Canada Staged car accident lures murder suspect Allan Shyback into Mr. Big sting

15:51  20 april  2017
15:51  20 april  2017 Source:   Calgary Herald

Master Guitarist Allan Holdsworth Dies at 70

  Master Guitarist Allan Holdsworth Dies at 70 The legendary British guitarist inspired the best in the business.The innovative muso shaped his reputation through the '70s as a master of prog-rock and jazz fusion with such acts as Soft Machine, Gong and U.K., but never quite struck the commercial success he richly deserved. His signature two-handed finger tapping style influenced the best in the business, from Carlos Santana, Frank Zappa, Pat Metheny, John McLaughlin, Tom Morello, Peter Frampton to Joe Satriani and Eddie Van Halen, who called him "the best, in my book" and "so damned good that I can't cop anything.

Suspect Takes Stand In Murder Trial.

Error 404: Page Not Found. Car crashes into lobby of Tigard bank.

Murder suspect Allan Shyback was drawn into a Mr. Big sting through a staged fender bender, court heard Wednesday.

A female undercover officer, who can’t be identified, testified how she befriended Shyback after intentionally driving into his parked car.

On Dec. 4, 2013, more than a year after Shyback’s common-law wife, Lisa Mitchell, disappeared, the officer went to Shyback’s workplace.

“My role that day was to attend the area of Mr. Shyback’s employment, located his vehicle and, with an undercover vehicle, created a minor amount of damage to the vehicle in order to prompt a conversation and meeting with (him),” she told Crown prosecutor Jayme Williams.

Trial of Calgary man who allegedly hid wife’s body in basement begins Tuesday

  Trial of Calgary man who allegedly hid wife’s body in basement begins Tuesday The trial for a man accused of killing his common-law wife and hiding her body in the basement of their family home will begin Tuesday. Allan Shyback was arrested in December of 2014—two years after his partner and mother of their two children, Lisa Mitchell, was reported missing—and charged with second-degree murder and committing indignity to a body. Mitchell, who was 31 at the time of her disappearance, was last seen at her home in the southeast community of Ogden on Oct. 29, 2012. At the time of Shyback’s arrest, police said he and Mitchell had a history of domestic violence, but no one was ever charged. Shyback lived in the home with the couple’s two young children following Mitchell’s disappearance.

Error 404: Page Not Found. School reports man's attempt to lure children into his car .

This page is currently inactive. If you have questions or need additional assistance, please contact PromoSuite Client Relations at 212-509-1200 or via email at Info@PromoSuite.com or visit us at www.PromoSuiteInteractive.com.

The ruse worked, as she and Shyback became fast friends, to the point he asked her out on a date.

“Although I was flattered, I indicated I was not interested,” the officer testified.

“I (told him) I had just got out of a bad relationship. I was caring for an ailing mother and was focused on work,” she said. “He said he’s also had a bad relationship and understood.”

“Did you ever make any romantic gestures toward him?” Williams asked.

“Certainly not.”

Shyback, 40, is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Mitchell, as well as interfering with her body.

He’s accused of killing her between Oct. 28, 2012, the last time she was seen alive by her mother, and Nov. 3, 2012.

The undercover officer said her role in the so-called Mr. Big operation ended on Feb. 9, 2014, months before Shyback allegedly confessed to other undercover officers that he had killed his wife.

Facebook reviews reporting process following livestream confession

  Facebook reviews reporting process following livestream confession On Sunday a man posted a video to Facebook detailing his intent to kill another man. According to Facebook, the first report about the video containing the shooting arrived one hour and 45 minutes after it went posted. The suspects account was disabled 23 minutes after that report was sent.

Error 404: Page Not Found. Car crashes into home, killing one.

blog 'cherylspann.blogdetik.com' is not exists. Best of Car Talk CD epub pdf txt.

Det. Dave Sweet testified he assisted in bringing the sting to a close by calling Shyback while he was with undercover operatives in Winnipeg.

“The purpose of that phone call was to stimulate conversation between Mr. Shyback and the undercover officers he was with in Winnipeg,” Sweet said, of his Dec. 5, 2014, communication with the accused.

Sweet called Shyback and left a voice mail message for him to call back, which he did five or six minutes later.

In the call, played in court, the homicide detective explained to the accused his wife’s disappearance was no longer being considered a missing person’s file.

“I wanted you to know I’ve just been assigned to your common-law wife’s case,” he said, after introducing himself as a homicide cop.

“I was wondering if you’d be available a little bit later today, and I could sit down and talk to you,” Sweet said, knowing Shyback was in Manitoba with the undercover officers.

Murder suspect kept wife's body buried in basement for two years

  Murder suspect kept wife's body buried in basement for two years Domestic murder suspect Allan Shyback confessed to strangling his common-law wife and burying her body in their basement for two years, a Calgary court heard Tuesday. In her opening address at Shyback’s Court of Queen’s Bench trial, Crown prosecutor Heather Morris said the accused admitted killing Lisa Mitchell during a so-called Mr. Big sting operation. […]Domestic murder suspect Allan Shyback confessed to strangling his common-law wife and burying her body in their basement for two years, a Calgary court heard Tuesday.

blog 'gregorygancio.blogdetik.com' is not exists. Introd. by Allan Fromme epub pdf txt.

It takes 15 seconds to make one! Log in Sign Up.

“I’m just out of town on business,” Shyback responded.

Sweet told the accused he’d reviewed the file.

“I’ve come to believe Lisa is not a missing person … that she’s actually a victim of a homicide, or a murder,” Shyback was told. “I wanted to talk to you about the change of direction of the investigation.”

Sweet also told Shyback he’d like to search his Ogden home for any possible evidence.

Police later found Mitchell’s badly decomposed body in a plastic tote container sealed in cement in the basement of the residence.

Sweet had earlier interviewed Shyback just months after Mitchell disappeared and the accused told him they had fought the night she went missing.

Shyback said they fought over trust issues and money.

“I’m one of five potential biological fathers for my son,” Shyback told Sweet.

Shyback said he was aware that his wife had profiles on a number of dating sites

“Right before we started to calm down I kind of gave her an ultimatum,” Shyback said in the Jan. 29, 2013, interview.

“OK, what was your ultimatum?” the officer asked. “That things would have to change or she’d have to go.”

The trial continues on Thursday.

KMartin@postmedia.com

On Twitter: @KMartinCourts

Police catch murder suspect with help from victim’s Fitbit data .
A Connecticut woman’s Fitbit may have helped bring her murderer to justice. Connie Dabate was shot dead in her home December 2015. Connie Dabate was shot dead in her home December 2015. Her husband, Richard Dabate claimed he left for work around 8:30, only to return a half-hour later to see “a masked man — about 6-foot-2 and stocky with a Vin Diesel voice.” The man allegedly tortured Richard, shot Connie with her husband’s gun when she arrived home from a gym class, and then ran when Richard escaped and called the police.

Source: http://ca.pressfrom.com/news/canada/-24154-staged-car-accident-lures-murder-suspect-allan-shyback-into-mr-big-sting/

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
This is interesting!