Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Another Edmonton Murder



Edmonton Homicide investigators spent much of Tuesday combing through a bullet-ridden black SUV - parked at a cemetery - that contained the bodies of two men. They're treating the deaths as suspicious but they need time to investigate before they can call it a homicide.

One would think that the bullet ridden SUV might be suspicious indeed. If it is determined to be another homicide it would mark Edmonton's 41st and 42nd homicide this year. Much more than the annual rate of 27 in 2009 and 2010 and has now broken the record from 2005 of 39.

One blog reader claims that the murder victims are Trevor Greenway and Jason Trundle which has yet to be confirmed. I'm not sure why the police aren't releasing the names of the victims. Seemingly Greenway has a criminal history which includes two years in custody for possessing cocaine for the purpose of trafficking in Saskatchewan. Gee there's a gang war going on in Winnipeg...

5 comments:

  1. Also back east;

    "The Vancouver Sun has learned that a murder victim identified by York Regional Police last July as Alexander Kucovic was really Barjaktarovic, a Johal associate turned Crown witness at one of the most sensational murder trials in B.C. history."

    "Now police are probing whether Barjaktarovic’s testimony in 1995 or his more recent gang affiliations had anything to do with his execution outside his palatial Vaughan, Ont. home on a warm summer evening."

    http://tinyurl.com/69eb5sm

    He wouldn't leave *the life* behind...

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  2. I’m sorry for your loss. Hopefully the idea of who betrayed them and who set them us will come out in the investigation.

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  3. http://www.torontosun.com/2011/10/13/man-found-dead-in-graveyard-known-to-cops

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  4. Trevor was a good guy and will be missed. My brother was a very good friend of Trevors i hope who ever did this will be caught and get there's in the end.

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