say you should contact Det. David Tsuchida by calling 905-546-4123.
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Hamilton police responded to the report of a disturbance at 646 Main Street East, on February 10th at approximately 11:00pm. Police said 30-year-old Simon “Tommy” Hoang attended 646 Main Street East, where an acquaintance lived, and when he was invited inside, the victim was viciously attacked.
The suspects then stole the victim’s keys and left the area in the victim’s white Acura sedan. Hoang was transported to a local hospital where he underwent life-saving surgery.
Police said one suspect jumped out the window when they arrived at the scene. The female who was at the apartment, Madeleine Peternel, also known as Madeleine Divers returned to the scene and was arrested by police.
Tommy Hoang died as a result of his stabbing injuries, in hospital after being placed on life support. Police announced that Jason Anthony Long, 27, and Madelene Peternel, 33, were initially charged with Tommy Hoang’s Attempted Murder and remain in custody. The Crown has been notified of Tommy’s death and both Long and Peternel will now face the charge of First Degree Murder. Jamie Lee McMaster, 30, of Hamilton was arrested and charged with Accessory After the Fact for her role in assisting Long to avoid his arrest. Police are still searching for a suspect who is described as male, white, 6’0 plus, athletic-looking build, and may have a British accent.
Jewelry stolen from Tommy Hoang is still outstanding. Anyone who received or purchased any items from Jason Long, or anyone associated with him, between February 10 -23, is encouraged to contact police. Anyone with information that could assist police is asked to contact Detective Daryl Reid of the Major Crime Unit by calling 905-546-3825.
Windsor Police Service patrol officers attended a residence in the 800 block of Louis Avenue on the report of a deceased man on February 23rd at approximately 2:00pm.
An autopsy was performed on February 25th and revealed that the victim Lamont Rhue, a 55 year old male from Windsor was the victim of a homicide. The cause of death has not been released at this time.
On February 26th police arrested Leon Quesnel, 33 year of Windsor in the area of Erie Street West and Ouellette Avenue. Quesnel has been charged with First Degree Murder and Possession of a Scheduled Substance – fentanyl.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor Police Service – Major Crime Unit at 519-255-6700 ext.4830, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.catchcrooks.com