Canada Hamilton police locate 16-year-old girl charged with murder

10:21  11 november  2017
10:21  11 november  2017 Source:   Toronto Star

Woman arrested after police discover 3 dead babies in Laurentians

  Woman arrested after police discover 3 dead babies in Laurentians Woman arrested after police discover 3 dead babies in LaurentiansA 27-year-old woman from Ste-Marthe-sur-le-Lac will be charged with the first-degree murder of three of her own newborn babies on Thursday afternoon at the St-Jérôme courthouse, according to a spokesperson for the Sûreté du Québec.

The teen was arrested in April in connection with the murder of a 33- year - old Mississauga man.

Hamilton police have taken the unusual step of naming a youth charged with murder who has Police were given a judge's authorization to release the identity of Olivia Hall-Davis, 16 , and a Police believe she is still somewhere in Toronto and are asking for the public’s assistance in locating her.

Hamilton police have found a 16-year-old girl who is charged with the murder of a 33-year-old Mississauga man after she went missing in Toronto.

Police say the girl had breached her bail conditions, which included living with a surety in Toronto.

On Thursday, police announced they’d located the teenager, who was originally arrested April 30.

The girl is one of three youth charged with second-degree murder after Hayder Qasim-Rushi, 33, drove to a gas station on Upper Centennial Parkway with life-threatening injuries on April 28.

He died of his injuries two days later in hospital.

To find her, Hamilton police took the unusual step of identifying her by releasing her name and photograph.

Ontario’s Youth Criminal Justice Act prohibits the publication of information that identifies a young person’s involvement with the criminal justice system.

The temporary judicial authorization required to identify her is no longer valid.

Police say they needed to publicize her identity, believing she was dangerous.

Murder trial begins today in death of off-duty police officer Catherine Campbell .
Murder trial begins today in death of off-duty police officer Catherine Campbell A second-degree murder trial begins this morning in a Halifax courtroom for a Nova Scotia man accused of killing off-duty pol in September 2015.Christopher Garnier, 29, was charged after Campbell's body was found on under the Macdonald Bridge in Halifax, a few days after she failed to report for her job as a Truro police officer. Garnier is also charged with interfering with a dead body.

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