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CanadaInmate's death at Edmonton Remand Centre declared homicide

04:20  03 july  2019
04:20  03 july  2019 Source:

Vancouver man shot dead in city's fifth homicide of 2019

Vancouver man shot dead in city's fifth homicide of 2019 Vancouver police are investigating after a man was shot dead in the city’s fifth homicide of the year. Around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, police were called to an apartment near Main and East 35th. Officers entered a suite in the building and found a man who had died from a gunshot wound. The victim was in his 30s. Police have since arrested a 30-year-old Vancouver man in connection with the shooting. “The arrest took place a short distance away from where the homicide occurred,” said VPD spokesman Cst. Steve Addison. No names have been released. “We haven’t released the name of deceased at this time simply because we are awaiting confirmation on that person’s identity,” said Addison.

Homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious death of an inmate at the Edmonton Remand Centre . A 57-year-old man was found unresponsive at the jail after police were called around 5:45 p.m. Saturday. Paramedics declared the man dead at the scene.

EDMONTON - Police say an inmate who died at the Edmonton Remand Centre on Christmas Eve was the victim of a homicide . Witnesses say Hill was involved in a fight with inmates in his cell. Homicide detectives are investigating. Media reports say Hill was convicted of aggravated assault in

Inmate's death at Edmonton Remand Centre declared homicide © Scott Neufeld/CBC Edmonton police are investigating the homicide of a Bruce Windsor on Saturday following a fight with another inmate.

The death of a male inmate at the Edmonton Remand Centre Saturday has been declared a homicide following an autopsy.

Police were called to the centre in north Edmonton around 5:45 p.m. on Saturday.

Officers found 57-year-old Bruce Donald Windsor unresponsive. Windsor was declared dead by paramedics on scene.

Homicide investigators believe there was a fight between Windsor and another inmate.

Police are not releasing the cause of death.

Windsor was a known sex offender.

In February 2013, Windsor had completed a two-year sentence for possessing child pornography, publishing child pornography and breach of probation.

Within a week of his release, he was arrested and charged with possessing and producing child pornography and breaching his probation order by visiting areas where children are present.

Police have identified a suspect in the homicide, but no charges have been laid.

Disappearance of Ashley Morin now believed to be a homicide, say RCMP.
Saskatchewan RCMP now believe Ashley Morin, a Saskatchewan woman last seen July 10, 2018, is the victim of a homicide, they announced on Wednesday, the one-year anniversary of Morin's disappearance. Police released new information and an image of a vehicle believed to have been driven by the person or people responsible for Morin's death. Police say they are looking for more information surrounding a van which appears to have a black and white, two-tone paint job and no windows.

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