We’ve included major updates, such as a visual on one of the suspects that were arrested:
- NEXT INTERVIEW IS WITH A FEMALE 😉
We’re going to include our 🎥OTD in this write-up, along with a few incidents that we haven’t necessarily covered or wrote about on our blog. The VOTD can be found at the very bottom of this post.
Harjot Deo Sentenced To 7 Years:
Harjot Deo has just been sentenced to a total of 7 years behind bars. The sentence breaks down to five years for manslaughter plus two years for indignity to a human body. Deo will be credited with 239 days for time served.
Most of you followed our IG posts and updates concerning the case of Harjot Deo and his family’s interference regarding the death of Kiran Dhesi. His sentencing has finally been revealed, and to the disappointment of the family; he will be behind bars for 6 + years. None of his family members, or any of his close-friends that assisted him in destroying all of the evidence were convicted or sentenced. If it wasn’t for the immediate response by our emergency sector, Dhesi’s body would’ve probably been in ashes. One of the most disgusting acts we have witnessed in our career thus far, and that’s because this DBOY had the audacity to claim he “really loved her”. It seems like Deo’s true love consisted of attempting to burn his beloved one’s remains, in order to avoid justice and escape punishment.
The most surprising information that we learned recently, is that Deo was allegedly shot 5 times in 2018 and was successfully allowed to move to Toronto via his conditions, that were set from the Dhesi homicide.
Along with that, he’s also apparently become a father recently, which probably didn’t sit too well with Kiran’s family.
After shooting her in the head by ‘accident’, he followed through with these set of events:
Instead of calling 911 or an ambulance, Deo called an acquaintance, which set off a flurry of calls between four people related or known to Deo. An unknown person came to the home shortly after.
The court heard that Deo wrapped Dhesi’s body in a blood-soaked comforter and put it and other bloody items in the back of her father’s BMW SUV that she had driven to his house. He then drove the car to a quiet Surrey street, drenched it in diesel and set it on fire. Two individuals picked Deo up in a different vehicle.
This guy claimed that the lifestyle he was living had enabled him to carry the illegal firearm, and it’s truly disturbing that the justice system didn’t put this guy away for life.
RCMP Officer Gets Stabbed To Death:
Canada was in shock when they learned of Const. Shaelyn Yang‘s fate, in which resulted in her getting stabbed to death by a homeless man.
Yang, 31, who also went by the given name Tzu-Hsin, died after an altercation Tuesday morning while she accompanied a municipal employee at a homeless campsite in Burnaby, B.C., east of Vancouver. Yang shot and wounded a man during the encounter. The suspect was revealed to be the 37 year-old Jongwon Ham, whom has been charge with first-degree murder.
No real updates regarding the case as of yet, and we don’t expect to learn much more. The man will be doing life behind bars, and considering how he killed one of theirs, he won’t be enjoying prison at all.
Convicted Alberta Killer Smashes BC Windows:
Most of us are already familiar in the fact that our justice system continues to let re-offending criminals back into society. It happened again, but this time it was a criminal who’s been linked to an Alberta killing whom committed crime in the west-coast province:
A convicted killer from Edmonton accused of doing thousands of dollars of damage to a Vancouver bank last month is back in custody, after allegedly smashing nearly two dozen windows at the same financial institution.
Curtis George McCallum, 47, who was convicted of manslaughter in the 2006 killing of his aunt, was arrested Wednesday night after allegedly smashing an estimated 20 window panes at the TD bank branch at Hastings and Abbott streets.
Connor D’Monte Is Coming Home Soon:
Canada’s Most Wanted Criminals:
BOLO’s making it rounds again, and media outlets across the nation are issuing alerts out to specific provinces that have been known to reside and ‘house’ these criminals. We wrote about the list a few minute after it was made public, and that’s because of the most-wanted criminal in Rabih Alkhalil.
In that piece – we also mention a few interesting facts concerning a few of the criminals, regarding their association and involvement to the Toronto rap-scene.
Whenever they release one of these updates, it’s essential that the public becomes aware in potentially being financially rewarded.
For an example, Calgary’s CTV outlet has reported 2 of the top-25 criminals on the list, both belonging to the YYC region:
Here are some of the other criminals that cracked the top-25 in Canada:
Hedley Singer Sentenced To 5 Years:
RIP HEDLEY <3
Today’s VOTD will include footage of a Gurduwara in BC that was seen on fire: