Canada Woman’s death in Etobicoke ruled a homicide

16:53  04 january  2018
16:53  04 january  2018 Source:   thestar.com

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Toronto police have ruled a woman ’ s death at a residence in Richview Park in Etobicoke a homicide — the first of 2018. Emergency services responded to a call for a medical complaint near Farley Cr. And Callowhill Dr. at around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday

The death of a woman in her 70 s in Etobicoke that police had deemed suspicious is now being investigated as a homicide . The Cook County Medical Examiner’ s Office ruled the death a homicide .

Toronto Police are investigating the death of a woman in Etobicoke after being called to a home for a medical complaint. She was pronounced dead at the scene. © Victor Biro Toronto Police are investigating the death of a woman in Etobicoke after being called to a home for a medical complaint. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Toronto Police have ruled a woman’s death at a residence in Richview Park in Etobicoke a homicide.

Emergency services responded to a call for a medical complaint near Farley Cr. And Callowhill Dr. at around 11 p.m. Wednesday, where they found a woman without vital signs and suffering “severe injuries,” police said.

The victim was pronounced dead on scene and the death was ruled suspicious, before it was determined to be a homicide.

Police confirmed that a man has been arrested in connection with the murder but the identity of the victim or suspect have not yet been released.

Police investigate homicide at Manitoba prison .
STONY MOUNTAIN, Man. - RCMP are investigating a homicide at a federal prison in Manitoba that killed an inmate who was serving a life sentence for beating a woman to death. Police said they were informed of a fight at the Stony Mountain Institution on Sunday night that involved numerous inmates. An 42-year-old prisoner was transported to hospital in serious condition, but police said he later died from his injuries. A news release from Correctional Service Canada has identified him as Max Maurice Richard.

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