BRANTFORD — The murders of Coby “Kareem” Carter, 22 of Hamilton, Dorothy Lynn Vanevery, 62 of Brantford and Larry Reynolds, 64 now have seven new suspects facing charges.
Ontario Provincial Police in a joint investigation with Brantford Police Service, entitled “Project Grantham” under the direction of the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch have arrested and charged seven additional individuals in connection with two homicides. Both homicides occurred in the City of Brantford in July 2019.
On July 8, 2019, officers responded to a Colborne Street West address in the City of Brantford, and located a deceased male. On July 18, 2019, police responded to an address on Park Road South, in the City of Brantford, and located a deceased male and a deceased female.
Throughout the investigation, “Project Grantham” uncovered vital information involving all three homicides. As a result, the Brantford Police Service and OPP arrested and charged Abdelaziz Faiz Ibrahim, 24 years old, of Hamilton with First Degree Murder in connection to the death of Coby “Kareem” Carter.
Now police say six others are each charged with two counts of First Degree Murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder in connection to the deaths of Lynn Vanevery and Larry Reynolds.
The accused are: Malik Mbuyi, 20 of Toronto; Nathan Howes, 31 of Brantford; Dylan Aldridge, 24 of North York; Terrell Philbert, 22 of York; Thomy Baez-Eusebio, 23 of Toronto and Salloum Jassem, 32 of Brant County.
All those arrested remain in custody.
Police now say that investigators have determined that Vanevery or Reynolds were the intended targets.
Brantford Police Service and the OPP wish to thank the public and the media for their assistance in this ongoing and active investigation.
Anyone with information regarding this or any incident is asked to call the OPP at 1-888-310-1122. Should you wish to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or leave an anonymous online message at http://hc-cs.ca where you may be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $2,000.