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Toronto / Re: Wendy Tedford and Donna Stearne - Unsolved Murder - Toronto (1973)
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 05:53:09 PM »
Victims and Crime Scene..

Donna Stearne

Toronto / Re: Wendy Tedford and Donna Stearne - Unsolved Murder - Toronto (1973)
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 05:51:11 PM »
News Clippings and Photos.
Hamilton / Re: Audrey GLEAVE | 73, Murdered (Dec 2010) | Hamilton/Lynden
« Last post by capeheart on February 10, 2016, 02:42:18 PM »
But what connection would Audrey Gleave have with these men, much younger. What would be the connection, was she related to them? Did she know them, did she teach them in school?? What was the reason you would bring those names up in connection with her murder. Sorry, just asking and wondering why?
Ottawa / Re: James SHEEHAN-CONOR (62) | Missing (December 1973)
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 02:28:06 PM »

I was unable to copy or download the info but it may trigger someones memory , they have attended the College and have known him..
Ottawa / Re: James SHEEHAN-CONOR (62) | Missing (December 1973)
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 02:25:53 PM »

Name :   SHEEHAN, Conor James Brian
Case :   ON-MM-1973-12-01230

Date Of Disappearance :   01 December 1973   
Location Of Disappearance :   Ottawa, Ontario
Age At Disappearance :   28 years
Height (estimate) :   Unknown
Weight (estimate) :   Unknown
Hair Colour :   Unknown
Eye Colour :   Unknown
Gender :   Male
Race :   Caucasian

Dental Information :   
Medical Information :   
Notable Identifiers :   
Clothing/Jewelry :   
Other Personal Items :   
Additional Information :   
James was last seen in Ottawa in 1973. He has not been heard from since.

Since the exact date of his disappearance is unknown, the 1st should be viewed as an estimate only.

Contact :   
Ottawa Police Service – Missing Persons Unit
613-236-1222 Ext. 2355


Crime Stoppers 613-233-TIPS (8477) or
toll-free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)
Source Links :   
Ottawa Police Service
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Long Gone, I believe the police have done everything possible to solve this case. I do not believe they have slacked off for one moment. I believe they treated this case as if it was a family member of their own. I think they were as much astounded by this murder as the citizens of Orangeville. Who would ever believe that a young woman with so much life to live and an educated and warm giving human being would come to such an end. I do believe in my mind it was someone who killed with no real motive, other then an opportunity. I am not saying they did not see her before, but that there was no real personable bond between them. I think it was some kind of an initiation of a crime, evil happens when we least expect it. I believe this was an evil act of violence, because it does not make any sense. I don't see the motive behind it, other then another act of violence against an innocent person. :o :o :o :o :o
Ottawa / Re: Jane Louise Sutherland - 20 - Murdered - October 20, 1984 - Ottawa, ON
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 01:56:10 PM »

JANE LOUISE SUTHERLANDJane Louise Sutherland, 19, nicknamed as “Jeano” was originally from the Moose Cree First Nation in Ontario. She relocated to Ottawa in spring 1982. Sutherland wanted to finish high school so she could begin administrative studies at university. Two years later, in 1984, her body was found in the Jacques Cartier Park, in Hull, Quebec. She had been strangled and her skull crushed. The Hull Police oversees Jane’s case.
Phoebe Sutherland has very fond memories of her aunt, Jane Sutherland. “She was so caring, such a good spirit, so beautiful,” says Sutherland. Jane was the youngest of 12 children. She used to babysit her niece Phoebe when she was just a young girl, on Moose Cree First Nation in Ontario. They were just 9 years apart. “I remember her doing my hair in three ponytails like Chrissy in Three’s Company.” Jane read to her and taught her to speak articulately, things she still practices today. In 1982, Jane left the north for Ottawa when she was 17 years old. Her family tried to stay in touch with her as much as possible. She loved the fact that she could type fast and thought she would excel in administrative studies. She even contemplated government work. According to Sutherland, Jane found that living in the city was remarkably different than her childhood, living off the land with her siblings and grandparents. She had an apartment, and attended Algonquin College for basic adult upgrading. She met someone and became pregnant. Together, the couple relocated to Hull. Only then her life started to take a wrong turn. The relationship ended and Jane had an abortion. Jane went back to school, only to meet another man and become pregnant again, this time living in a boarding house in Ottawa. By this point, Jane regularly used drugs and alcohol and had run-ins with the law. She lost all connection with the support group that she once relied on for help.
Working in the sex trade, Jane was often seen in Ottawa’s Byward Market. A friend of Jane's believed she wanted to get out of it, but didn’t know how. Jane, fully clothed, was found in Hull’s Jacques Cartier Park across the Ottawa River. She was dead for two or three days before being discovered on October 23, 1984.
Sutherland remembers hearing the news that Jane had been killed. “My father was called to the office and I didn’t see him until later that night. “ Phoebe doesn’t remember seeing her father much after that but could hear him crying at night. Jane’s face was severely disfigured, having suffered several blows to her head from a blunt object, crushing her skull. "It was a closed casket,” says Sutherland. “It was a very difficult closure.” She was buried in Moose Factory in an Anglican churchyard on October 27, 1984. “It's something I’ve been dealing with for 30 years,” says Sutherland. Sutherland thinks Jane did alcohol and drugs to mask her pain from being a former residential school student. Sutherland also believes Jane had an abusive partner and forced her aunt into the sex trade. According to one sex trade worker, Jane was last seen between October 16 and 22 in a restaurant with three or four men. One man reportedly struck Jane. The family and friends were never happy with the investigative efforts of the Hull police service. Sutherland says the police never regarded Jane’s death as a priority. In January 1985, two years after Jane's death, CBC News reconstructed the last few days of Jane’s life in an award-winning documentary called, ‘Jane: A Little Lost Girl.’ But it wouldn’t be until later in life that Phoebe would learn more about her aunt’s death. It is still very difficult for the family to talk about Jane’s death. “I did go to Jacque Cartier Park in November 20, of 2014,” shares Sutherland, adding it was for the first time. “I went to go pray and I offered tobacco, it was a full circle moment for me.” A filmmaker now, Sutherland would like to create a film about her aunt Jane -- something to give back to her family, in particular to her young nieces. “I had such an amazing auntie, I only had her for 11 years in my life,” says Sutherland. “I might have to accept the fact that her murder will never be solved.” Because there are far too many indigenous women and girls in Canada that go missing or get murdered, Sutherland would like to see a federal inquiry. “It’s been at the heart…every time I see a headline of a body discovered, that’s painful.”

 Do you have any information on this case? CBC needs you Email mmiw@cbc.caCBC News continues to investigate missing and murdered indigenous women and girls in Canada, looking at the unsolved cases and telling the stories of the women, their families and their communities.
Ottawa / Re: Jane Louise Sutherland - 20 - Murdered - October 20, 1984 - Ottawa, ON
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 01:51:18 PM »,926188&hl=en

This was written about and gives a sad story..  I was unable to copy it, but anyone that cares to read it can find it at that site.
Other BC Locations / Re: Madison SCOTT- 20 - Missing - May 27, 2011 - Vanderhoof - BC
« Last post by capeheart on February 10, 2016, 01:48:25 PM »
Yes, but I believe the tent had been pitched and possibly taken down in some kind of action. Her rings and her earrings were visible on the ground in the photo from the scene, it was very messy view of the tent.
Ottawa / Re: Woman finds human foot on the shore of the Ottawa River
« Last post by Long Gone on February 10, 2016, 01:38:02 PM »

Father 'broken-hearted' after missing son confirmed dead
A severed foot found along the Ottawa River last fall has been identified as that of Richie Bolanos, a 21-year-old man who went missing more than two years ago.
A severed foot found along the Ottawa River last fall has been identified as that of Richie Bolanos, a 21-year-old man who went missing more than two years ago.

"I'm broken-hearted right now," said Mr. Bolanos' father, Guillermo, last night.

Ottawa police are still investigating, but say foul play is not suspected at this point.

But Mr. Bolanos said he suspects his son was killed, adding that he was concerned about some of the people Richie met after he moved into his own King Edward Avenue apartment in November 2005.

Mr. Bolanos, 52, said his son had suffered from anxiety in the past and told him during their last telephone conversation the following month that he was having trouble getting money back from a woman he met in the apartment building.

Mr. Bolanos was reported missing Dec. 5, 2005.

The foot, found inside a running shoe, was severed by natural causes, according to police.

A sample was sent to the Centre of Forensic Sciences in Toronto for DNA analysis after it was discovered by a woman just west of the Belvedere lookout along the Rockcliffe Parkway on Sept. 13, 2007.

Police conducted an extensive search of the area in the days following the discovery. Divers also searched nearby waters.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact police at 613-236-1222, ext. 5493 or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477.

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