Canada: Barry and Honey Sherman’s neighbours cite mysterious 911 call, visitor on day before billionaires found dead - PressFrom - Canada
  •   
  •   
  •   

CanadaBarry and Honey Sherman’s neighbours cite mysterious 911 call, visitor on day before billionaires found dead

13:45  20 may  2019
13:45  20 may  2019 Source:   thestar.com

Barry and Honey Sherman: Court to unseal estate documents

Barry and Honey Sherman: Court to unseal estate documents More clues may surface in the unsolved murders of the billionaire couple when estate documents are unsealed

Barry Sherman was 75; Honey Sherman was 70. Their bodies were found shortly before noon on Friday, after a 911 call brought police Police Investigating 'Suspicious' Deaths Of Billionaire Toronto Couple. Barry and Honey Sherman were found dead in their house north of downtown Toronto.

Police officers canvassing neighbors for information outside the Toronto home of Barry and Honey Sherman , who were found dead under circumstances that the police Though fabulously wealthy, the couple didn’t live like billionaires . They flew economy. Mr. Sherman drove a beat-up old car.

Barry and Honey Sherman’s neighbours cite mysterious 911 call, visitor on day before billionaires found dead © Tom Sandler Barry and Honey Sherman, who were found dead in their home at 50 Old Colony Rd. on Friday, Dec. 17, 2017.

Toronto Police were investigating a mysterious 911 call down the street from Barry and Honey Sherman’s home at the same time as the Apotex founder and his wife lay dead or dying, a Star investigation reveals.

The Shermans lived at 50 Old Colony Rd. They were last seen alive on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Their bodies were discovered two days later. No official time of death has been released but sources close to the case have said it is believed the Shermans died late on Wednesday or early Thursday morning. Police are investigating the case as a targeted double homicide.

The Person Who Solves the Mysterious Inscription on This French Rock Will Be Awarded $2200

The Person Who Solves the Mysterious Inscription on This French Rock Will Be Awarded $2200 The village of Plougastel-Daoulas in Brittany, France is home to a stone with a mysterious message that could date back centuries.

While Barry and Honey Sherman lay dead in the basement of their Toronto home, a lone man went in and out of their house three times, according to an account of security camera footage seized by Toronto police. Between 9:11 a.m. and 10:16 a.m. on Dec.

The bodies of Barry Sherman, the billionaire founder of global generic drug giant Apotex Inc., and his wife, Honey , were found in the basement of the But he would not say who made the call . He said the pair were pronounced dead at the scene. The Sherman ’ s , the family said, had just welcomed a

On the Thursday morning at 9:45 a.m., a full day before the Sherman bodies were discovered, homeowners down the road from the Shermans answered a knock on their door. The Star has agreed not to identify the homeowners or their exact address. They live roughly 10 houses away on Old Colony.

The man at the door was a uniformed police officer asking if someone in their home had made a 911 call. The homeowners said no. The officer shared few details, but said police believed it came from the homeowners’ house, but did not say if the call had come from a cellular phone or a landline. The officer did not say what time the call came in.

The next day, when news surfaced late in the afternoon of the Shermans’ bodies being discovered, one of the homeowners happened to be driving near Toronto Police Services 33 Division (the local division that was at the time investigating the Shermans’ deaths before the homicide unit took over). The homeowner went in to make a report, wanting to alert them to the fact a police officer had been on Old Colony Rd. the day before.

Sherman family to ask Supreme Court to seal files detailing slain billionaires’ estate

Sherman family to ask Supreme Court to seal files detailing slain billionaires’ estate Days before details of the estate of murdered billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were to be made public, lawyers for the Sherman family say they will ask the Supreme Court of Canada to seal the files once again. Last week, in an action brought by the Star and one of its reporters, the Ontario Court of Appeal affirmed the open court principle and ruled that the files should be made public. The files would have been public next Tuesday.

So who were Barry and Honey Sherman ? In an unpublished 1996 memoir, Barry Sherman wrote he had "always been very conscious of my personal mortality". Now, the text offers some insight into a couple whose mysterious deaths have captured worldwide interest and left those who knew them

The private investigation into deaths of billionaire couple Honey and Barry Sherman Short contradicts The gory deaths were a shock to the Shermans ’ s neighbors in Toronto’ s affluent North York 13, two days before they were found . This conclusion is based on the fact that Honey was

“It was just too much of a coincidence and I thought police should know,” the homeowner told the Star. That Friday night at the police division, the homeowner was told by police that “maybe some wires were crossed” and that is why it appeared a 911 call had been made.

Read more:

Sherman family to ask Supreme Court to seal files detailing slain billionaires’ estate

Home where murder victims Honey and Barry Sherman were found is demolished

Daughter of Honey and Barry Sherman continues their legacy by supporting world gathering of Holocaust survivors

“They made light of it and they said they didn’t think it was anything that was relevant,” the homeowner said.

At the time, police were pursuing the theory that it was a murder-suicide. Six weeks later, police announced it was a double murder. Homicide officers have been probing the case for the last 17 months and recently an officer said during a court proceeding that detectives have a “theory” of the case and “an idea of what happened.” Police will not say if they have a suspect or suspects.

2 found dead, 2 rushed to hospital after fire consumes North End home

2 found dead, 2 rushed to hospital after fire consumes North End home Two people are dead and two others are in hospital after a fire ripped though a home in Winnipeg’s North End Friday morning.

Billionaire philanthropist couple Barry and Honey Sherman , shown in this photo from the United Jewish Appeal, were found dead in The private investigators have found evidence that both Barry and Honey Sherman had their necks wrapped with leather belts that were then knotted around a

Two bodies were found in the home of billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey , after police were called to their North York mansion just before noon Friday. Sherman , the 75-year-old founder of generic drug giant Apotex, was one of the richest men in the country, with an estimated net worth of

The homeowners who had the visit from police checked with Bell and Rogers and was told there was no evidence of a glitch, crossed wires or a 911 call coming from their house.

“It has left me feeling really weird that (police) would think there was an emergency call coming from me. It just seemed too much of a coincidence,” the homeowner said. Numerous questions have sprung to the mind of the homeowners. Did the police have the wrong address when they came to knock on the homeowners’ door? Did the call come from a cellphone which then hung up and police were not able to get the exact location? Had the call come from 50 Old Colony Rd.?

That was not the only unusual occurrence on the normally quiet Sherman street that Thursday.

At the same time police were checking out the 911 call down the street, a four-door car pulled up in front of the Sherman home. It was 9:11 a.m. and the car remained on the street until 10:16 a.m. By this time, it is most likely that the Shermans were dead, according to sources close to the case.

A security camera on a house across the street from the Sherman home captured a man getting out of the car three times, each time walking onto the Sherman property and up to the front door, according to neighbours whose cameras recorded these events. The neighbours, who provided the video to police, said the images on the video are blurry, as it was focused on their own property and only picked up the Sherman property in the background. They said it was not possible to make out the man’s face, the licence plate on the car or the type of car. The neighbours have said they believed the man went in and out of the Sherman house but the Sherman private detective team has studied the same video and it is “inconclusive” as to whether the man enters the house or stood in the alcove leading to the front door, according to Brian Greenspan, lawyer for the Sherman family.

50,000 Bees Reportedly Found in a New Jersey Apartment Building

50,000 Bees Reportedly Found in a New Jersey Apartment Building These bees kept busy, producing about 60 pounds of honey. What's all the buzz about? A man reportedly found 50,000 honey bees in the New Jersey apartment building he manages. “This is the biggest spring natural colony I've ever seen. I just can't believe this," Mickey, a third-generation Beekeeper told WCBS. When the building manager realized the colony was there, he called Mickey in to get a handle on the sticky situation. Mickey rode to the top of the building in a cherry picker and cracked open the moulding, discovering a 6-foot hive.

Deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman being investigated as double homicide. Sandie Benitah , CTV News Toronto Published Friday, January 26 Members of Toronto' s Jewish community are paying tribute to Barry and Honey Sherman after the billionaire philanthropist couple was found dead in

Barry Sherman founded Toronto-based Apotex Inc. in 1974 with two employees and gradually Honey Sherman was a member of the board of the Baycrest Foundation and the York University People embrace before the start a memorial service for Apotex billionaire couple Barry and Honey

Given the location of Old Colony Rd., a dead-end street on the east and accessed off Bayview Ave. (a main thoroughfare) from the west, it is likely that a police officer would have passed the car parked in front of the Sherman home that Thursday morning on the way to check out the 911 call.

The Star presented these two pieces of information to the Toronto Police last week and asked two questions. First, could the police provide information about their investigation of a 911 call from a nearby home that morning, including the time of the call and whether police were certain it came from the homeowners’ house down the street. Second, the Star asked if it was possible that the person knocking on the Shermans’ door was a police officer in an unmarked car, who was also checking out the 911 call.

Director of communications Allison Sparkes gave the following response: “As for your questions below, we are unable to comment on any aspects of open, ongoing investigations.”

The Star went back to Sparkes, noting that it would likely be of public interest if the 911 call was related to the Shermans case, and also that, if the person knocking at the Shermans’ door was a police officer, that would also be of public interest. Sparkes said, “We can’t comment on any aspect of open and ongoing investigations.”

Man charged with second-degree murder after another man found dead in west-end home

Man charged with second-degree murder after another man found dead in west-end home A 50-year-old Toronto man has been charged with second-degree murder after another man was found dead at a west-end home Tuesday night. Emergency crews were called to a home at 57 Shanly Street, near Bloor Street and Dovercourt Road, around 7:30 p.m. for "unknown trouble," Det. Jason Shankaran told CBC Toronto. A male, aged 43, was found in an upstairs apartment in the house, he said. The victim was suffering from obvious signs of trauma, and was pronounced dead at the scene. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation The victim and the suspect are known to each other, Shankaran said.

Toronto billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife were found dead in their mansion Friday, and police said they were investigating the deaths as suspicious. “We’ve been informed of the tragic news that Barry and Honey Sherman have unexpectedly passed away

Days after Barry and Honey Sherman were found strangled in their basement, police are investigating what The case has sparked speculation and debate in Canada, where the billionaire couple were Their bodies were found shortly before noon on Friday, after a 911 call brought police to their house

Sources close to the Sherman family say the family is aware of these two events but in the dark on the significance — if any — of the occurrences.

After the Star and other media published information in late March about the mysterious visitor outside of 50 Old Colony, Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said at a press conference that the police know who the person is — but are not saying.

“I can tell you we knew who the person was, why they were there, (the person) was interviewed,” Saunders told reporters earlier this year.

The Star reached out to the police constable who went to check out the 911 call but he was unavailable for comment.

Meanwhile, 50 Old Colony has been torn down by the Sherman family and will likely be sold as a building lot. Friends of the Shermans were upset as they drove by the home and saw that almost nothing from the home was carried out and donated to charity. Of concern were items that included two almost new, high-end Sub-Zero refrigerators, other kitchen appliances and the kitchen cabinets themselves. Workers at the site said they were upset, but were following orders to demolish the home and truck all the rubble to a landfill site.

Kevin Donovan is the Star’s chief investigative reporter based in Toronto. He can be reached at 416-312-3503 or via email: [email protected]

3 more grey whales found dead on B.C. Coast.
Their discovery means more than 60 grey whales have been found beached and dead along the West Coast between California and Alaska this year, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 1694
This is interesting!