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CITY DETECTIVES WORKING MURDER CASE – North K Stabbing Ends Homicide Respite

"Chalk" outlineOn August 22, 2015, shortly before 5:00 am, emergency services were dispatched to the 100 block of Donwood Drive regarding the report of an injured man.

Upon arrival, a man suffering from apparent stab wounds was located and transported to hospital in critical condition.

The man subsequently died from his injuries.

The deceased has been identified as Darryl Arthur Abraham (36) years of Winnipeg.

No arrests have been made at this time.

The investigation is continuing by members of the WPS Homicide Unit.  Anyone with further information regarding this investigation is asked to contact investigators at (204) 986-6508 or Crime Stoppers at (204) 786-TIPS (8477).

INSIDER COMMENTARY:

Darryl Abraham is the 16th murder victim reported in Winnipeg in 2015.

He is the 6th victim to die from stab wounds this year.

All but three (3) homicides in 2015 have been solved.

Solvency rate 81.25 %.

Month Long Homicide Respite Over

The last homicide investigated by the WPS Homicide Unit occurred thirty-three (33) days ago on July 20, 2015 when the body of Justin Chezick (42) was discovered in a home in the north end that had been set ablaze.

Justin Harvey Chezick (FB)
Justin Harvey Chezick (FB)

Romeo Ryle (19) was subsequently charged with 2nd Degree Murder in connection with the incident.

Police have not released Chezick’s cause of death.

FACTOIDS:

Previous dates when Winnipeg recorded the (16th) homicide of the year;

2014 – August 23
2013 – Sept 4
2012 – June 17
2011 – May 21 (Record Year – 41 Homicides)
2010 – August 27
2009 – July 22
2008 – May 25
2007 – July 28
2006 – Oct 17
2005 – Aug 19
2004 – July 31 (Previous Record Year – 34 Homicides) (100% solvency)

2 Comments

  1. Mateo;

    The truth is I am neither bored or uninspired.

    I have been extremely busy doing consultation work with a number of writers and have been exploring several career opportunities.

    I also do volunteer work when time permits.

    I truly appreciate your comments and have a great deal of appreciation and respect for you and my other TPI readers who have been tremendously supportive over the last couple of years.

    I guess I could have just replied, “It’s complicated”, but I thought I would provide a bit more information than that.

    I hope that answers your question.

    Thanks again.

  2. I feel that we, the reader, aren’t getting any sort of “insider” perspective lately. Are you bored or uninspired?

    Mateo

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