Paul Joseph Thorne shot to death in Winnipeg

Paul Joseph Thorne 36, was shot to death behind a business in Osbourne Village on November 14th at 12:30am. Thorne was rushed to hospital in critical condition, he died his injuries shortly after arrival.

Police say the death of Thorne wasn’t random, and that it was gang releated.

Devvin James Worthington, 23, and Christian Abraham Boyd, 24, have been arrested and charged with second-degree murder


Camille Runke murdered in St Boniface

Camille Runke, 49, was the victim of a shooting. The Winnipeg woman was dead when police arrived on scene outside JB’s Trophy on Marion Street where she worked on October 30th.

Camille Runke, had a restraining order against her ex-husband Kevin Runke on July 24th, who she said had been stalking her for months.

Police are investigating Kevin Runke

as the prime suspect.



Selena Rose Keeper feared her killer

Selena Rose Keeper was found seriously injured in the front yard of a Winnipeg home October 8th. Keeper was rushed to hospital, but later died of her injuries.

Keeper was beaten inside the home and was left outside for dead. Witnesses tried to help Keeper, but were unable to stop the beating.

Police have charged Ray William Everett 20, with second degree murder.

Keeper filed a restraining order application against Everett that was denied in May.


Darryl Arthur Abraham stabbed to death

Darryl Arthur Abraham 36, was stabbed to death on August 22 at a North Kildonan area housing complex in Winnipeg.

Darryl Arthur Abraham was taken to hospital in critical condition, but he later succumbed to his injuries.


George Guimond, 35 was arrested Tuesday September 8th in Downton Winnipeg, after police issued a Canada-wide warrant for his arrest in connection to the death of Darryl Abraham.

Rene Distefano found dead after trailer fire

64 year old Rene Distefano body was found after his trailer home was set ablaze in Swan River August 11th, is being considered as a homicide.

RCMP ask anyone with information about the suspicious blaze to call Swan River RCMP at 204-734-4686. The public can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, online at or text “TIPMAN” plus your message to CRIMES (274637).