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The Winnipeg Police Service has arrested a man in connection with the murders of four people following a shooting on Sunday Langside.
Jamie Randy Felix, 32, was arrested on Fernwood Avenue in the south end of the Manitoba capital on Friday at 6:30 a.m. by police crews. police as well as a tactical unit.
According to the police department, he faces four counts of murder in the second degree and one count of attempted murder.
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A large police presence was near apartments near the intersection of Chemin St Anne and Fernwood Avenue on Friday morning.
At a news conference Friday, Winnipeg Police Service representative Jennifer McKinnon offered few details about the suspect's criminal history. He was known to the police, she simply mentioned.
Melelek Leseri Lesikel, Dylan Maxwell Lavallee, Crystal Shannon Beardy and her sister, Stephanie Amanda Beardy, died in a shooting on November 26.
A 55-year-old man, who was also shot, remains in critical condition in hospital.
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The homicide unit continues to work with the family support teams and victim services to support these people in this tragedy, underlined Jennifer McKinnon.
So far, police say they cannot provide further details about the circumstances of the shooting. She was also unable to say whether the suspect knew the victims or why he was on Langside Street.
The twin brother of the accused, Johnathen James Felix, was murdered in 2012.
Jamie Randy Felix told the CBC show < em>Now or Neverin 2020 that he was struggling with addiction after the death of his brother, but was able to find help through a community of friends. a support group for young men.