A man a policeman believed to have killed a Burnaby woman earlier this month was charged with a second-degree murder.
Burnaby carrier Nicole Hasselmann, 34, was found to be badly injured and next to the car on November 16th. 8000 blocks from Barnet Highway. She and the driver were taken to a hospital where she later died of her injuries.
The driver survived his injuries.
Initially, the researchers thought that her injury was a crash, but they later discovered that it was an unpleasant game. Investigators were taken to the Investigative Team for Integrated Murders.
Today (on Friday) the police announced that they had arrested Jan Poul, 31. According to IHIT's press release, Poeplam was charged with a second-degree murder in connection with Hasselmann's death.
Hasselmans, who also went with Nicole Porciello, worked for a student at Vancouver Templeton Secondary School.
The police have not said that the accused is the same person who was driving the vehicle on the night of November 16.