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Canada Ottawa woman charged in Little Italy homicide, arrest made in Murray Street case

11:06  03 november  2019
11:06  03 november  2019 Source:   ottawacitizen.com

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Ottawa police detectives were busy on Saturday, working two homicides . The suspect in one case turned herself in Friday at Elgin Street police headquarters with a defence Blondin had been found dead in his Sidney Street apartment in Little Italy late Friday afternoon. Hover did not live with Blondin.

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Ottawa police detectives were busy on Saturday, working two homicides.

The suspect in one case turned herself in Friday at Elgin Street police headquarters with a defence lawyer at her side. Nichole Hover, 44, surrendered just past suppertime after contacting her lawyer, Robert McGowan.

She appeared in court Saturday morning and was formally charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Brian Blondin, 62.

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Hover did not live with Blondin. Her lawyer said Saturday she was in relatively good spirits, all things considered.

“It’s very early, obviously, and we’re in a holding pattern as we’re waiting for disclosure,” McGowan said.

Hover was held in custody and awaited her next court appearance.

The homicide on Sidney Street came one day after Austin Simon, a carpenter by trade, was knifed to death on a sidewalk near the Shepherds of Good Hope shelter on Murray Street.

Police announced late Saturday evening the arrest of an unidentified male in connection with that case, adding he was expected to appear in show cause court on Sunday morning.  “Police are not seeking other suspects,” the force said in a media release.

Simon, 39, was killed around 10:25 p.m. on Halloween night. Ottawa Inner City Health staff, who run a safe-injection site from a trailer on the property, found him unconscious. He had no vital signs and efforts to revive him were in vain.

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Paramedics took Simon to hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after that.

The shelter was put on lockdown as a precaution, but reopened shortly afterwards.

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