2006-PELLETIER, Steven-11/2/2006

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2006-PELLETIER, Steven-11/2/2006

Cheryl
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16 May 2007, 22:11 #1

http://www.winnipeg.ca/police/Unsolved_Cas...02pelletier.stm

Unsolved Missing Person Case
Steven Pelletier
DOB: 1977-06-02
Missing since: November 2nd, 2006

Steven PELLETIER, 29 years, was last seen by family on November 2nd, 2006.

PELLETIER is described as an Aboriginal male, 6'0, approx 150 pounds, shaved brown hair, and brown eyes with a slight moustache. There is no description of clothing at this time.

If you have any information about this case, please contact the Missing Persons Unit at (204) 986-6250 or Crime Stoppers at 786-TIPS (8477).
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Cheryl
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07 Jan 2008, 03:01 #2

Missing Person

PELLETIER, Steven Jeremiah
Date Last Seen: 2006-11-02
The Salvation Army: 180 Henry, Winnipeg, MB

Age at Disappearance: 29
Date of Birth: 1977-06-02
Race: Aboriginal
Gender: Male
Height: 6'0" (182.88cm)
Weight: 150lbs (68.04kgs)
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown
Distinguishing Features: Pimples/pock marked face, appendix scar on abdomen, tip of left thumb amputated, scar by left eye
Clothing Worn at time of disappearance: Unknown
File #: MB30038 R06*85489
Agency: Winnipeg Police Service
Additional Information:
Steven Pelletier was last seen on 20060930 in the Downtown area of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Steven had been staying at the Salvation Army, located at 180 Henry Street. Nothing further is known of his disappearance.

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of this person please contact one of the following agencies:

Winnipeg Police Service Cold Case Unit at (204) 986-6245
email: WPS-missingpersons@winnipeg.ca

Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

http://www.macp.mb.ca/results.php?id=W1020
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24 Oct 2008, 06:35 #3

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21 Jan 2014, 03:01 #4

Police have solved a cold case and charged a known gangster with second-degree murder in the 2006 death of Steven Pelletier.

Police say that the 29-year-old was lured into a home in the 500-block of Magnus Avenue on Oct. 4, 2006 by the man. While in the house, Pelletier was seriously assaulted and then shot.

Darrel Lavallee, 32, an alleged member of the Indian Posse, gang has been charged with his death.

"We have had significant contact with him in the past," said Const. Jason Michalyshen on Lavallee's lengthy criminal past.

Pelletier's was removed by Lavallee and his associates, police said, and moved to a secluded area outside of Winnipeg.

In November 2006, Pelletier's family filed a missing persons report to police. The missing person release stated that he last seen on Sept. 30, 2006 in the downtown area and had been staying at the Salvation Army on Henry Street.

Police have not said whether Pelletier's body has been found or how they came to arrest Lavallee, but said there will likely be further arrests.

"Our investigation evolved over a period of time, involving members of our missing persons unit in 2006," Const. Jason Michalyshen said. "In approximately 2010 members of our homicide (unit) became involved and obviously for some time have been pursuing a positive conclusion to this matter,"

Lavallee is currently serving a 9 1/2-year sentence after an attempt at vengeance went awry. In 2007, his brother-in-law attempted to kill himself. Believing that his brother-in-law had been killed by a rival Native Syndicate gangster, Lavallee shot an innocent 18-year-old he believed to be the killer.

At the time of his conviction, he was already in jail on weapons charges.

This is the second cold-case homicide arrest this month. Last week, police charged Tanner James Prevost, 21, with second-degree murder in the 2012 disappearance of Robert (Bobby) Thomson.

"Sometimes we are successful, sometimes we need to do more work," Michalyshen said. "To the families that are still looking for answers and still dealing with the tragic loss of a loved one, I ask them to hang in there and be patient."
http://www.winnipegsun.com/2014/01/20/gang...old-case-murder
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