Canada REAL SCOOP: Murder victims in Langley and Chilliwack identified

07:45  06 september  2017
07:45  06 september  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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Homicide investigators provided updates Tuesday on recent murders in Langley and Chilliwack . Brandy Petrie, 34, of Burnaby, and Surrey resident Avery Levely-Flescher, 20, were found with fatal gunshot wounds inside a vehicle near 232 Street and 64 Avenue in Langley about 5:30 a.m. Friday.

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Homicide investigators provided updates Tuesday on recent murders in Langley and Chilliwack.

Brandy Petrie, 34, of Burnaby, and Surrey resident Avery Levely-Flescher, 20, were found with fatal gunshot wounds inside a vehicle near 232 Street and 64 Avenue in Langley about 5:30 a.m. Friday.

Mounties found a male suspect near the scene and arrested him.

Langley resident Travis MacPhail, 21, appeared in Surrey Provincial Court Tuesday charged with two counts of second-degree murder,  one of possession of a prohibited or restricted firearm, uttering threats and aggravated sexual assault. His next appearance in Sept. 22.

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Integrated Homicide Investigation Team Cpl. Frank Jang said the murders appeared to be targeted.

“The quick response of the Langley RCMP first responders should be acknowledged as well as the tenacious work of IHIT investigators and our partners in securing charge approval,” he said in a release.

Petrie was a model who formerly lived in Ottawa. Levely-Flescher had worked on a dial-a-dope ine and had a criminal record.

Jang also released the name of a 35-year-old man shot to death in Chilliwack Sept. 3.

He said the victim, Jose Martin Torres, was found in the 9500-block of Williams Street about 4:30 a.m.

“Emergency first responders transported the male to hospital where he later died as a result of his injuries,” Jang said. 

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Murder numbers from Whistler to Chilliwack rise in 2016. Yet in 2015, IHIT publicly identified all but three confirmed murder victims in the region. Blog: vancouversun.com/tag/ real - scoop . Murders /suspicious deaths in the region in 2016 by investigating agency

He said Torres was known to police.  

He was convicted in Chilliwack in 2005 of carrying a weapon for a dangerous purpose and sentenced to 12 months probation. He also faced firearms charges at the Supreme Court level.

“Investigators are working to determine the motive behind the shooting, but believe that Mr. Torres’ murder was targeted. At this time, there is no information to link this with any other acts of violence in the Lower Mainland,” Jang said.

“This was a brazen shooting in a residential neighbourhood. We urge anyone with information regarding this shooting to contact police.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact IHIT at 1-877-551-4448 or ihitinfo@rcmp-grc.gc.ca.

 

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