Wednesday , December 8 2021

Accused B.C. Killer has the same name as the boyfriend & # 39; the slain teacher: sources


The man accused of killing Burnaby, B.C. educational assistant shares the name as her boyfriend, sources told CTV Vancouver.

January Poepl, 31, was charged with murder & # 39; departure after was arrested by RCMP on Thursday. Nicole Hasselmann was found dead two weeks ago.

"[Integrated Homicide Investigation Team] recognizes that this is a difficult time for the family & # 39; Nicole since hitting her death and hope that we were able to give them some answers, "Cpl. Frank Jang said in a statement.

Sources say that a CTV Vancouver Hasselmann was in & # 39; relationship & # 39; & # 39 resident; Burnaby who had the same name as the accused killer. In the past, her boyfriend spent some time working as a realtor.

Investigators said Hasselmann and their accused killer knew each other but do not confirm how or the extent of their relationship.

"The IHIT detectives worked with & # 39; constant way to secure and collect evidence for the approval of tariffs and today's result would not have been possible without their earnest efforts", said Jang.

M & # 39; there is no data & # 39; trial set for Poepl from Saturday.

The authorities have details about the death of & # 39; Hasselmann.

16 & # 39; in November, the first responders found the Assistant & # 39; Special Education & # 39; School of & # 39; Vancouver injured in a ditch after her SUV ġarraf. It seemed that her 2017 Kia Sorrento handed the lamp.

Hasselmann later died in hospital and police initially believed it was merely expelled from her vehicle during the crash.

But later, investigators said her injuries were "indicative of & # 39; bad games." Still did not reveal the official cause of death.

not sensitive man was also found in SUV and i get it first responders. The expectation is that authorities make a full recovery.

The team & # 39; homicide did not confirm whether the accused was that man in the vehicle or involved in a collision with & # 39; any way.

After her death, friends and colleagues of & # 39; Hasselmann said that remembered as a great mother and a good friend.

Investigators with the RCMP are asking anyone with information about the case to call the information line at 1-877-551-4448. Anyone who wishes to remain & # 39; & # 39 can anonymously; call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

B & # 39; report by Emad Agahi of & # 39; CTV Vancouver

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