Four Londoners charged with first-degree murder

Four people are charged with first-degree murder in the death of Raymond Beaver, 43

CBC News

October 06, 2017

A police shield can be seen on the front steps of 1 Lansdowne Avenue in London, Ont. A man was stabbed to death there on Oct. 2, police say. On Oct. 6, four people were charged with first-degree murder. (Kate Dubinski/CBC News)

London police have charged four people with first-degree murder in the death of Raymond Beaver, 43, who died after a stabbing on Lansdowne Avenue in London on Sunday. 

The four people charged with first-degree murder are: 


All four are from London and all four were taken into police custody earlier this week. 

Beaver died after a stabbing at 1 Lansdowne Ave. in London, just east of Adelaide and south of Hamilton.

Another man, aged 47, escaped with minor injuries. 

This is the third homicide in London this year. 

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