Daughter hopes social media can lead to answers in mother's killing 39 years ago
WINNIPEG — Denise Pochinko remembers waking up and hearing the screams. She hid under blankets with her sister until sirens drowned out their panicked breathing. It was October 1980 in Winnipeg and she was eight years old; her sister Jody was six. Their mother, Jackaleen Dyck, was viciously attacked in her bedroom not far from where the two girls huddled in fear. Dyck, 23, was stabbed 28 times and died in hospital. Her killing has never been solved. "I live that every single day of my life," Pochinko said in an interview.Almost 40 years later, she is using social media to look for people who knew her mother — and who may provide clues about the killing.
are asking the public for information that may help identify found on a beach in September.
In a news release Monday, Nova Scotia RCMP said a body was found on a beach in Digby County’s Sandy Cove on Sept. 8.
The RCMP says they worked with the Nova Scotia Medical Examiner Service and the remains have been identified as male, but they are unsure of his identity.
“The RCMP is releasing photos of the man's clothing with the hope that someone may recognize them,” police stated in the news release.
Body discovered by dog walker near Woodbine Beach shoreline, police say
Body discovered by dog walker near Woodbine Beach shoreline, police sayEmergency crews were called to Woodbine Beach at around 10:40 p.m., police say.
Police say the circumstances that led to the man's death have not yet been determined and the case has been recently added towebsite.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Digby County RCMP or Crime Stoppers.
Regina hairstylist shocked to learn accused drug trafficker used her name .
Regina hairstylist shocked to learn accused drug trafficker used her name During a Jan. 7 traffic stop, Regina police arrested and charged four people with possession of amphetamine for the purpose of trafficking. The only woman in the vehicle identified herself as 25-year-old Shae’lyn Danielle Mickelborough. The next day, police announced the charges on social media, on its website, and in a release sent to local media.