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Delta man charged in last year's Coquitlam homicide

Darpan News Desk , 30 Jan, 2023 02:52 PM
  • Delta man charged in last year's Coquitlam homicide

A second man has now been charged in the 2022 homicide of Terry Miller.

On February 10th of last year, the Coquitlam RCMP responded to a report of a stabbing in the area of 228 Schoolhouse Street, in Coquitlam. On arrival, first responders found a 66-year old man suffering from stab wounds. The victim, later identified as Terry Miller, was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries. On February 22nd of last year Miller succumbed to his injuries.

On January 27, 2023, IHIT investigators arrested 24-year old Chalice Slavik of Delta, in relation to the homicide of Miller. BC Prosecution Service (BCPS) have now laid a charge of manslaughter against Slavik.

On January 20, 2023, IHIT investigators arrested 21-year old Jeffrey Stevens. A charge of aggravated assault was also laid against Stevens, in relation to a second, surviving victim.

“IHIT is extremely grateful for our strong partnership with the other Lower Mainland Integrated Teams,” says Sgt. Timothy Pierotti, of IHIT. “Incidents such as this have a profound impact on a community. IHIT remains dedicated to working with our partners to keep the Lower Mainland safe.”

 

 

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