Canada Edmonton man charged in death of seven-year-old girl
Edmonton police release video of last known sighting of victim of suspicious death
Police are hoping to find the rest of Terri Ann Rowan's remains so her family can give her a proper Indigenous burial.Police hope releasing the video will help them uncover details about the final days of Rowan's life.
An Edmonton man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of seven-year-old Bella Rose Desrosiers, court records show.
David Michael Moss, 34, was scheduled to make his first court appearance in Edmonton provincial court on Wednesday morning.
Police have not formally announced the charges. They say an autopsy was scheduled to be performed Wednesday.
Moss is an Edmonton tattoo artist. Sources have told CBC News he is married and has young children.
The victim's mother, Melissa Desrosiers, described Moss as a friend and said he was having a personal crisis on Monday.
1 in custody after child killed following stabbing in southeast Edmonton
1 in custody after child killed following stabbing in southeast EdmontonEdmonton police said it was called to a home in the area of 25 Avenue NW and 43 Street NW around 8:45 p.m. in response to a stabbing incident.
She said she convinced him to get help and brought him into her home. She said she planned to take him to the hospital either Monday night or Tuesday.
Desrosiers said she was tucking her two daughters into bed on Monday when Moss allegedly lunged into the room armed with scissors.
The mother, a nurse, said she was unable to do anything to save Bella Rose.
She said she fled with her younger daughter, and last saw Moss sitting on her couch.
Police were called to her Mill Woods home at 8:45 p.m. after a reported stabbing.
Police say they took a man into custody at the scene and spent Tuesday conducting interviews.
N.S. police received warnings in 2011 about man who would become mass killer .
HALIFAX — A newly released document reveals that in May 2011 police were told Gabriel Wortman — the Nova Scotia man who would later kill 22 people in a shooting rampage — wanted to "kill a cop" and was feeling mentally unstable. The officer safety bulletin, submitted by the Truro Police Service, does not include names in the version released to media, but police Chief David MacNeil confirmed the subject in question was Wortman. The brief report says a Truro police officer had received information from a source indicating Wortman was upset about a police investigation into a break-and-enter and had "stated he wants to kill a cop.