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Title: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: wantedwanted on October 07, 2014, 09:57:48 PM
I did not see a thread for Sheri-Lynn, so I thought I would start one.

On October 7, 2013, Sheri-Lynn McEwan, a 40 year old nurse at Health Sciences North, was found severely injured at her home on Elbow Ridge Road off Nelson Road in Estaire, a community just south of Sudbury. She later died of her injuries. The day of her murder, Sheri-Lynn had just returned home, having been driven back from Toronto by friends after a weekend in Las Vegas. Her friends said nothing looked out of the ordinary when they dropped Sheri-Lynn off, however, shortly afterwards at 4:02PM a 911 call was made from her home. Police have been unable to comment on who made the call, nor did they confirm reports that there was no sound on the line. Police have also been unable to say whether this murder was an isolated or random attack. Forensic evidence has been collected, but again, police can't release any information on that subject.

On October 27, 2013, Sheri-Lynn's husband, Terry Boyle, took his own life. Terry was Deputy-Chief at the Estaire Fire Department.

This is an unusual case, especially considering the suicide of her husband. A DI with the OPP, Shawn Glassford, is now investigating this case, looking for tips and information from the public. While it might be tempting to assume that 'the husband did it', the impression I get is that this may not be the case.
Anyone with any information about McEwan's murder should call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122, Sudbury OPP at 1-705-564-6900, or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).


http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-murder-remains-unsolved-one-year-later-1.2789891 (http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-murder-remains-unsolved-one-year-later-1.2789891)
http://www.northernlife.ca/news/policeandCourt/2013/10/28-body-found-estaire-sudbury.aspx (http://www.northernlife.ca/news/policeandCourt/2013/10/28-body-found-estaire-sudbury.aspx)
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-murder-investigation-continues-opp-1.2531832 (http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-murder-investigation-continues-opp-1.2531832)
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on October 08, 2014, 10:34:03 PM
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-murder-remains-unsolved-one-year-later-1.2789891


Sheri-Lynn McEwan murder remains unsolved, one year later

New OPP detective looking into unexplained murder of 40-year-old Estaire woman

CBC News Posted: Oct 07, 2014 8:17 AM ET| Last Updated: Oct 07, 2014 8:59 AM ET

Today marks one year since a woman was murdered in the community of Estaire, just south of Sudbury.

Details about what happened to 40-year-old Sheri-Lynn McEwan remain sparse, but the investigation is ongoing.

And, there's a fresh set of eyes looking into the case.

Shawn Glassford is the new OPP detective inspector on the case.

The Orillia-based detective is urging the public to come forward with any information they may have — even if they think it's nothing.

Sheri-Lynn McEwan
Estaire's Sheri-Lynn McEwan died after being seriously injured in her home in October of last year. McEwan is being honoured today at Health Sciences North, where she worked as a nurse. (supplied)

 “What I would ask is that anybody who has information on the case, no matter how insignificant they feel it is, if they could please let us know. We want to talk to people that had any information concerning the homicide,” he said.

"It could be that piece of the puzzle that we're looking for."

Glassford said anyone with information about McEwan's murder should call Sudbury OPP or Crimestoppers.

Unanswered questions

Friends of McEwan hope the puzzle is solved soon — and some say they haven't felt safe since her murder.

"I've never slept with a baseball bat beside my bed before in my life and now I do,” said Jennifer Bora, who knew McEwan for 12 years.

She said it's hard living with so many unanswered questions about her friend's death.

"You want to know that, every day, somebody's sitting in their damn office looking at the files of Sheri-Lynn McEwan to figure out what the hell happened to her."

What is known is that, on Oct. 7 of last year, McEwan was coming back from Toronto with some friends.

The group had just spent a weekend in Las Vegas.

They dropped McEwan off at her home. It was from there that a 911 call was made shortly afterwards.

The call was made at about 4:02 p.m. OPP can't say who called and they can't confirm reports that there wasn’t any sound on the other end.

Friends have said nothing looked out of place when they dropped McEwan off that day.

A suspect has never been named in the investigation and OPP can't say if it was an isolated or random attack.

In an effort to help, Estaire volunteer fire fighters have given samples of their DNA to OPP.

Meanwhile, McEwan's house has been sold to a family, who moved in this June. They volunteer at the fire department as well.

As for the anniversary of her death, McEwan is being honoured today at Health Sciences North, where she worked as a nurse.

Operating room staff members will host a potluck, and a plaque will be erected in her memory.

Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 02, 2015, 08:08:23 PM
This article is dated Oct 21, 2013

http://www.northernlife.ca/news/editorial/21-murder-throne-sudbury.aspx



Should we be concerned?

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Oct 21, 2013 - 2:52 PM | 

Murder makes people concerned. When there seems to be no rhyme or reason for a person’s untimely death, murder makes people fearful.

Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Sheri-Lynn McEwan, who died tragically and too soon Oct. 7. And as a community, even as we mourn a person who touched the lives of so many as a nurse, we look at the terrible events of that day and can’t help but wonder how and why her life was cut short.

More than that, we — again, as a community, but also as individuals — wonder if we should be concerned for our own safety and that of our loved ones.

This is especially true when the OPP, which is investigating the case, initially offered vague warnings that the culprit, potentially armed and dangerous, was still at large. As days pass with no arrest and no new information, some, naturally, feel their concern turning to fear.

For police to withhold information from the public while conducting a murder investigation is understandable. Too much can tip off the culprit and limit the effectiveness of tips received.

But too little leads to the situation Sudbury and area finds itself in today. Police have been particularly quiet on this one, more so than in other murder investigations we’ve seen. And the OPP’s silence is leading to unfounded rumours about the identity of the murderer and unfair speculation about the victim.

We’re willing to give the police the benefit of the doubt for now. But eventually, the community deserves an explanation why so few details were made public.

People want some reassurance, some small release of information, to assuage those fears and quash the rumour mill before it really picks up steam.

But most of all, they want Sheri-Lynn McEwan’s killer brought to justice.

 
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 02, 2015, 08:22:55 PM
http://www.yourlifemoments.ca/sitepages/obituary.asp?oId=745823

McEWAN, Sheri-Lynn -  It is with heavy hearts we say goodbye to our beloved Sheri-Lynn McEwan, 40, of Sudbury. Cherished companion to Terry Boyle. Loving daughter of Gail and Daniel McEwan (predeceased), devoted sister to Bill McEwan and Patricia Hunter (husband Kevin) of London, role model to nephew and niece Alexander and Emma. Caring mother to Shadow and Radar (predeceased). Sheri-Lynn was loved by many friends, colleagues and family across the country, most especially her many girlies. Sheri-Lynn embraced life, spreading smiles, laughter, friendship and love through all her activities and responsibilities such as nursing, biking and participating in roller derby. A beautiful woman, inside and out taken from us too soon, we will carry her smile and giggle forever. Funeral Visitation at the  JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME , 233 Larch St., Sudbury (Friends may call 2-9pm Sunday). Celebration of Life at St. Andrew's United Church, 111 Larch St., Sudbury Monday, October 14th, 2013 at 11am. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. Donations to the Estaire-Wanup Volunteer Fire Department would be appreciated. To light a memorial candle, flowers,
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 02, 2015, 08:31:39 PM
http://www.thesudburystar.com/2013/11/14/what-the-man-died-of-was-a-broken-heart


Friends of murder victim’s husband insist he’s innoncent

‘What the man died of was a broken heart’ 0   


Carol Mulligan

By Carol Mulligan, Sudbury Star

 Thursday, November 14, 2013 9:07:16 EST PM


It’s a reality so nightmarish, at times they still can’t believe it.

In the space of three weeks, firefighters, auxiliary and board members with the Estaire Wanup Volunteer Fire Department lost two people they loved.

On Oct. 7, they responded to call at 7 Elbow Lake Rd., where Sheri-Lynn McEwan, the wife of their deputy chief and a former volunteer firefighter herself, was found gravely injured after an assault.

The popular operating room nurse at Health Sciences North was rushed to hospital and succumbed to her injuries. Her death was immediately ruled a homicide.

Ontario Provincial Police released few details about her murder, only cautioning people to be vigilant, as they always should be, about their personal safety.

At McEwan's funeral Oct. 14, her husband, Terry Boyle, sobbed as he delivered a eulogy to more than 200 people. “I beg you, please, never let her spirit die,” said Boyle. “That would be admitting defeat, and Sheri-Lynn would never allow that.”

Less than two weeks later, firefighters, many of whom he trained, were paged to 7 Elbow Lake Rd. again, this time to a possible suicide. Boyle was found dead by his own hand, say those who spoke to The Star.

The Estaire Wanup fire hall is located directly across the road from the home where Sheri-Lynn McEwan, 40, and Terry Boyle, 59, lived.

It was a new residence the couple built after a fire on Feb. 14, 2011, destroyed their previous home and everything they owned.

The new home was a new beginning for the couple who had met about three years ago at a campground through mutual friends.

Boyle left Niagara and moved to the area three years ago for McEwan, said friend and fellow firefighter Pete Gilbert. “He gave up everything for her.”

They married in June.

Boyle was apparently estranged from his family, including two ex-wives and grown children.

His friends don’t know much about his life before he moved to the area, but they say they know what kind of man he was.

Tuesday night, 10 of them, including eight members of the fire department, sat down with The Sudbury Star, at their request, in the training room at the fire hall. They wanted to talk about Boyle so people see him through their eyes.

Rumours have been rampant since McEwan’s murder, especially since Boyle’s death. Police haven’t commented on the cause of Boyle’s death, other than to say foul play was not involved.

No bulletins have been issued by police about a murderer being on the loose. When contacted this week, an OPP spokesman said the investigation into McEwan's murder continues, but there is no new information to report and citizens should continue to exercise vigilance.

Ray Alatalo has been a firefighter with the Estaire Wanup department for a year, and became close friends with Boyle in that time.

He’s soft-spoken but direct when asked about the series of events after Sheri-Lynn was murdered.

When OPP officers arrived at the scene of the crime, they “seized” it, containing several firefighters within the home and property for several hours, said Alatalo.

Boyle was working at his job as a driver with Manitoulin Transport, doing a local run, say his friends. His fire department pager went off as other volunteers’ did, when the call came in about the medical emergency at his address.

Fire Chief Jenny Borton had notified their dispatcher to only tell Boyle to get home when he called in.

When he got there, he was denied access to his home and would not be permitted to return there until Oct. 17, 10 days later.

From then on, the fire hall became a meeting place for Boyle, and McEwan’s friends and family, remaining open every night the week after she was killed. A community meal was served Tuesday night and people just sat around in shock commiserating, instead of holding the usual two- or three-hour training session.

A young couple, good friends of Sheri-Lynn’s and Terry’s, took Terry home to stay with them. He would remain with them until the morning of his death when he left, saying he was going home to do a few things at his house.

The community of 500 residents, spread over a broad area, was stunned by the murder, and many people showed up at the fire hall to show their support, said Alatalo.

Boyle’s firefighter friends, many of them trained in identifying grief, watched him “going through the obvious,” said Alatalo. “The horrifying realization his wife’s been murdered. And no information, no details.”

Those who spoke with The Star are fiercely loyal to Boyle.

Gilbert said Boyle was an experienced firefighter, who worked for General Motors before being laid off, then in fire services for 17 years. Experienced and direct, “he would give you an explanation and then let you go ahead and do it.”

Borton describes Boyle as an excellent leader and trainer, “and our friend.

“We miss him so much. He was such an asset to the whole community, to the fire department,” said the chief. “We felt honoured to have him, to have his knowledge, to have his love, to just have him around.”

A terrible hole has been left by the loss of both McEwan and Boyle, said Borton.

Boyle gelled the group, many of whom were new members of the department, with his “outgoing personality and easy demeanour,” said Alatalo.

When asked how painful it is to hear bad things said about his friend, Alatalo replied: “You can’t publish it.”

The couple with whom Boyle lived after McEwan’s murder until his death did not wish to be identified because of fears for their family’s safety.

The woman said she, her husband, Boyle’s firefighter colleagues and others were worried about him being despondent, which is why they arranged that he not be alone, for the most part.

His friends told The Star that Boyle was interviewed several times by the OPP about his wife’s murder in the two weeks after her death, the last time on Saturday evening, Oct. 27.

Alatalo speaks softly, but has no problem recounting what he said are the facts related to the deaths of both McEwan and Boyle.

Several members of the Estaire Wanup Volunteer Fire Department were interviewed and supplied DNA samples willingly to police because many of them socialized with the couple and had been to their home.

They wanted to do everything they could “not just for Terry, but to expedite the investigation” into McEwan’s death, said Alatalo.

Some firefighters visited the couple’s home after the scene was released and said there was evidence the garage door was broken into and a door to the house was kicked in, leading them to believe there was a break and enter at the couple’s home.

OPP have not released any information about the crime scene.

Even though Boyle was questioned several times by police, said Alatalo, he was “not even (given) so much as a hint to say that there’s a clue” as to who murdered his wife.

He was last interviewed by the OPP on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 7-11:15 p.m.

Gilbert said Boyle had supper with him and his wife, Leena Korkiakoski, a captain with the fire department.

After the interview, he returned to the home of the couple he was staying with, chatting until 3 a.m. with the man.

Boyle got up the next morning, and skipped coffee, saying he was going home.

The woman Boyle was staying with said they all worried about Boyle's state of mind. “It was a big fear. We talked in great length about it.”

She thought he was doing as well as could be expected. She had promised to take a leave of absence from work and sit beside him in the courtroom at trial when the person who killed McEwan was found and charged.

“I thought I had him at least that far,” she said.

One firefighter considered moving in with Boyle to help him adjust to living at home.

Like Alatalo, she gets angry when she hears people talking badly about Boyle. “It’s everywhere you go.” She tries to avoid it, but everyone has an opinion.

“I wish everybody could see him through our eyes.”

What she saw was a man who was understanding, patient, kind, generous, sweet and helpful.

“The reason I loved him the most was because of how he treated Sheri-Lynn ... he treated her how she should be (treated).”

Boyle’s friends say they don’t know much about his life before he moved to the area.

They don't believe that Boyle was in any way involved in McEwan's death.

As far as Gilbert is concerned, “what the man died of was a broken heart ... That’s what did it to him.”

Said Borton, who has been with the fire department for 17 years, the last as chief: “I know he did not do it, I know that. I just know.”

Alatalo said his parents live in Estaire, a community where nobody worried about locking their doors or stopping to help people before McEwan was killed, “but things have changed.”

He and other firefighters who miss their friend and colleague want to stress one point: “There’s still an active investigation into a murder and people can’t just assume.”

 carol.mulligan@sunmedia.ca
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 03, 2015, 04:49:21 PM
Unfortunately, these articles are not in chrono order.  I will highlight the dates.
And thank you Wantedwanted for adding her name, the links, etc, and setting up her thread.
As you know, links often are removed, and I hope you don't mind my copying and pasting them in her thread/jb

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-remembered-for-kindness-1.2054686


Sheri-Lynn McEwan remembered for 'kindness'

Funeral for murdered Estaire woman was held on the weekend

CBC News Posted: Oct 15, 2013 11:06 AM ET| Last Updated: Oct 15, 2013 3:25 PM ET


A funeral service was held on Thanksgiving weekend for Sheri-Lynn McEwan, the 40-year old nurse murdered in her home in Estaire last week.

As police continue to search for her killer, friends and family reflected on her life.


Dr. Jeffrey Sloan worked with McEwan for years in the operating room at Sudbury Regional Hospital. He said remembers her for her kindness and said her co-workers are coping as well as they can.

"We've had grief councillors in. Everyone's been handling it as a family,” he said.

“Despite everything that's going on, we've been able to do our work every day. [That’s] something Sheri-Lynn would have been proud of."

Sloan said McEwan was a joy to be around.

"She always put patients first, made sure they were comfortable.”

The body of Sheri-Lynn McEwan arrived in a gold coloured hearse, and was immediately surrounded by mourners.

Crime Stoppers offers reward for information

OPP have launched a murder investigation, but they haven't provided many details so far. Officials would not confirm if they had any leads and would not comment on the nature of McEwan's death.

Meanwhile, Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for any information on the case.

Constable Lucie Sirois, who is with Sudbury Crime Stoppers, said any type of information might help police with the case.

"What I'd love to emphasize is that ... somebody out there knows about this case," she said.

"There is someone who knows what happened. And they have that little bit of information that may help us solve the case because this crime deserves to be solved."

Sirois noted that, like all Crime Stoppers rewards, this one is only available until next Thursday at midnight. She added a different reward may be put in place after that.

Crime Stoppers accepts anonymous tips by phone, text or online.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: capeheart on September 04, 2015, 09:35:49 AM
Would Sherri and Sonia have worked together at any time?? How far was Sherri's home from where Sonia lived? But basically, were they acquainted in any way or would know someone that worked in the area they did. That could be a lead right there, if they were friends with anyone that knew them both. Did they ever work in the same hospital together or go to nursing school together? Just to add to that, I notice they are around the same age. :o :o :o :o :o :o
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 04, 2015, 10:33:27 AM
Here is Terry's obit. No mention of other family members, and no service.
May he rest in peace/jb

http://www.yourlifemoments.ca/sitepages/obituary.asp?oId=751419

Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on September 04, 2015, 11:47:11 AM
Quite an interesting story, a red headed nurse about the same age as Sonia Varaschin murdered. An apparent 911 call then silence.. Almost as if accidental unplanned or from someone with remorse..

Sheri-Lynn had a new man in her life for about the last three years prior her murder.. She had just arrived back home from a Vegas vacation without him.. Then murdered almost immediately after being dropped off. No reports of robbery interrupted..

Her partner a Mr. Boyle was considerably older than Sheri, twice divorced previously and new to town where he met Sheri.

Friends and associates all say Mr. Boyle was a great guy and no one believes he could have murdered Sheri. They could be right however we have heard all this sort of thing before in numerous other spousal murders. The latest being the person arrested in the Jessica Newman murder. His friends and supporters still saying he didn't do it and will be cleared at trial.

So Mr. Boyle commits suicide a few weeks after Sheri was murdered.. That never looks good but friends say he died of a broken heart. It may be but we see that the same murder investigator from Sonia Varaschin's investigation is involved in this now too.

No disrespect intended, it may be just as his friends claim but there is a murdered woman who's killer has not been found. Just happens to be a red headed nurse.. Maybe the killer moved from Sonia's area to Sheri's area? Maybe this is his type?

Shelley Loder was apparently quite similar in appearance to Sonia Varashin as well.. Is this why the same investigator is involved here too?

Furthering an investigators interest I'm sure is that the description of Mr. Boyle fits the composite of a poi released in Shelly Loder's attack. Boyle had red hair like the poi in the Loder composite. Zoom in and compare the features of the composite  with Boyle.. Is this what attracted Sonia's investigator to look at Sheri's murder?

http://media.zuza.com/a/6/a69e452c-68bc-4275-ade8-d1a96279d53b/e9c12b4642e98dcb3e08c14f7869_Content.jpeg (http://media.zuza.com/a/6/a69e452c-68bc-4275-ade8-d1a96279d53b/e9c12b4642e98dcb3e08c14f7869_Content.jpeg)

Boyle- zoom in on the second picture in the first post..
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 04, 2015, 09:34:13 PM
Terry had received an award for 10 year service with St. Catherine's volunteer fire department in January 2008/jb

http://www.niagarathisweek.com/news-story/3290610-city-s-volunteer-firefighters-honoured-in-chippawa/
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jobo on September 06, 2015, 09:02:31 AM
Not too clear on how and why such a nice guy would be estranged from two ex wives and children.
Nice guys usually manage to work things out amaicably...just saying.

I tend to see a likeness in the composite drawing.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: capeheart on September 06, 2015, 11:30:34 AM
Nice guys are not always nice home. We could see someone that was a Prince when they are on the outside, but a jealous and controlling person in his own home. Just as there are violent people that look so peaceful and them when you get the alone, they turn into a different kind of person. There are people like that, they are sweet as honey and then in a flash they can turn angry and you think you are dealing with a different  human being. I know people like that, not to murder anyone, but it sure startles you and you just feel unsafe. I never encountered anyone in any relationships I had, but they are out there. Nobody answered my quesetions in relation to Would Sonia and Sheri have known each other in any way, either going to school of nursing together or ever worked together? And how far away is Seri-Lynn's residence in relation to Sonia's. I am not from Ontario, so have no idea where these places are in relation to one another. Maybe the police could do some kind of an investigation to see if they had a mutual acquaintance over the years. They are both around the same age, as I stated before. So they could easily have went to nursing school together. Okay, just wondering on those points. :o :o :o :o :o :o
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 06, 2015, 11:35:22 AM
I find it exceptionally strange that his family was not involved - at least, a comment in his obit.  The fire department did say that he was estranged from his family, but what about his parents, if living, his brother or perhaps a sister, and perhaps he had children.

Nothing - just total silence.  I mean how estranged can a person be?
I get the feeling that his wonderful firefighter friends set up the final arrangements for Terry, pitched in and paid for it.

The small village has 500 people, why the rumours, and what are they?

I realize that even firefighters can lose their home with fires, however that is very rare. They know all about fire prevention, checking electrical outlets, etc, etc., you name it. Their home burnt down in 2011. And a new home was built.

Seems to me Terry ran into a lot of tragedy in the last three years of his life.
just saying...

jb
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: capeheart on September 06, 2015, 11:45:33 AM
Hard to know what the rumors are. So you're saying he was in a couple of relationships before marrying Sheri-Lynn. It kind of points to him as her killer. So he was estranged from Sheri-Lynn also. But if she was afraid of him, she should never have came home from a trip and then just went into her own home without someone being with her. I does sound to me like he was the killer. Don't know what evidence is there, but they were separated and that would be a very jealous motive, she was away having a good time and that would have tipped the scales to violence. The fact that everything was very quiet on this case, shows the police believe he was the killer. 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: SAP on September 06, 2015, 12:56:52 PM
Capeheart, here's a map of distance between Sudbury and O'ville. A little over 4 hours driving.

As far as Sonia and Sheri-Lynn studying together ... I wonder. Sonia has a few years on Sheri but I don't think Sonia went into Nursing right after graduation. Didn't she take some time in deciding what she was going to do?

As far as Sheri going to Vegas without Terry, I think it was a girl trip with her friends. Nothing is stated whether he resented that, but he could have been stewing over it for the whole week while she was away.   

https://www.google.ca/?gws_rd=ssl#q=Sudbury+to+Orangeville

Very odd that Terry's life before the 3 years he was in Sudbury is almost non-existent on the Net. He owned some property at Manitoulin Island. Didn't residents find that suspicious when he arrives and seems to have no family, friends, etc from his past?
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: Have faith on September 06, 2015, 04:13:20 PM
After their initial investigation, I think that LE figured out that TB murdered Sheri-Lynn, and tried to get a confession from him by grilling him for over four hours in that final "interview".  They tried to break him, and they did in a way.  He didn't confess, but he killed himself the next day.  Although this action does not prove that he was guilty, I feel that an innocent person, regardless of grief, would do everything possible to clear his name, and would have the passion to see that the killer was caught and brought to justice.

Re the composite sketch in the Shelley Loder case. That man was described as being 27-32 years old.  TB would have been 56 in 2010.  That rules him out.

Re the similarity between victims (red heads, nurses).  TB and Sheri-Lynn met through "mutual friends" at a campground in 2010.  This obviously was the beginning of a relationship which culminated in him moving from St. Catharines to be with her.  This explanation rules out anything urgent in his move, or any stalking for victims in Estaire.  As one of his friends said--he gave up everything to be with her.  That statement alone may explain what could drive a person to do the unthinkable when desperate or out of control emotionally.  LE would have contacted his ex-wives, and their input could have shed important info.  Of course this is just my opinion.  But I do think that LE had their killer.

Re Shawn Glassford being involved in these murders investigations.  He is the Det. Inspector of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch.  He leads all Ontario murder investigations.



Modified to add the last sentence.







Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jobo on September 06, 2015, 05:37:42 PM
Oh, I forgot all about the age description of the perp in the attack against Shelly.

I suppose I can understand many exes don't get along....but to also be estranged from your kids is a big deal in my eyes.
Kids normally forgive their parents unless it's just too unforgivable...

I have to Agee with your post, Have faith.

Cape heart:
There is several colleges in Ontario that would offer nursing....and smaller campuses in smaller centres that are affiliated with the larger colleges.
Shelly's husband, Sonia and Sheri-Lyn could possibly have crossed paths before, due to their chosen schooling/profession, but I have a hard time connecting the crimes to one perp.
Orangeville (Sonia) and Mono (Shelly) are quite close together, but Estair, just outside Sudbury, (Sheri-Lyn), is far, like jellybean says....4 hours...but they are all North/northwest of Toronto.
Just a little more FYI...
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 06, 2015, 06:57:15 PM
LOL, it was SAP who looked up the distance between Sudbury and O'ville, not me.  Sheri-Lynn and TB were not separated.  According the news article they were married in June.  His colleagues said that Terry gave up everything to be with her.

I agree with Have Faith's post. Detectives can really grill, and be accusatory, and one thing that if he was innocent, he would have stuck it out, as he had the love, attention and support of his firefighter colleagues and their families.

There is one thing that perplexes me, the door being broken into. He lived in the house and would have had a key to get  in. Unless it was staged to look like a b&e. 

He also spent time in his trailer on Manitou Island.  His wife worked, and I wonder if they did not spend much time together.

If it comes down to murder, suicide, would it not be announced to the public?
I can't locate any announcement.  This happened two years ago. 
Which begs the question, what's up?

Glassford is a very busy detective.

http://www.ourhometown.ca/news/NL0427.php
He made an arrest in 2011

I wonder if he is still involved in McEwan's case

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/pubs/parl/opp-zb-eng.htm

Independent Investigation Into the Death of Michael Zehaf-Bibeau

October 22, 2014
Centre Block, Parliament Hill
 Ottawa, Canada

Major Case Manager: Detective Inspector Shawn GLASSFORD
Primary Investigator: Staff Sergeant Ted HURREN
 File Coordinator:  Detective Constable Tracy ALLAN





jb
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on September 06, 2015, 07:37:27 PM
Yes the detective Glassford is a busy fellow as head of the opp investigation unit. But look at his interests. The high profile Ottawa shooting and even in JB's link, there is indication of a serial killer investigation. Not just any and all..

Re the composite in Shelley Loder's attack. I've seen this before where a witness not paying too much attention and viewing from some distance can get the age off by a mile yet give a pretty good general description.  I've posted about this before in the Kelly Cook murder. The description of the poi is based on many factors in a composite. If you disassemble the various elements and inspect them individually you can get a pretty good idea what the composite was based on sans age. That is subjective..

Look at the general face shape, the distance from lips to nose, shape of the nose and nostrils, distance nose to eyes, shape thickness and curve of eyebrows, ears to face height and tightness to cheeks. Hairline, color of hair, lips, etc.. All of these elements individually match up fairly well with TB. Except age..

There is dna from Sonia's case but is there from Shelly Loder or from Sheri-Lynn?
JB..
Quote
If it comes down to murder, suicide, would it not be announced to the public?
I can't locate any announcement.  This happened two years ago. 
Which begs the question, what's up?

All you find is that the investigators are described as being strangely silent. If the perp is dead there is no urgency as far as police are concerned. Whether this goes any farther than Sheri-Lynn ?

 
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: Have faith on September 06, 2015, 08:19:01 PM
We know that eyewitness accounts are known to be unreliable.  But I have doubts that a witness could guess a person's age and be off by 24 to 29 years.  I guess that is possible, but imo very unlikely.  The comparisons made between TB and the composite, are similar to the comparisons made between the composite and Sonia's boyfriend.  That proves just how subjective it is, and how wrong we can be, in trying to make a fit.

Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on September 06, 2015, 08:52:25 PM
True it is unlikely and thankfully there is dna.. What Sonia's bf didn't have was the reddish orange hair which TB does. What we don't know is whether TB had supplied a dna sample before death. It requires a warrant otherwise. The circumstances behind Sheri-Lynn's murder are compelling to look at TB closer.. As said his past life is a blank slate.. He may be the nice guy his new friends claim, we just don't know enough to rest on that. The silence even to exonerate him for Sheri-Lynn's murder after so long is troubling. The reporter who wrote of Sheri's murder touched on that same point. It breeds rumour and suspicion.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on September 07, 2015, 06:37:46 PM
Terry was also a member of the Canadian Autoworkers Union.

http://www.caw199.com/history-obituaries.html

Obituaries



To show our respect, the names of deceased members are read at the monthly membership meeting, followed by a minute of silence. On behalf of the membership, staff and the Executive Board of Unifor Local 199, I would like to offer our condolances to the families and friends of deceased members.

Should you need assistance in this difficult time, or if you have any questions about your pensions and benefits, please do not hesitate to contact us at 905-682-2611.

In Solidarity


October 2013

Boyle, Terry


jb
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: capeheart on September 10, 2015, 02:12:29 PM
Jobo, I realize that 3 1/2 hours drive is not very far. But say for instance this person was a construction worker and did work in different areas. I know that sometimes there are people from here go to Halifax for work, well that is about a five hour drive. So people think nothing of driving to Hlfx for the weekend and some have appts up there and go for a day and come back in the same day. So when you think of the distance and time, not a long way. If a person wants to do something, they have no qualms about how far they drive. Look at what Jodi Arias did, just so she could distance herself from the crime, so she thought. But she was the one with the motive and even to the fact that she carried gas cans in her trunk, (which shows just how really mental she was), because she was carrying a bomb in her trunk sort of, she still got caught. So that is just not so far off to think someone drove that distance. They could have worked in Orangeville before that and had a new construction job. I don't rule anything out and wouldn't hesitate to question persons of interest on both of these crimes, if I was a detective. No stone unturned, would be my view on those crimes. :o :o :o :o :o :o
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on January 26, 2016, 04:57:46 PM
Terri was estranged from his family, which included two ex wives, and two sons. 
Something must have been amiss with him, regardless of what his working colleagues had to say about him.  He was a great guy to work with they say.

They even paid for his funeral costs, and no family members attended.

What is with Sheri's and Terry's house burning down and a spanking new one  erected.
Two firefighters losing their home to fire? I suppose it could happen to them like anyone else, but it does raise some questions doesn't it?

He was driving transport in town when it happened.  Someone dialed 911 from the house, and no one spoke. The firehall was across the street from their home.  The firefighters all rushed over to the house.  She was gravely injured and died in hospital.

Access to the home by the perp was gained by breaking a side door down.. So Sheri must have locked all of the doors from the inside. Why lock the doors in a small town like Estaire?
She had just returned from a trip to Vegas with her friends.  I wonder if they had privately split....before she left for Vegas, and had the locks changed?? 

We do not know that le has dna - do we? or did I miss that part?

It was turned over to Glassford one year later.... but then, how long does it take to have any dna analyzed these days?  Besides Terry lived in the home and it would be everywhere throughout the home.
Perhaps they were not getting along as well as outsiders believed.  I wonder if neighbours ever heard loud voices and fighting coming from the home, and wonder if Sheri ever showed signs of bruising etc.??

I cannot see this murder going forward..... I feel that they had their suspect in for three hours of questioning (Terry).

Just my opinion,

jb 




Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on March 10, 2016, 02:00:42 PM
In reading this thread over again, the dna collection taken from the firefighters was interesting.
They often visited the home of Sherri and Terry, so their dna would be there.

I would think that the detectives wanted to look for dna that did not belong to anyone known to this couple.  DNA of a stranger.

One would think that if the forensics came back as not belonging to anyone within their group of friends, then they would announce that they have the dna of her killer.

They have not done so.

I am beginning to wonder if perhaps Terry murdered his wife, and at the first opportunity in being able to enter his home (10 days after the murder, perhaps the police turned the home over to him), he returned there and committed suicide.

If ,a t the end of le,s  investigation, they had determined it was a murder suicide, I think that her parents would have been told.   And that would be the end of it?

It has been three years.  With the case of Sonia Varaschin, an appeal would go out to the public every anniversary.

Nothing ---- for Sherri.

jb

Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jobo on March 31, 2016, 03:49:33 PM
The Fire Chief said Terry just cried and cried all night...she hadn't seen someone cry so much.  If I was told my young, healthy spouse was found dead in the house....I would be crying, yes, but I would also be wondering out loud what the hell happened??
Terry was working when he got the call..But I seriously wonder what the timeline is....How exact have they been able to determine time of death etc.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: justsayin on April 01, 2016, 10:08:40 AM
I feel like the general consensus is that the case is closed, but I know there was a huge amount of support from the firefighters. 
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on April 01, 2016, 10:00:21 PM
Here is a discrepancy between two firefighters, one the recent police chief, who was deputy at the time of the muder.
She was on the radio, and she stated that when firefighters were called, the police were in the home, and they (the firefighters waited outside and were not allowed in)>

This firefighter says;

Ray Alatalo has been a firefighter with the Estaire Wanup department for a year, and became close friends with Boyle in that time.

He’s soft-spoken but direct when asked about the series of events after Sheri-Lynn was murdered.

When OPP officers arrived at the scene of the crime, they “seized” it, containing several firefighters within the home and property for several hours, said Alatalo.


jb
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on April 01, 2016, 10:57:16 PM
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/sheri-lynn-mcewan-murder-investigation-continues-opp-1.2531832

Last Updated: Feb 11, 2014 8:37 AM ET

from article.

So far, no charges have been laid, and police have not named a suspect in the murder of Sheri-Lynn McEwan​, who was found seriously injured in her Estaire home and later died of those injuries.

Sergeant Carolle Dionne said a tip line set up to gather information on the case is still taking calls.

“We have received some calls but we're still seeking more information,” she said.
Investigators have collected forensic evidence, but Dionne said police can't release any information on what has been collected or the results.

   
   
   
   
   
   
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on April 03, 2016, 04:58:56 PM
This sounds very much like the classic crime of passion crime except for the Police response. Its puzzling.. Seems a decision has been made based on something we aren't accustomed to entertaining here. jmo
Why haven't they at least said that Terry B was not a match to the dna and has been cleared? They should imo, why not?
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on August 09, 2016, 04:24:16 PM
Listen to the cbc radio broadcast - interview of Fire Chief of Estaire
In 2014.

Question: Who called the fire department? And who called the police?  The call came from her home. The police were there first.
Was it Sheri-Lynn??/jb

https://soundcloud.com/ostefanovich/cbc-morning-north
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 17, 2016, 12:29:57 PM
So, it now appears that the dna of Terry and others did not match!!

Who would want to take Sheri-Lynn's life?  It has been pointed out that there are two common denominators of  Sonia Varaschin - murdered in 2010 in Orangeville, and Sheri-Lynn of Estaire murdered 3 years later; as being in the nursing profession.

Their hair colour was also similar. (There may be other similarities that have been missed)

Shelley Loder is similar in appearance to SV.  Shelley's husband was studying nursing.
and oddly, all three of their names begin with the letter S.

As Capeheart pointed out, construction workers do travel from one site to another.

There was construction going on in Sonia's area (was it the water or power plant behind her home?) I can't recall.

Was there any construction going on in the Estaire area?

More importantly, did the dna from Sherri's killer match that of Sonia's?

JB
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 17, 2017, 07:00:30 PM
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As part of the ongoing investigation, the OPP Emergency Response Team (ERT) and the OPP Helicopter have conducted an extensive evidence search of the crime scene and area.

Working alongside detectives from across North East Region are OPP specialists with Behavioural, Forensic and Electronic Services (BFES).

She was beaten in her home and died in hospital.  That would be part of the crime scene - so I would think the house would  be sold to a new owner by now? Unless the law seized it as potential evidence - and can they do that?  Keep it seized for four years?

The helicopter search of the area is very interesting.  Are they looking for  a large object, such as  vehicle that was ditched in the bush, for example?

Behaviorial science - do they still think that the killer is alive and on the run?  They did tell the public that their safety is not at risk, at one point.

Electronic's -  are they checking this couples cell phone data? A 911 call came from her home, with no one speaking.  Her phone number came up at Firehall.

The husband is deceased - and is not able to answer any further questions. He was questioned for many hours by le, and one week later, committed suicide.

His friends say that he "died of a broken heart".
I have suspicions about that. 

Sherri's family deserves answers.

I am pleased to know that le are still working on solving this "mystery"
jb

 
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 18, 2017, 07:57:02 PM
Your theories are quite possible.  Quite the mystery.  My theory, of which I have only one, is quite different.

 She had just returned from Vegas that day, was dropped off at her home by her friends who went to Vegas with her.  I believe possessiveness,  jealousy and rage played a major part. 

I believe that it was a domestic issue, and the police are attempting to wrap it up.

jb
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: justsayin on November 21, 2017, 12:19:29 PM
That a funeral director would tell a grieving family they would be arrested if they tried to attend seems extreme! 
That the paper would report negatively that ?no other family? showed up at his service  makes no sense.
There are definitely a lot of things that don?t make sense.  Something or someone he may have been involved in before moving to Sudbury could be the reason the house burned down in 2011.   I think someone had a grudge against him and when she paid the price, he couldn?t live with that.  I really don?t think he was responsible.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on November 21, 2017, 09:32:04 PM
The entire array of circumstance smells, stinks really. Going back a considerable piece of time you can follow that trail of something... In the end you have the classic, such a nice guy, no one who knows him can believe he would be involved... And that's where it ends, in silence just as it was when he left his family years earlier.. Whatever it is, neither the public nor family are privy to what hides.

These situations when they arise are unsettling and cause people to re-evaluate what they believe. Its a struggle to reconcile without touching into the conspiracy side of things.. Its too bad that pictures and some scanned info is disappearing from this site too.. It takes a very big shovel to get to the bottom of something like this.. Given all the indications I side with JB in my suspicions.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 21, 2017, 11:33:30 PM
2 wives and 1 ex plus denying his kids of a relationship is not exactly a man who can be countd upon in life.  great guy for the short term,
Be it in friendship, employment, enjoy it while it lasts and  it never lasts.

note that firehall is split on opinion, and so are we.

I believe that le had their man, and he sensed it.


JUST MY SAD OPINION.
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 22, 2017, 05:06:30 PM
What were the cops looking for when they used a drone. and a helicopter?
Surely, it would be something that could be seen from an aerial view.

As to forensics - firefighters were there, visited often, and victim's hubby lived there.
There could be dna all over the place and not necessarily on victim.


There may not have been much in the way of trace evidence, if any.
Fast and furious and out......

Was it the OPP who were first on scene, or small town police?

I wonder where the garage is? Front of house or back?

Police have asked if anyone saw any suspicious activity.

jb

Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 22, 2017, 08:57:58 PM
Taken from article in reply 4

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Some firefighters visited the couple’s home after the scene was released and said there was evidence the garage door was broken into and a door to the house was kicked in, leading them to believe there was a break and enter at the couple’s home.

OPP have not released any information about the crime scene.

Even though Boyle was questioned several times by police, said Alatalo, he was “not even (given) so much as a hint to say that there’s a clue” as to who murdered his wife.

He was last interviewed by the OPP on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 7-11:15 p.m.

Gilbert said Boyle had supper with him and his wife, Leena Korkiakoski, a captain with the fire department.

After the interview, he returned to the home of the couple he was staying with, chatting until 3 a.m. with the man.

Boyle got up the next morning, and skipped coffee, saying he was going home.

The woman Boyle was staying with said they all worried about Boyle's state of mind. “It was a big fear. We talked in great length about it.”

She thought he was doing as well as could be expected. She had promised to take a leave of absence from work and sit beside him in the courtroom at trial when the person who killed McEwan was found and charged.

“I thought I had him at least that far,” she said.

One firefighter considered moving in with Boyle to help him adjust to living at home.

Like Alatalo, she gets angry when she hears people talking badly about Boyle. “It’s everywhere you go.” She tries to avoid it, but everyone has an opinion.

I wish everybody could see him through our eyes.

The offer to sit with him in the courthouse while the guilty is being tried, might have frightened Terry, as he knew that it might be him sitting in the prisoner's box. imo.
The humiliation would be too much to bear.

The next morning he went back to his home, saying that he had things to do.
Terry would be at that point, in his own home, and have the opportunity to destroy or remove any evidence hidden relating to the crime, or better yet, any valuables that would make it appear a robbery. He might have realized that the cops got some evidence and with the past intense questioning from law enforcement, to go on further was useless.and they would eventually get him.

This might explain why the cops were asking if anyone saw and still would like to know, if they viewed anything suspicious.
Who knows - I would not be surprised if they gave him an appointment to take a lie detector test, if he was willing. That is often standard procedure.

Can't help it! Am trying to convince myself that he is innocent, but it is not working.

Too many coincidences.

He was in the area at the time.  It was never reported where he was, nor what he was driving.   The garage is at the back of the house, plus the home is relatively isolated in wooded area.  No wonder no one saw  or heard anything.

Perhaps Sherri heard him breaking the door down, and she dialed 911 - and too little - too late!

It was the firefighters who assumed it was a b&e when they noted the door broken into.
The cops never said a peep about a possible b&e.


Something went wrong between this couple in my opinion.

I hope that le will complete this investigation very soon, and hopefully, we will hear that Terry was innocent. 
To date, the police have not said that he is -  Terry has not been officially cleared.

If he is innocent - if forensics have cleared him - law enforcement have a duty to say so. 
At the very least - they owe Terry's name that much.
jb
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on November 23, 2017, 02:45:00 AM
All too coincidental and suspicious for most imo.. If innocent, he really should have hung around a bit longer to make sure Sheri's murder investigation was on track.. He has other ex'ss, its not his first time around the block.. Even something strange about that.. Past family hadn't heard a word from him..  He's not completely normal in relationships.. Police actions or lack of can be misleading, even deliberately so.  Looks like the end of the trail..
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: D1 on November 23, 2017, 03:46:42 PM
Yes but, do the Police have any obligation either way? If there was no conclusive evidence to exonerate, and the poi is deceased what can we expect? Would it any better if the Police just stated we cannot clear him? The surviving family has it as good as can be imo..

If... he has done this, and he has moved abruptly in the past and disappeared for unknown reasons, what else may be lurking? Double edged sword... One can look at it any way they wish... 

As far the Police claiming to still be investigating and looking elsewhere.. well that serves something that doesn't reconcile with not exonerating TB.. It confuses and compounds..
Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jellybean on November 23, 2017, 05:02:51 PM
Yes but, do the Police have any obligation either way? If there was no conclusive evidence to exonerate, and the poi is deceased what can we expect? Would it any better if the Police just stated we cannot clear him? The surviving family has it as good as can be imo..
If... he has done this, and he has moved abruptly in the past and disappeared for unknown reasons, what else may be lurking? Double edged sword... One can look at it any way they wish... 

As far the Police claiming to still be investigating and looking elsewhere.. well that serves something that doesn't reconcile with not exonerating TB.. It confuses and compounds..

True - very true.  Speaking of family, who "bad mouthed" them in such a way, that they were blocked out and even threatened with arrest if they went to the funeral home?

Someone must have said horrible things about them that was passed around - without even knowing them, or meeting them.  How could they defend themselves?

They may not see it my way - but perhaps they are better off without contact with any of T's friends, etc.  Continue on with their lives - and try to remember T during happier times.
Funny thing is, people change, and if they did resume their relationship, they might have seen him through a different lens and end up not liking him.

Obviously, T did not want them to have the opportunity.  Perhaps T was afraid that his kids might ask questions as to why he just up and disappeared - and T would be too uncomfortable with giving the answer.

jb
ps,
Check out Estaire.  Doesn't even list the population.  It is not a town.  Now I understand why the helicopter and drones....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estaire,_Ontario

Title: Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
Post by: jobo on February 08, 2018, 03:57:05 AM
If Boyle?s Fire Department pager went off when the 911 call came through, (when he answered, they told him to get home)...then investigators should know exactly where he was, by the cell phone pings...no?

Can?t find, for sure, that investigators have DNA...articles do say that volunteer firefighters willingly gave samples, as they had been in the home.  If they do have DNA, I wonder if they would compare it to the evidence from Sonia?s murder?
If a connection would come up, that is, if there is one...
Pretty brazen to murder someone who lives across the way from the firehall...

Also...I wonder if there is anyone working in some kind of health services profession, that can be connected to both Sheri-Lyn and Sonia.  These women were both nurses.