Canada Suspicious Dartmouth death ruled a homicide, charges laid

02:21  19 june  2017
02:21  19 june  2017 Source:   cbc.ca

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Halifax Regional Police have ruled a suspicious death in Dartmouth that occurred on Friday, June 16 to be a homicide and charges have been laid . Police identified the victim as 35-year-old Nadia Gonzales of Dartmouth .

Halifax Regional Police say the suspicious death of a woman on Friday evening in Dartmouth has been ruled a homicide and charges have been laid . Police were called to the 0-100 block of Hastings Drive shortly after 7:30 p.m for an assault in progress.

Police were called to a neighbourhood off Prince Arthur Avenue in Dartmouth on Friday night. Michael Gorman/CBC © Copyright: (C) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, http://www.cbc.ca/aboutcbc/discover/termsofuse.htm... Police were called to a neighbourhood off Prince Arthur Avenue in Dartmouth on Friday night. Michael Gorman/CBC

Halifax Regional Police have ruled a suspicious death in Dartmouth that occurred on Friday, June 16 to be a homicide and charges have been laid.

Police identified the victim as 35-year-old Nadia Gonzales of Dartmouth.

On Friday at 7:42 p.m., police responded to Hastings Drive for an assault in progress. 

When officers got there, they found an injured man outside a residential building. He was taken to hospital with what appeared to be life-threatening injuries.

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Halifax Regional Police have ruled a suspicious death in Dartmouth Monday a homicide . Police say a 68-year-old man from Dartmouth was arrested at the scene and remains in police custody. They say charges are expected and the suspect and victim knew each other.

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First-degree murder charges

Police also found a woman inside the building and she was pronounced dead at the scene.

Five people were taken into custody, but three were released and two people have been charged.

Calvin Maynard Sparks, 23, of Dartmouth has been charged with one count each of first-degree murder, attempted murder, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and breach of probation.

Samantha Rose Ritch, 19, of Halifax has been charged with one count each of first-degree murder, attempted murder, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and breach of recognizance.

Halifax Regional Police are still at the scene and are expected to be there throughout the day Sunday.

This is the second homicide reported in Dartmouth this month.

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