Man charged in underground PATH stabbing death makes court appearance
Written by The Canadian Press on April 13, 2019
TORONTO — A 19-year-old man accused of stabbing a woman to death in Toronto’s underground PATH network has appeared in court.
Duncan O’Neil Sinclair of Toronto is charged with first-degree murder in last week’s attack.
He made a brief court appearance Saturday morning, the day after police say they arrested him in Midland, Ont., more than 100 km north of the city.
Rae Cara Carrington, 51, was found with apparent stab wounds in the concourse underneath King and Bay streets on Wednesday.
Police say the attack was targeted, but they would not comment any possible link between victim and suspect.
The stabbing was not far from where Rosemarie Junor was fatally stabbed in 2015 by Rohinie Bisesar, who was found not criminally responsible for the attack last year.
The Canadian Press