EDMONTON – A third man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Trevor Keith Deleeuw, according to Edmonton police on Wednesday.
Deleeuw, 25, was found dead in an apartment building parking lot in St. Albert on April 6.
Police said shots were fired in the area of 215 Street and 115 Avenue in Edmonton at around 9 p.m. The investigation led officers to the St. Albert apartment building where Deleeuw’s body was found.
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In a release issued on Wednesday, police said 28-year-old Shayne Fry, of St. Albert, was arrested in Ontario on an outstanding warrant for second degree murder.
Fry was arrested at a residence in Niagara, Ontario on Nov. 30 and has since been brought back to Edmonton where police formally pressed charges on Saturday.
Police said all three suspects in the killing have now been arrested.
On Sept. 5, a 26-year-old Edmonton man was charged with second-degree murder in his death. David Klassen was arrested in Yellowknife during a residential drug raid and taken back to Edmonton. Klassen was also charged with unlawful use of a firearm, assault with a weapon and disguise with intent.
Then, on Oct. 28, homicide detectives charged 26-year-old Joseph Charron with second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon, assault with a weapon and disguise with intent in connection to Deleeuw’s death.
On Nov. 30, police arrested Shayne Fry, 28, of St. Albert on warrants for second degree murder in relation to this homicide. Courtesy: Edmonton police service
On Nov. 30, police arrested Shayne Fry, 28, of St. Albert on warrants for second degree murder in relation to this homicide.
Courtesy: Edmonton police service