The Canadian Press

2015-09-17 | CRIME Murder Toronto Arrest

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A man sought by Toronto police on a second-degree murder charge after a 2012 "gas-and-dash" incident also had a file at the Montreal courthouse. Forty-two year old Max Tutiven surrendered to Montreal investigators this morning. But he was not immediately returned to Toronto because he was also wanted in connection with incidents in Montreal dating back to October 2007. He appeared briefly in court this afternoon to face the charges, which included obstruction of justice and possession of stolen goods. His lawyer, Yann Trignac (trih-NYAK') told The Canadian Press Tutiven pleaded not guilty in 2011 but eventually did not turn up for his trial in December 2012. (Earlier this week, Toronto police announced a 25-thousand-dollar reward for information leading to Tutiven's arrest. He was wanted on the second-degree murder charge in the death of a gas station employee in September 2012. He will return to court tomorrow morning.)

Date: 2015-09-17
Placeline: MONTREAL.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

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