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CanadaDog stabbed, home vandalized in Grassie area, confirm Winnipeg Police

19:45  15 may  2019
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Winnipeg man guilty of murder in Indigenous woman's death

Winnipeg man guilty of murder in Indigenous woman's death WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg man has been convicted of murdering an Indigenous woman in what Crown prosecutors called a crime worse than any horror movie. A jury found Brett Ronald Overby, who is 32, guilty of second-degree murder in the death of 21-year-old Christine Wood. 

Winnipeg Police Service is asking for the public’s help in finding Alex Arumeul Genaille, 20, in connection to a violent assault on a dog Aug 31. Investigators say Genaille is wanted in connection to an incident in which a Bullmastiff dog was assaulted in the Lord Selkirk Park area .

WARNING: Story contains graphic images. It was supposed to be an ordinary night for Mark Eskow. The Winnipeg resident left his home for supper on Friday, leaving his dog Cooter to run around in his north-end backyard. But when Eskow returned from a night out, he saw blood all over his yard.

Dog stabbed, home vandalized in Grassie area, confirm Winnipeg Police © Facebook An officer points to damage in the home.

A dog will survive after being stabbed three times in a home break-in Monday that Winnipeg police called a "personal hate crime."

A Winnipegger wrote on her Facebook page that someone broke into her home and vandalized her possessions, as well as injuring her dog, Petey.

"They destroyed the inside of our home," she wrote. "Petey defending our home was severely injured. He was beat with a baseball bat and stabbed deeply 3 times with a butcher knife.

"Physically he will survive. Mentally will take time."

Global News is not identifying the woman out of concern for her safety, but have reached out to her for comment.

Winnipeg police officer hit with own Taser during struggle with suspect

Winnipeg police officer hit with own Taser during struggle with suspect Police say an officer had an active Taser pushed into his face during a scuffle with a man caught trying to steal a car in the Centennial neighbourhood Saturday afternoon. Two patrolling officers were flagged down by a group of people near Ross Avenue and Isabel Street who told them a man was trying to steal a nearby vehicle around 2 p.m. Police say the man, who was seen inside the parked car kicking at the windshield and in possession of a screwdriver, locked the doors and refused to get out when officers approached. The car's owner was nearby and was able to unlock the doors.

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Winnipeg police are looking for a man they say stabbed a dog in the face on August 31 in the Lord Selkirk Park area . Police say as they passed a dog in a yard, the man stopped and put on a mask before injuring the Bullmastiff.

In the photos, slogans were spray painted on walls and on property, including "Pakie lovers die" and other hateful messages.

Photos, mirrors and walls were spray painted, and possessions strewn around the home and smashed.

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"The police have determined it to be a personal hate crime," she wrote. "Please understand I am going to be off social media for awhile until I have ensured my family is safe."

Winnipeg police confirmed the incident Wednesday, and called the spray painting, hateful messages and injury of the dog "very rare in Winnipeg."

Cst. Jay Murray said the Major Crimes Unit is investigating. They said the incident happened in the Grassie area of Winnipeg.

The vandalization comes on the heels of spray painted walls and destroyed property at a Corydon Avenue restaurant last month. While police originally called it a hate crime, they later alleged the owners faked the incident.

The three owners of the BerMax Caffé were arrested and charged with public mischief, which involves intent to mislead and causing an officer to investigate an incident based on false information.

‘All I have now are the memories:’ Hamilton mom loses her second son to homicide.
HAMILTON—Violence and death are decimating Caron Douse’s family — and she doesn’t even know why. Four years ago, her adopted son Shariek Douse, 18, was shot to death in the parking lot of the former Jamesville social housing complex in the North End. That homicide remains unsolved. In January, her nephew Nathaniel Golden, 28, died of a suspected overdose in the Barton jail. The “gentle giant” had three daughters and was in the midst of a robbery trial his family hoped would exonerate him. Then on Saturday, Caron woke to the news her son Carel Douse had been stabbed early that morning in the neighbourhood near King St. and East Ave.

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