A 18-year-elderly person faces a homicide accusation in the demise of Shannon Hogan.
Hogan was the survivor of a brutal attack in Thunder Bay. She was found in a north-side laneway last July.
After a broad examination, police report they charged the 18-year-old with second degree murder.
The man had been in authority on disconnected charges and was captured Thursday while showing up at the common court.
Police can’t recognize him since he was a young at the hour of the occurrence.
The presume charged in a horrifying July 2013 homicide case has been resolved to stand preliminary.
Equity Dino DiGiuseppe controlled there is adequate proof to continue on the charge of second-degree murder for the passing of Shannon Ashliegh Marie Hogan against the male suspect, who can’t be named on the grounds that he was a young when the supposed offense happened
The Thunder Bay Courthouse court was pressed Tuesday with numerous family members of the casualty going to hear the decision. There was additionally a huge police presence in the court, with at any rate five formally dressed officials dissipated all through the room, many close to exits and the detainee’s container.
Hogan, 30, was killed in a savage episode in a laneway behind Lake Street in the early morning long stretches of July 16, 2013.
Thunder Bay Police Service authorities at that point said she was associated with the sex exchange.
Police captured and charged the suspect, who is currently 19, in December 2013 after he was at that point in care on different charges.