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CanadaVictim’s son charged with 1st-degree murder after woman fatally stabbed in Toronto PATH system

01:20  13 april  2019
01:20  13 april  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Man, 19, charged with first-degree murder in PATH stabbing

Man, 19, charged with first-degree murder in PATH stabbing TORONTO — A 19-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in a fatal stabbing in the city's underground PATH network. Police say Duncan O'Neil was arrested by provincial police in the Midland, Ont., area on Friday and is expected to appear in a Toronto court Saturday morning. The arrest comes nearly two days after Rae Cara Carrington, 51, was found with apparent stab wounds in the concourse underneath King and Bay streets. First responders tried to save her life but she died at the scene.

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Toronto police say a 19-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder after a mother of eight was fatally stabbed at a food court connected to the underground PATH system.

Global News learned through sources that the man is the 51-year-old woman's son.

Emergency crews were called to the concourse below the area of Bay and King streets just before 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday for reports of a stabbing.

READ MORE: Woman fatally stabbed in Toronto underground PATH system was mother of 8

Woman dead after stabbing in PATH system

Woman dead after stabbing in PATH system A woman is dead after she was stabbed in the PATH system in the city’s downtown core Wednesday evening, Toronto police say. Shortly after 7 p.m., police responded to calls about a stabbing in the underground PATH system in the area of King St. W. and Bay St. They found the victim, a woman between 20 and 30, with life-threatening injuries near a food court in the Commerce Court section of the network. She was later pronounced dead at the scene. The spot where the incident took place is just steps from a Shoppers Drug Mart where newlywed Rosemarie Junor was fatally stabbed by Rohinie Bisesar in late 2015. The two did not know each other.

A stabbing near Danforth and Greenwood avenues sent one man to hospital in critical condition. A 19-year-old man has turned himself in to authorities after a 29-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Officers said they would like to speak to two women who were on the eastbound 300B blue line bus

Craig Robertson/ Toronto Sun. Khole Truong won’t soon forget the screams of a woman being murdered in the PATH system Wednesday evening. In December, 2015, another woman — newlywed Rosemarie Junor — was fatally stabbed at a Shoppers Drug Mart in the PATH system .

Police said the victim, who was later identified as Rae Cara Carrington, was treated by paramedics but later died.

A woman who knew Carrington also confirmed to Global News that she worked in the food court at the restaurant Fast Fresh.

Global News learned that Carrington, also known as “Amie”, was living at Women’s Residence, a homeless shelter for women near Bathurst Street and Dundas Street, at the time of her death.

READ MORE: Woman dead after stabbing in downtown Toronto underground PATH system, male suspect wanted

Victim’s son charged with 1st-degree murder after woman fatally stabbed in Toronto PATH system © Don Mitchell / Global News Police and paramedics were called to the scene just before 7:15 p.m. Police said in a statement released Friday afternoon that because of information from residents in Toronto and Midland, the accused was arrested by officers from the Southern Georgian Bay OPP detachment earlier in the day.

Toronto resident Duncan O'Neil Sinclair was charged with first-degree murder. He is scheduled to appear in a Toronto court on Saturday.

— With files from Catherine McDonald and Jessica Patton

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