Barrie Police Homicide began an investigation into the suspicious death of 45-year-old Brett Wickett, on July 1st 2017.
Police said an altercation occurred between Wickett and 37-year-old Bryan Smith of Barrie on June 30th. Wickett died in hospital from injuries sustained at the altercation.
Bryan Smith was charged with manslaughter on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017.
Barrie Police received a report of gunshots on March 14th at 2:40am in an apartment building, located at 101 Kozlov Street.
Police arrived to find Dana Camber 50, unresponsive and suffering from a significant wound. Camber was sent to hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Autopsy reports revealed that Dana Camber died of a single gunshot wound to the abdomen.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Barrie Police Homicide Unit at (705)725-7025
Little information is being released at this time, however Barrie police did say that they received two 911 calls from the home where the bodies were found at around 3:20 am on February 8th.
Once at the scene, officers found two men dead with obvious signs of trauma. The men were a 19 year old Nick Pasowisty and his 51 year old father Jayme Pasowisty.
Dyrrin Daley 24 has been charged with two counts of first degree murder. Police said the victims and the accused knew each other.
Jamiee Lee Miller of Barrie, was last heard from on October 12th via text message, and was reported missing by her family November 2, 2015.
On March 16th 2016 a person discovered the remains while walking their dog in the woods in Springwater Township. The remains were sent to the Office of the Chief Coroner and Forensic Pathology Services in Toronto where they were determined to belong to 30 year old Jamiee Lee Miller.
Police are treating the investigation as a homicide based on the findings from the Coroner’s office.
According to Barrie police, a pursuit in Springwater Township led officers to the home where the bodies were found.
On January 26th police approached a truck that was at the side of the road with it’s hazard lights on. After a short conversation the driver sped off in a hurry. Police followed the vehicle but had to stop the chase for public safety. Police went to the home of where the licence plates were registered and found two dead bodies.
Robert Twiss 45, of Barrie who rented a room in the home of the victims, has been charged with the first degree murder in the death’s of Alan Mallinson and his son, Matthew Mallinson, police said the en had been stabbed to death. Twiss is also charged with causing an indignity to the younger Mallinson’s remains by “severing and discarding his limb”.
Police have not yet been able to pin point time of death, and say they could have died four or five days ago.