Gordon Alexander David, the man accused of killing his spouse, 23-year old Cady Quaw, in Surrey, B.C. May 10th, has been arrested in Vancouver. He faces charges of manslaughter and aggravated assault, according to homicide investigators.
Police say Quaw, 23, died from her injuries but they are not identifying the second woman who remains in critical condition in hospital. Gordon will be facing aggrivated assault charges in the case of the un-named woman.
He was arrested by Vancouver police while walking on Granville Street.
A street-level drug trade in Surrey that has resulted in lots of shootings has claimed the life of Arun Bains, and RCMP worry that retaliation may soon follow.
Twenty-two year old Arun Paul Singh Bains died April 19th, hours after shots were fired at 3 a.m.in Surrey.
The RCMP has not confirmed whether this latest shooting is connected to a recent violence between gangs, but they did say they believed this was a targeted shooting.
The rival gangs are of Somali and South Asian descent.
A man is dead following an altercation April 17th in Surrey. Police say the victim’s body was found at a residence by his roommates the day following the altercation.
No charges have been laid at this time.
B.C.’s Integrated Homicide Investigation Team [IHIT] has identified the victim of a suspicious death in Surrey March 28th as 25-year-old Salamawit Girma.
Investigators are still looking into events leading up to the woman’s death.
Investigators are asking anyone with information to contact the IHIT tiplineat 1-877-551-IHIT .