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Title: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: Ron on April 16, 2015, 10:27:00 PM
http://www.mississauga.com/news-story/5555861-body-found-in-bmw-in-mississauga-identified-as-missing-spa-owner/


     



MISSISSAUGA – Peel Regional Police have identified the woman found dead in a vehicle on Friday afternoon in Mississauga as Ming-Chien Hsin.

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of the 59-year-old Mississauga woman, who was also known as Teresa, after her body was found around 1:20 p.m. on Friday in a black BMW in the parking lot at 2 Robert Speck Pkwy.

Hsin had been missing for several days prior to her body being found. She had last been seen around 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the area of Rathburn Road and Hurontario Street.

Prior to going missing, Hsin survived a violent stabbing. On Nov. 13, Hsin, founder and general manager of Relaxology Wellness Centre, a company with numerous locations across the GTA, including two in Mississauga, was stabbed repeatedly and left for dead outside her home.

The incident occurred at a townhouse complex on Shipp Drive near Hurontario Street and Rathburn Road around 11 p.m. as Hsin returned home. She was approached from behind by an unknown attacker who stabbed her several times and fled.

Peel police say officers received a 9-1-1 call from the woman's son saying she had been stabbed. Peel Region Paramedics rushed the woman to hospital and she was transferred to a Toronto trauma centre with critical injuries, where she remained for several days.

Police are asking anyone with information on Hsin’s death to call Peel police’s homicide bureau at 905-453-2121 ext. 3205. Information can also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES (274637) with the word ‘PEEL’ and then the tip.

~with files from Louie Rosella
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: SAP on April 17, 2015, 12:49:58 AM
That is tragic. Someone really wanted her deceased and managed to do it.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: jobo on April 17, 2015, 02:18:33 AM
That is horrible that she was attacked twice in half a year, but this time was murdered.
Hopefully there will be a quick arrest, but what happened in the Nov. attack, no one arrested?  Wow....poor woman was probably afraid.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: Ron on April 17, 2015, 09:30:16 AM
The office complex where she was found is very close to her townhouse....literally "across the street."


                                             http://www.680news.com/2015/04/10/body-discovered-in-missing-mississauga-womans-vehicle/
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: SAP on April 17, 2015, 03:32:52 PM
In the first attack she was left for dead but managed to survive. I am thinking she must have seen/known her attacker/s (since their intentions to kill her they might not have been careful in obscuring their faces) but why not tell someone like the police who it was when she had a chance to? I don't believe this is 'chance'. It seems very premeditated especially with the second attack in which they were successful.

eta: She is a beautiful woman and doesn't look even close to age 59.
 
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/ming-chien-hsin-identified-as-victim-of-mississauga-homicide-1.3031429
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: Ron on July 02, 2015, 09:09:19 PM




                                             http://www.mississauga.com/news-story/5706599-video-police-explore-spa-owner-s-romantic-relationships-for-clues-to-murder/

MISSISSAUGA — Friends and business associates of a GTA spa owner and mother whose body was found in the parking lot of a City Centre office building nearly three months ago, believe her gruesome death may be related to a romantic relationship from her past.

The murder of Teresa Hsin, 59, whose body was found April 10 inside her BMW parked at 2 Robert Speck Pkwy., is being investigated by homicide detectives as her killer remains at large.

Two police sources have told The News detectives are working on the possibility that an intimate relationship Hsin was involved in, factored into her death.

Kirk Lin, former president of the Taiwanese Merchants Association of Toronto, which promotes business and cultural exchange with Taiwan worked closely with Hsin, also a past president of the association. He said detectives have spoken with him and another colleague about Hsin’s past and current intimate relationships.

Hsin, whom Lin described as “a very jealous person,” and her boyfriend were “very happy” and were reportedly getting married, Lin said.

Lin, now chairperson of the Taiwanese Community Centre in Markham, said he doesn’t know who killed Hsin. But he believes “it has to do with love, not money.”

“I think somebody wasn’t very happy the two were getting married,” he said. “Someone who cared for her was very upset.”

Lin says Hsin was a generous woman and a tireless volunteer in the GTA, particularly when it came to improving relations between Canada and her native Taiwan.

“Teresa was very kind and active, in terms of charity,” Lin says. “She would always donate money or gifts at many charity events.”

Peel police homicide detectives did not respond to repeated requests for comment on the Hsin investigation. Officers also haven’t revealed whether there is a definite link between Hsin’s murder and a near-fatal stabbing last fall that left her clinging to life.

Hsin was nearly stabbed to death outside her Shipp Drive home back in November. There has been no arrest in that case. Police have said that homicide detectives are investigating “all aspects” of the murder and cannot rule out a connection with last fall’s stabbing.

On the day of the homicide, police were called to the Robert Speck Parkway lot around 2 p.m. after someone walking in the parking lot phoned 9-1-1. Officers found obvious signs of trauma on Hsin’s body, police said.

An autopsy has determined the cause of death, but police aren’t releasing it to protect the integrity of the investigation.

Two Peel Region Paramedics sources say Hsin was found with stab wounds. Peel police wouldn’t confirm or deny that report.

Hsin was last seen around 4:30 p.m. April 8 in the area of Rathburn Road and Hurontario Street.

Before she went missing, Hsin survived a vicious stabbing that, Lin said, Hsin believed was a robbery that turned violent.

On Nov. 13, Hsin, founder and general manager of Relaxology Wellness Centre, a company with numerous locations across the GTA, including two in Mississauga, was stabbed repeatedly and left for dead outside her home.

The incident occurred at a townhouse complex on Shipp Dr. near Hurontario St. and Rathburn Rd., around 11 p.m. as Hsin returned home. She was approached from behind by an unknown attacker who stabbed her several times and fled.

Peel police say officers received a 9-1-1 call from the woman's son saying she had been stabbed.

Peel Region Paramedics rushed the woman to hospital and she was transferred to a Toronto trauma centre with critical injuries, where she remained for several days.

Lin said he believes the two incidents are connected.

“Why would someone want to stab another person 16 times if it was just a robbery,” Lin said. “This is something more.”

Established in Clarkson (1846 Lakeshore Rd. W.) in 2006, Relaxology seeks to help Mississaugans relieve stress, manage pain and achieve an overall sense of well-being, Hsin said in a 2009 interview. Services include reflexology (treating body pain by applying pressure to the feet and hands), spa treatment and massage therapy.

Hsin's company has been featured on webcasts. In 2009, then-mayor Hazel McCallion and other politicians were on hand when Hsin opened new locations in Mississauga. Hsin and Relaxology were also a sponsor of McCallion’s charity golf tournament in 2010.

Anyone with information about the case is being asked to call Peel police at 905-453-2121, ext. 3205. Information may be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES (274637) with the word ‘PEEL’ and then your tip.

Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: Ron on November 09, 2015, 10:46:13 PM
Good News.....arrest made.


                 http://www.mississauga.com/news-story/6108804-police-make-arrest-in-mississauga-spa-owner-s-mysterious-death/

Police make arrest in Mississauga spa owner’s mysterious death


Police have made an arrest in the mysterious murder of a Mississauga spa owner whose body was found inside her BMW in the parking lot of a City Centre office building this past April.

Teresa Hsin, 59, had survive a near-fatal knife attack at her Mississauga home last fall, only to disappear five months later. She was found two days after that, dead in her car.

Peel Regional Police Homicide Bureau officers arrested Mark Dookhram, 21, of Toronto Monday morning (Nov. 9). He has been charged with first-degree murder. He will appear in Brampton court Tuesday for a bail hearing.

The strange case of the spa owner began in November 2014 when Hsin, founder and general manager of Relaxology Wellness Centre, a company with numerous locations across the GTA, including two in Mississauga, was stabbed repeatedly and left for dead outside her home.

That attack happened at her townhouse complex on Shipp Dr. near Hurontario St. and Rathburn Rd., around 11 p.m. as Hsin returned home. She was approached from behind by an unknown attacker who stabbed her several times and fled.
She survived that attack, and an arrest was never made.

Police have never said if that attack was connected to her murder. Hsin suddenly disappeared this past April, setting off a search that ended two days later on April 10 when her body was found inside her car in the parking lot at 2 Robert Speck Pkwy.
Police are not saying if Hsin and the accused knew each other.
Police say the investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call homicide detectives at 905-453-2121, ext. 3205, or Peel Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES (274637) with the word ‘PEEL’ and then your tip.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: jobo on November 10, 2015, 07:08:49 AM
Good, thanks for sharing, Ron.
Wonder what the motive was.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: Ron on November 10, 2015, 10:38:46 PM
A second arrest made in this case

http://www.mississauga.com/news-story/6110324-second-arrest-made-in-murder-of-mississauga-spa-owner/


 Second arrest made in murder of Mississauga spa owner


Police have made another arrest in the murder of a Mississauga spa owner whose body was found inside her BMW in the parking lot of a City Centre office building this past April.

Ming-Chien ‘Teresa’ Hsin, 59, had survive a near-fatal knife attack at her Mississauga home last fall, only to disappear five months later. She was found two days after that, dead in her car.

Tuesday, Peel Regional Police Homicide Bureau officers arrested Justine Ordonio, 25, of Toronto and charged him with first-degree murder. He will appear in court tomorrow for a bail hearing.

Just a day earlier, police arrested Mark Dookhram, 21, of Toronto and charged him with first-degree murder in Hsin’s death. He was remanded in custody after a brief court appearance Tuesday.

The strange case of the spa owner began in November 2014 when Hsin, founder and general manager of Relaxology Wellness Centre, a company with numerous locations across the GTA, including two in Mississauga, was stabbed repeatedly and left for dead outside her home.

That attack happened at her townhouse complex on Shipp Dr. near Hurontario St. and Rathburn Rd., around 11 p.m. as Hsin returned home. She was approached from behind by an unknown attacker who stabbed her several times and fled.
She survived that attack, and an arrest was never made.

Police have never said if that attack was connected to her murder. Hsin suddenly disappeared this past April, setting off a search that ended two days later on April 10 when her body was found inside her car in the parking lot at 2 Robert Speck Pkwy.
Police say the investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call homicide detectives at 905-453-2121, ext. 3205, or Peel Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), by visiting www.peelcrimestoppers.ca or by sending a text message to CRIMES (274637) with the word ‘PEEL’ and then your tip.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: jobo on November 11, 2015, 05:28:45 PM
Her son was also just arrested today.
Sad for Ming-Chien Hsin.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: PandaBearKitty on November 11, 2015, 06:26:25 PM
Her son was also just arrested today.
Sad for Ming-Chien Hsin.

You mean 3 young men have now been arrested for her murder??   geeZ!
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: debbiec on November 11, 2015, 07:23:11 PM
Thank you for the updates, Ron and jobo. Very sad that her own son appears to have been involved.
Title: Re: Ming-Chien Hsin | April 10,2015 Found Murdered | Mississauga, On.
Post by: Ron on July 26, 2017, 10:42:06 AM
One of those charged has been released.





'I'm free. I'm going home': Man accused of Mississauga murder released
News Jul 26, 2017 10:57 by Pam Douglas Mississauga News
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Justine Ordonio, 27, of Toronto with his lawyer Peter Zaduk after the case of first-degree murder against Ordonio was discharged by a Brampton judge following a 37-day preliminary hearing. He was charged in the 2015 murder of Mississauga spa owner Teresa Hsin, 59.

A Toronto man who spent the last 20 months in jail accused of first-degree murder in the stabbing death of Mississauga spa owner Teresa Hsin has been freed.

Justine Ordonio, 27, walked out of the prisoner’s box in a Brampton courtroom Wednesday morning, July 26, and into the arms of his weeping family and friends.

Justice Kathryn Hawke discharged the first-degree case against Ordonio following a 37-day preliminary hearing in the case.

Reasons the case was discharged are covered by a court-ordered publication ban on the preliminary hearing.
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The hearing continues with two accused left – Hsin’s son Eric Lu, 27, and Mark Dookhram, 23, who both are also facing first-degree murder charges.

“I’m just f---ing glad to be out,” Ordonio said as he walked out of the courtroom. “I feel f---ing fantastic.”

“I’m free. I’m going home,” he told reporters outside the Hurontario Street courthouse, adding he’s happy to be out of jail.

He said he worked in construction before he was arrested by Peel Regional Police in November 2015 and charged in the killing of Hsin, 59. He plans to return to construction work, but will take a few months off, spend time with family, enjoy good food and “take it step by step.”

Hsin, a well-known local business woman, was reported missing by her son Eric two days before her body was found in April 2015 in her parked BMW in a lot on Robert Speck Parkway, not far from her City Centre home in Mississauga.

Ordonio had praise for his lawyer, Peter Zaduk, who called the case “very complicated.”



“Peter Zaduk was really fighting for me,” Ordonio said. “How can I repay that?”

Top priority leaving the courthouse was to find a cigarette, Ordonio said after he was released. There were no cigarettes at the Maplehurst Detention Centre where he has been held for the past 20 months, but he said that was the least of the hardships.

He said his time in jail was difficult, with long stretches in lockdown, unable to go outside or leave his cell for as long as two weeks, and unable to shower for days. He’s part of a lawsuit against Maplehurst for the conditions that have seen lengthy lockdowns for prisoners held there.

Police said the murder victim was "very high profile" and well-known in Mississauga's business circles.

Family friends said Hsin, founder and general manager of Relaxology Wellness Centre, a company with numerous locations across the GTA, including two in Mississauga, and her son were “extremely close.”

He took over his mother’s business after she was killed.

Lu had been working for the company since at least 2009, according to his Facebook page, with the title chief executive officer.

Officers haven’t revealed if there is a definite link between Hsin’s murder and a near-fatal stabbing in fall 2014 that left her clinging to life.

Hsin was nearly knifed to death outside her Shipp Drive home. Police have said that homicide detectives are investigating “all aspects” of the murder and cannot rule out a connection with the stabbing.

With files from Louie Rosella





https://www.mississauga.com/news-story/7472089--i-m-free-i-m-going-home-man-accused-of-mississauga-murder-released/