Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Two more bodies dumped on Colebrook Road

Freddy was right. Kim Bolan, the Vancouver Province, CTV and CBC are reporting that two more bodies were found on Colebrook Road in Surrey this morning. One blog reader wrote in and recounted how the two suspects that assaulted that Surrey sex trade worker did so on Colebrook road. That is messed up.

The Vancouver Province is reporting that “Sgt. Jennifer Pound said the first body - an unresponsive male at the side of the road near 125A Street - was spotted by a uniformed officer on "proactive" patrol around 2 a.m. Wednesday. When additional officers were called to the scene, a police dog team found a woman's body a short distance away.”

Kim Bolan is reporting that “The man’s body was found in the exact spot where 29-year-old Delta resident Amritpal (Paul) Saran was found burned and dumped on Feb. 24.” If I’m counting right that makes ten homicides this year so far in Surrey alone. That’s including Janice Shore who was brutally assaulted in Whalley December of last year but died of her injuries this year.


Update: Police have identified the two dead bodies found on Colebrook road early Wednesday moring. One is 54-year-old Brett Sheldon Lietz. And the other is 40-year-old Nicole Madelynn Brochu. Brochu had a criminal record between 1989 and 2003, while Lietz had no record at all. The two victims were known to each other as they were living together as roommates. Police also state it is likely they were both shot at the location they were found in.

MacLeans article: Surrey’s infamous dead-end road


  1. Kim Bolan says:

    March 13, 2013 at 2:16 pm:

    "Well he (Safi-Mirhadi drug-trial) is back on the stand today, so things got resolved. Unfortunately, I am in Surrey and unable to cover it,..."

    So, AK, even KB herself is drawn out here; no doubt, to personally cover this story on Colebrook Road...This is getting to be big news, and probably national attention....

    Yes, the G & M has it; from the national Canadian Press:

    "Surrey mayor ‘very concerned’ about spate of homicides in growing city."

  2. METRO VANCOUVER - RCMP began investigating Surrey’s 11th murder in as many weeks Monday evening, as the city’s bloody start to the new year continues."

    "RCMP were called to a multi-unit home on 103 A Avenue in the city’s Whalley neighbourhood around 5 p.m. Monday after a woman believed to be in her 50s was killed what police believed to be family violence, according to Staff Sgt. Warren Tyson."

    “Nobody’s in custody at this point,” Tyson said. “I don’t know who she resides with.”

    "The Surrey Urban Mission’s executive director Jonquil Hallgate said residents of the mission have told said the victim lived with her teenage son."

    “Again, another murder in our community,” Hallgate said. “What can you say? It’s just mindboggling that people do stuff like this to other people.” (VSun)

    Is Surrey setting a BC record....?...With eleven murders and it's half-way thru March?

    I've never, ever lived in a BC community (born here in 1956) that had this happen; or anything even near to it.

    I never go out when it's dark in Surrey. You're just asking to get murdered; over ten dollars for a new rock...


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