January 4, 2019 4:27 pm
Updated: January 4, 2019 5:40 pm

Five Winnipeggers charged with murder in September death

Global Winnipeg / File

A total of five suspects in a September murder have been arrested and charged, say Winnipeg police.

On Sept. 22, a man’s body was found inside a Pritchard Avenue residence. Police said the victim, Peter John James, 40, had been violently assaulted.

Three people at the house were arrested and charged with second-degree murder – Diamond Sky Caribou, 24, Gabriel Todd Mecas, 32, and Sarah Louella Osborne, 32.

READ MORE: Winnipeg police identify victim of fatal ‘violent assault’ on Pritchard Avenue

Michael Anthony Caribou and Faron Alexander Spence were charged with second-degree murder.

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Police reached out to the public in September and again in December to help find two additional suspects.

One of the still-at-large suspects, 28-year-old Michael Anthony Caribou, was arrested Monday at a downtown hotel.

The second, Faron Alexander Spence, 40, was picked up by police Thursday evening at a Furby Street residence.

Both were detained and charged with second degree murder.

WATCH: Rob Carver explains why they were called to a home on Pritchard

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