Police have released few details in the McCullagh case other than they’re looking for three men who were travelling in a red pickup truck with white lettering above the rear wheels.
March 4th, McCullagh was taking out the garbage from the front porch of their home while his wife Mary Willar was on the couch in the front room playing video games.
Willar heard him shout, “I’ve been shot,” then stumbled in the doorway and fell on to the floor, later dying inside the home.
Police said they believe McCullagh and culprits knew each other and maintain they believe there were three suspects.
The family of one of the two men who was fatally shot on Feb 28th, when a security guard discharged his weapon at an east-end Toronto McDonald’s says the victims were “play fighting” prior to the incident.
Ryan Hind, 39, and Donny Ouimette, 25, were shot over the weekend at the fast-food restaurant, located in the area of Coxwell and Danforth Avenues. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene.
The body of Jessica Scanlon was found in her home at 13 Chetwood St. on Feb. 23. An autopsy by the coroner’s office revealed she was murdered.
Niagara regional police arrested the suspect on Monday. Jeremy Edward Gough of St. Catharines was charged with first-degree murder and is scheduled to appear in bail court on March 19th.
Windsor police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a person in a silver pick-up truck they believe may have some information in relation to the death of Carol Shaw.
Shaw, 49, was found dead with trauma to her body at the First Place Apartments at 475 Bruce Ave. on Feb 23.
Police are asking the public to examine the picture above, and if they have any information to contact police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830 or Crime Stoppers 519-258-8477 (TIPS).
Emanuelle D’Amours 24, who lived in Moonbeam, was found dead in a home on Cartier St. in Kapuskasing on February 18.
Police said they were called to the home in morning of February 18 to investigate a suspicious death.
OPP report they have charged Patrick Carignan 30, with second degree murder. The cause of death and the relationship between the two has not been disclosed.
Amit Kalia, 31, charged with second-degree murder in the death of Shariyfa Birkett, 29.
The woman’s body was discovered inside a vehicle, without vital signs on Feb 7th, at auto repair shop on Melanie Dr. in an industrial area in Brampton.
A 27-year-old man who police say is a known gang member was shot and killed inside a home in south Ottawa, becoming the city’s first homicide victim of the year.
On the heels of a record year for shootings in the city, the police battle to curb gang-related gun violence in Ottawa came to a head Friday when a 27-year-old member of the Ledbury-Banff Crips was shot dead while lying on a couch inside a southside home.
**Update Two menMohamed Abdi Abdullahi, 32, and Abdullahi Osman, 23 have been charged with first-degree murder in the killing of Yusuf Ibrahim.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Major Crime Unit at 613-236-1222 ext. 5493.
41-year-old Jason Andrew Boucher Toronto resident has been charged with murder after a man was found dead inside his east-end home Feb 4th.
Scott Savoy, 48, was found inside a residence at Danforth Road and Kennedy Road on February 4 by several friends who had grown concerned after not hearing from him.
A subsequent autopsy determined that Savoy died as a result of blunt-force trauma; however police initially refrained from classifying the death as a homicide.
Jason Andrew Boucher was then arrested on Monday and charged with second-degree murder.
Robert Edgar, 78, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder, after the body of his wife was found in their rural home.
It was there they — along with paramedics — were called Jan. 25 after a 911 call about a dead woman’s body.
She was identified as 83-year-old Zdenka (Radja) Sekora.
Cause of death has yet to be released.
Cambridge’s Ronald Domonsky, 61, died from multiple stab wounds to his torso .
Domonsky’s half-brother, Lynn Maclean has been charged with second-degree murder in the case.
Maclean and Domonsky lived together in Cambridge on Hilltop Drive, according to police, who were called to the residence late night Jan 25th.
When police arrived they found Domonsky was seriously injured, and later died in hospital.