Canada 'Dangerous' 16-year-old girl wanted for murder: Hamilton police

17:00  09 november  2017
17:00  09 november  2017 Source:   CBC

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Hamilton police have taken the rare step of releasing the name and photo of a minor. Olivia Hall-Davis, 16, is believed to be dangerous, police say, and is wanted for murder.

Hamilton police received permission from a judge to release the identity of Hall-Davis as, police said in a press release, "there is reason to believe she is dangerous to others and publication of the information is necessary to assist the police in apprehending her."

Hall-Davis is wanted for second-degree murder in the death of Mississauga man Hayder Qasim-Rushdi, 33, who, police said in May, staggered into a Stoney Creek Mountain gas station on April 28 covered in blood. Two days later he died in hospital.

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- Hamilton police news release. Police said Thursday that the seven- year - old was being abused by her mother's boyfriend, who also made the girl available for abuse via the online advertising service Craigslist. 21 with failure to provide necessaries of life to a child under 16 years old .

Police said then that they believed a trio of teen sex workers were trying to rob the man when things "escalated."

As a result of their investigation, police say, three people, including Hall-Davis, were arrested and charged with murder.

Det. Richard Wouters of the Hamilton Police Service could not speak about potential motives.

"Just because it's before the courts, I'm not able to speak in relation to any of the evidence," said Wouters.

Police say, in September, Hall-Davis was released on bail conditions which she violated on Oct. 25.

"She had a bail hearing and the courts felt she met the conditions to be released. The crown and the police were opposed to it, but the defence was able to make an argument," said Wouters.

Police say Hall-Davis was last seen around 9:00 p.m. in and around the area of 12 Division of the Toronto Police Service.

Police believe Hall-Davis is somewhere in Toronto. They ask anyone with information to contact Toronto Police Service, 12 Division, at 416-808-1200 or the Hamilton Police Service at 905-546-4925 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. You can submit anonymous tips online at http://www.crimestoppershamilton.com.

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