A 34-year-old Oak Haven man has been charged with second degree murder in the death of a 53-year-old Oak Haven woman.
Matthew Linus Tucker appeared in St. Stephen Provincial Court on November 21, 2014 on the charge. He is accused of killing his mother, Dorothy Tucker. She was reported missing on November 10 from her home in Oak Haven.
Twenty-nine-year-old Catherine “Catie” Miller (McCurdy) was last in contact with her family on July 15, 2014. She’s described as a white female, 5’8”, 130 lbs., brown shoulder length hair often in a ponytail, grey eyes, ears pierced and no known tattoos. There is no evidence to suggest that Catherine has met with foul play but there is concern for her well-being.
Sometime between the evening of September 21st and the morning of September 22nd, 2013 someone broke into the Canadian Tire Service Station situated at 173 J.D. Gauthier boulevard. There was neither property damage nor signs of forced entry noted at the scene. The culprit or culprits made off with a computer and a substantial amount of cash. Police believe there is someone who has information that could help solve this case of break, enter and theft.
[UPDATE 10-OCTOBER-2012] The RCMP has identified bones that were discovered in December 2011 and May 2012 as belonging to a man who went missing in the spring of 2006.
On December 2011, human remains were discovered on a private property in a wooded area in Janeville. Due to snowfall, the area was examined again in May 2012 where more bones were discovered. The remains were sent for forensic examination and the results confirmed the remains were Robert Arseneau.
The cause of death has not yet been determined and foul play has not been ruled out.
73-year-old Martha Kelly left for a walk on June 8, 2012, at around 5 p.m., but never returned to her East Riverside Drive apartment in Perth-Andover. Kelly was reported missing to police the following day. Kelly, an avid walker, is considered in good physical shape, but she suffers from short-term memory loss as a result of a brain aneurysm she suffered in 2002. She left her apartment without her purse or any money, so police do not believe she was planning to leave the area...
The RCMP Major Crime Unit in Bathurst, N.B., is asking for the public’s assistance in connection with the disappearance of Randy Boudreau. On Monday, April 12, 2004, Randy Boudreau, an Aboriginal man from Campbellton, was reported missing by his family.
Mr. Boudreau is described as being approximately 5'7" (170 cm) tall, and weighing 160 lb (72.5 kg). He has black hair, a slim build and several scars on his right arm. He was 32 years old in 2004.
The Codiac Regional RCMP continue to investigate the suspicious disappearance of Fred Byram and have released a video from the night he was last seen, in hopes it will generate new information from the public.
The 44-year-old from Sainte-Anne-de-Madawaska, N.B., was last seen in the early morning hours of October 8, 2010, as he got into a taxi outside the Rocking Rodeo on Elmwood Drive in Moncton. He has not been in contact with any of his family or friends since, which is out of character for him.
Surveillance video shows him leaving the bar alone, just after 12:30 a.m.
Codiac Regional RCMP is requesting the public’s help in locating a 43-year-old Moncton man missing for over a month. Michael Andrew Blakney was reported missing to police last week but was last seen in early August while riding his bicycle in Moncton.
Blakney is of average build, 5 feet 1 inch tall, weighing approximately 150lbs, and has reddish brown or auburn coloured hair. He also walks with a limp. Blakney uses prescription glasses and often wears a ball cap. Family and friends say he rides a one speed bicycle everywhere and is known to ride regularly on trails to Sackville and Petitcodiac.
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