Police arrest six people in Peterborough murder

42-year-old Terence Pringle was found dead in Stewart Street home on November 26

Police have arrested and charged four adults and two young offenders aged 15 and 16 in the November 26th death of Terry Pringle
Police have arrested and charged four adults and two young offenders aged 15 and 16 in the November 26th death of Terry Pringle

Peterborough Police have arrested and charged six people in connection with a homicide at a home on Stewart Street in Peterborough.

One adult and two young offenders have been charged with first degree murder, and three adults have been charged with accessory after the fact.

On November 26, 2016 at around 1:30 a.m., police were called to 296 Stewart Street where they found a deceased male, who has since been identified as 42-year-old Terence (Terry) Pringle.

An autopsy was completed and police confirm the cause of death as blunt force trauma.

Over the past five days, members of the Criminal Investigations Unit conducted an extensive investigation of the crime. As a result of that investigation, six people have been arrested and charged in connection with the death of Terry Pringle. Two of those arrested are young offenders.

Police are not commenting on the motive for the crime, but they have confirmed this is an isolated incident and that all those involved have some connection to the victim.

The following people have been arrested and charged:

  • Samantha Elizabeth Hall, 25, of Stewart Street (Conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, Accessory after the fact to murder)
  • Christopher Mitchell Bolton, 29, of Bethune Street (Accessory after the fact to murder)
  • Joseph Douglas Crawford, 28, of Dalhousie Street (Accessory after the fact to murder)
  • Jordan Kelly Osborne, 24, of Aylmer Street (First degree murder, Conspiracy to commit an indictable offence)
  • 16-year-old Peterborough male (First degree murder)
  • 15-year-old Peterborough male (First degree murder, Conspiracy to commit an indictable offence)

Under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, the name of a young person cannot be released. All accused were held in custody and are scheduled to attend court on November 30th.

While the police are not looking for any other suspects, they are still interested in speaking with anyone who may have information related to this investigation.

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