Michael Ivo White dies in hospital after Hamilton Mountain Stabbing

The 2020 Hamilton Homicide Victim List is available here.

Hamilton Police responded to a 9-1-1 report of a male being stabbed by unknown suspect(s) in the area of East 27th Street and Concession Street on December 13th at approximately 6:00am.

Police arrived to find 42-year-old Michael Ivo White of Hamilton suffering from serious injuries. He was transported to the hospital where police announced that he died of his injures on December 17th.

Police said the suspects were last seen travelling southbound from the crime scene in a blue or dark coloured SUV-style vehicle described as a blue Kia cube. The vehicle has since been located and seized.

Police are searching for the following suspects:

  • Male, medium complexion, 20 – 30-years-of-age
  • Male, medium to dark complexion, unknown age range  

If you have any information that you believe could assist police with the investigation into this crime, you are asked to contact Detective Geoff Burbidge at 905-546-2288

Update January 22nd, 2021
Hamilton Police arrested 59-year-old Angelo Graci in the area of Upper James Street and Rymal Road on January 21st, 2021. Graci has been charged with First-Degree Murder, in relation to the homicide of Michael Ivo White.

Hamilton Police have issued an arrest warrant for 29-year-old Angelo Miller of Hamilton. If you see Miller, please call 911 immediately.

Update January 30th 2021

Angelo Miller was arrested on January 28th by Niagara police and is facing a first-degree murder charge related to the death of Michael White.

Update April 2nd, 2022
Angelo Graci was denied bail by Superior Court Justice Toni Skarica on April 1st 2022. Graci and his son Angelo Miller have been charged with first-degree murder.

Police allege that White and a woman had been inside Miller’s Concession Street apartment the night before the stabbing. The woman was allegedly confined and assaulted.

Police believe White tried to help the woman. Police said he would have been a witness in the forcible confinement and assault case if he survived.

Update: Angelo Graci who was originally charged, alongside his son Angelo Miller, with first-degree murder however, he pleaded guilty in court Friday afternoon to manslaughter after admitting to driving his son as he searched for White. He admitted to driving Miller, knowing that his son intended to assault White.

Graci has been sentenced to time-served following the manslaughter plea.