A second-degree murder charge in the death of Jaime Adao

A second-degree murder charge in the death of Jaime Adao

March 3rd a teenager was killed during a violent home invasion at night. Responding police shot the 29-year-old suspect, who remains in critical condition.

When police arrived minutes later, they found a man attacking 17-year-old Jaime Adao with a weapon. In order to stop the attack, police had to shoot the man.

The suspect identified as a 29-year-old Ronald Chubb, he has a long history of breaking and entering, according to court documents. As an adult, Chubb has been convicted about 11 times for break and enters, dating back to 2009.

Ronald Bruce Chubb has been charged with second-degree murder, attempted murder and failing to comply with probation.

Chubb has been discharged from hospital and is now in custody, said police.

Police chief Danny Smyth updated media on the investigation at a community meeting Friday night at Maples Collegiate. The suspect may have been under methamphetamine influence at the time of the home invasion incident.

Jaime is the son of Jim and Mel Adao, who own Jimel’s Bakery locations on Bannatyne Avenue and Sheppard Street.

Please visit a link below to donate and help the family of Jaime Adao:

https://www.gofundme.com/jaime-quotjimboyquot-adao039s-memory

With crime and drug trafficking growing problems in Winnipeg, city authorities promise to dedicate more funds and manpower to fight and overcome such issues. All of the recent statistics and police reports show that drugs of any kind are a big and constantly growing problem in Canada.

Please visit a link below to see how a Winnipegger urges to take action on the city`s drug problem:

https://www.go204.ca/news/2310946/winnipegger-urges-to-take-action-on-citys-drug-problem

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