Albertan man charged with second-degree murder of 54-year-old in Kelly Lake
One 24-year-old man has been taken into custody and charged with second-degree murder after a body was discovered in a residence in Kelly Lake, a remote community near the Alberta border.
Dawson RCMP say they were called to the scene on Friday, August 16 at 7:38 pm following reports of a possible assault.
A plane crash resulted in seven people, including three children, dying in a wooded area near Kingston, Ontario, according to CTV News.
The crash took place late Wednesday evening when an American-registered Piper PA-32 crashed before it could reach its destination of Kingston.
Although the final destination was Quebec City, the pilot decided to land in Kingston after he discovered a communication error.
Soon after, the plane crashed, hitting the ground at a very steep incline. This is presumed to have occurred at around 5:00 p.m. Unfortunately, everyone on board the aircraft died.
There is currently an on-going investigation into the plane crash, which usually requires the Transportation Safety Board of Canada to interview witnesses and read through maintenance footage. When this is done, the police will have a greater understanding of what caused the crash.
A 36-year-old inmate, who police say is violent, has vanished in downtown Toronto. They have named the man as Gashawbeza Kefene, who has escaped once before this occasion.
The police are warning Torontonians to not approach the man. He has been described as 5’9, 170 pounds, with black short hair, and a black beard.
Kefenee was last seen on Nov. 20 in the Queen Street West and Ossington Avenue area. His previous escape occurred in August earlier this year. He escaped from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).
Kefenee is the latest escapee, with other dangerous individuals escaping earlier this year.
Toronto Police have arrested the man responsible for three separate attacks involving feces on young Torontonians.
In each case, the man allegedly poured liquefied fecal matter from a bucket on his young victims.
A press release by the Toronto Police Service states that “On Tuesday, November 26, 2019, at approximately 6 p.m., officers arrested a man in the Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue area.”
Samuel Opoku is charged with five counts of assault with a weapon and five counts of mischief interfere with property.
TPS advises that anyone with information should reach out to them at 416-808-5200, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at www.222tips.com, or online on their Facebook Leave a Tip page.
A Prince Edward Island woman who pled guilty to killing three babies has been sentenced to six years in prison. The guilty women is Shannon Dawn Rayner of Charlottetown, according to the Toronto Sun.
The murders occurred in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Rayner is also being charged with hiding the body of one of her victims. There was no suggestion that these murders were a result of post-natal depression, and a state psychiatrist deemed Rayner to be mentally fit at the time of the murder.
Earlier this year, the police discovered the corpse in a shed in a suburb of Charlottetown. The other two babies died a short time after they were born, and were soon later discovered in a garbage bin.
Rayner has been sentenced to two years for each infanticide, to be served consecutively, and a year for hiding a body, which she will serve concurrently.