Weekend Reads Remains found in Oshawa basement apartment belong to Rori Hache, police say

00:35  06 january  2018
00:35  06 january  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Two children found dead in possible Oak Bay homicide: Police

  Two children found dead in possible Oak Bay homicide: Police Two children are dead and their father is injured in what Oak Bay police are investigating as possible homicides and an attempted suicide on Christmas Day. Two children are dead and their father is injured in what Oak Bay police are investigating as possible homicides and an attempted suicide on Christmas Day. The young girls, ages four and six, were found dead in the ground-floor apartment at 1400 Beach Dr. around 5 p.m., when police entered the suite.

Durham police have found more remains belonging to Rori Hache , the Oshawa teen whose torso was found floating in the nearby waterfront last September. On Friday, police confirmed that remains that were found in a basement apartment in late December belong to 18-year-old Hache .

Durham police have found more remains belonging to Rori Hache , the Oshawa teen On Friday, police confirmed that remains that were found in a basement apartment in late December belong to 18-year-old Hache . At the time, Durham police said the torso showed "obvious" signs of trauma.

a woman with red hair looking at the camera: Rori Hache was reported missing by her family and was last seen on Aug. 29.© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Rori Hache was reported missing by her family and was last seen on Aug. 29.

Durham police have found more remains belonging to Rori Hache, the Oshawa teen whose torso was found floating in the nearby waterfront last September.

On Friday, police confirmed that remains that were found in a basement apartment in late December belong to 18-year-old Hache.

Back on Sept. 11, a fisherman spotted a female torso floating in the water of Oshawa Harbour. At the time, Durham police said the torso showed "obvious" signs of trauma. Four days later, police announced they were investigating the incident as a homicide.

Victims in basement apartment were mom, 2 kids, 2nd woman

  Victims in basement apartment were mom, 2 kids, 2nd woman Four people found slain inside a New York apartment house the day after Christmas have been identified as two children, their mother and a second woman. Troy police Chief John Tedesco says the victims were a 36-year-old woman, her 5-year-old daughter, her 11-year-old son and a 22-year-old woman who had a relationship with the mother.Tedesco says a property manager found the bodies Tuesday after being asked to check on the welfare of the residents of the basement apartment, one of five in a house located in the city's Lansingburgh section along the Hudson River just north of Albany.

Police in Durham Region say human remains found in an Oshawa apartment last week belong to a missing Last week, Durham Regional Police officers responded to a basement apartment on McMillan Drive, near Bond and By Friday, police confirmed that the remains belong to Rori Hache .

Police say that remains found in an Oshawa apartment on Dec. Last week, Durham Regional Police officers responded to a basement apartment on McMillan Drive, near Bond and Centre Streets after a man doing work at the By Friday, police confirmed that the remains belong to Rori Hache .

It wasn't until November, however, that police identified the torso as Hache's. The teen was reported missing by her family and was last seen on Aug. 29.

Then on Dec. 29, police were called to a basement apartment on McMillan Drive in Oshawa, where they found female remains. A suspicious package was also found, which led police to call in the explosive disposal unit and evacuate nearby homes.

Once police were able to get into the apartment, they called homicide investigators. At the time, a 45-year-old male was also arrested and charged with indecent interference to a dead body.

He remains in custody.

Police are asking anyone with information about the case to call police at 888-222-8477 or Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.

Boy, 16, charged with second-degree murder in fatal Oshawa stabbing of 17-year-old .
Durham Regional police have charged a 16-year-old boy with second-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of a 17-year-old boy in Oshawa Thursday afternoon.Police rushed to the area of Harmony and Taunton Rds. around 3 p.m. Witnesses told police the victim was involved in a verbal altercation with the suspect, which led to the stabbing.When police officers arrived, they found the victim, with stab wounds and no vital signs. He was rushed to hospital where he was later pronounced dead.He has been identified as Neveithan Baskaran. He is Durham Region’s first homicide victim of 2018.The suspect made a brief court appearance on Friday.

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