Jukasa News Update Friday, July 14, 2017
Police say they have charged a second woman in connection with the death of 48 year old Douglas Hill.
35 year old Holly Martin of Brantford has been charged as an accessory to murder after the fact. A 17 year old female was charged with second degree murder in Hill’s death.
Police say they are still seeking Hill but are confident they have enough evidence from their investigations to confirm his death and the involvement of the accused.
Police are asking anyone from the public with information in this case to contact them — to help bring closure to the victim’s family.
Rapper DMX has been arrested in New York on federal tax fraud charges.
Prosecutors say the rapper, whose given name is Earl Simmons, owes $1.7 million in taxes and has engaged in a multi-year scheme to conceal millions of dollars of income from the Internal Revenue Service.
Prosecutors say Simmons raked in millions from his songs, including the 2003 hit “X Gon’ Give it to Ya,” and avoided paying taxes by setting up accounts in other’s names and paying personal expenses largely in cash.
The 46-year-old Yonkers native was arrested on Thursday. He’s to appear in Manhattan federal court on Friday. A telephone call to his previous lawyer’s office went unanswered.
Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit have charged two police officers with criminal negligence relating to the death of an Oneida woman.
OPP Constable Mark McKillop and London Police Constable Nicolas Doering are both facing charges of criminal negligence causing death and failing to provide the necessaries of life in the death of 39 year old Debra Chrisjohn of Oneida Nation of the Thames.
Chrisjohn was arrested by London Police last September and transferred to Elgin County OPP on an outstanding warrant.
The cause of her death has not ben released.
The Haudenosaunee Nationals Women’s Lacrosse Team is in England this week to compete in the Federation of International Lacrosse Rathbones Women’s World Cup.
The team is currently ranked 7th in the world.
The international competition will see the team compete against other world cup teams from Canada, the United States, Australia and several other countries.
Officials with the Nationals say the team is aiming to rank in the top 6.
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