The policeman believes he killed a Burnaby woman earlier this month has been charged with second-degree murder.
Burnaby residents Nicole Hasselmann, 34, were found seriously injured and lying next to a vehicle that crashed in block 8000 from the Barnet Highway on November 16. He and the driver of the vehicle were taken to the hospital where he later died from it. injury.
The driver survived his injuries.
Initially, the investigators thought his injuries were caused by the accident, but they later decided that it was a dirty game. The officer with the Integrated Murder Investigation Team is called to take over the investigation.
Today (Friday), police announced they had arrested Jan Poepl, 31. Poepl had been accused of second-degree murder in connection with Hasselmann's death, according to a press release from IHIT.
Hasselmann, who was also followed by Nicole Porciello, worked as a student support worker at Templeton Secondary School in Vancouver.
The police have not said whether the defendant was the same person who drove the vehicle on the night of November 16.