London’s first homicide of the year still remains a mystery

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 London's first homicide of the year still remains a mystery

The eighth man in connection to London’s first homicide case of the year was found and arrested. Police are just starting the investigation process and little is known of how 41 year old William Billy Tombs is connected to 24 year old Matthew Perry who died on January 6th.

Perry was found outside a king street apartment severely injured and died in hospital hours later. His autopsy revealed that his death was likely caused from the injuries sustained from his fall.

The investigation into Perry’s death led police into discovering several other charges, involving Perry and a second person.

Tombs is being charged with manslaughter, forcible confinement ,kidnapping, and assault with a weapon.

Clayton More, 34; Tabatha Williams, 35; Amanda Onstad, 28; Justin Christensen, 28; Bradley Smith, 35; Allan Baptiste, 47 and David George, all of London, also face charges. All suspects remain in custody.

London Police are asking anyone with information related to this case to call the station at 519 661 5670 or London Crime Stoppers at 1800 222 TIPS (8477).

London Police 'Wanted' poster for William 'Billy' Tombs

London Police ‘Wanted’ poster for William ‘Billy’ Tombs

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