Ch 2 - Experiment 003
Institute of Temporal Physics (ITP)
Temporal Analysis Particle Accelerator (TAPA) Experimental Log
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015 - Peak Energy 9.8TeV Entanglement Resonance Receiver Test
11:24pm - Dr. Ridley extracts containment vessel, reports transmission received. Experiment cycle identifiers Zero-Zero-One through Zero-Zero-Three are present and recorded.
Reminder: Cycle identifier Zero-Zero-Four to be transmitted at 8:32:16pm Apr 06, 2024.
11:49pm - Containment vessel recovered, contents are as follows.
Signed: Matthew Cendric, Alexandra Ridley
Experimental Package Item 002-A
Two suspects arrested in Waterloo after stabbing that left two dead
Waterloo Region Record by Lisa Amallory
Sep 29, 2015
WATERLOO - A second suspect is in custody in connection with a weekend stabbing that has left two boys dead at a home in Waterloo's Beechwood neighbourhood.
Justin Hlinke, 25, is jointly charged with Anthony Lee, 29, with first-degree murder, weapons offences, assault, resisting arrest, and possession of cocaine. The two suspects were arrested following a brief chase after police responded to a 911 call.
The stabbings happened in a private home belonging to David Hanson just after 11:30 p.m. Saturday, said York Regional Police. The victims were two boys, friends aged 14 and 15 while they were alone in the home of one of the boys. The boy's parents were not at home at the time.
Hlinke and Lee made brief appearances in Kitchener court and were remanded in custody until later this week.
Waterloo Regional Police have said Hlinke was known to one of the victims, and may have come to the home in search of payment of a debt involving the sale of marijuana.
Court documents specify that a knife allegedly used in the attack was found discarded near the scene.
A police spokesperson state that "The investigation into the circumstances of the incident, and whether additional persons were involved is continuing."
Police urge anyone with information about the incident to call 519-650-8500 ext. 4499, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Experimental Package Item 003-A
Police officer and suspect killed in Waterloo shooting, three others wounded
The Canadian Press
Published Sunday, Sep 27, 2015 5:30AM EDT
Last updated Monday, Sep 28, 2015 1:45PM EDT
WATERLOO - A major police incident was underway in west Waterloo on Saturday evening after police exchanged gunfire with two suspects. During the firefight one officer was shot and killed, as was one of the suspects. Three others were injured and are in hospital in serious condition.
A large area of the Beechwood neighbourhood remained blocked off by police on Sunday as they continue to investigate at a home on Candlewood Cres near Keats Way.
Police were responding to a 911 call reporting a disturbance inside the home being caused by two men in their 20s who arrived at the home near 11:15pm.
Dorothy Mitchner, 42, said she was at home across the street when she heard lots of sirens arrive suddenly. Three police cars pulled up and then she heard a rapid popping sound that she described like kids setting off firecrackers in the street.
"This is normally a very quiet neighbourhood, I've never seen anything like it." she said as she showed a hole in her garage door where a bullet pierced through before striking the hood of her vehicle inside.
Reports of the shooting began to surface at about 12 a.m. in the residential area. As the situation unfolded, residents in the area were told to stay inside, and not to tweet or post on social media about exact police movements.
Police, fire and ambulance crews were at the scene.
The shooter: Suspect identified as Anthony Lee, 29, who has a history of drug, assault, and weapons charges.
The dead officer: Constable Tham Sheng, 36, from North York, Toronto; spent six years on the Waterloo Regional Police Force. He leaves a wife and young son behind.
Second suspect: A second suspect identified as Justin Hlinke, 25, who also has a history of drug possession and trafficking was injured in the confrontation.
Others injured: A boy, 15, who lives at the home was allegedly assaulted with a knife by Hlinke as police arrived on the scene. A next-door neighbour was also injured, the cause of the injury is not known at this time.
Waterloo Reg. Police
Cst Tham died doing what he loved. RIP. #HeroesinLife #WRPSStrong
9:31 AM - 28 Sep 2015
Experimental Package Item 003-B
Kitchener fire leads to discovery of body, marijuana grow-op
Incident related to killing of a Waterloo police officer on saturday, additional charges to be laid
Posted: Sep 28, 2015 8:20 AM ET | Last Updated: Sep 28, 2015 5:14 PM ET
Additional charges will be laid against Justin Hlinke, 25, who was involved in a major incident on Saturday that resulted in the death of Constable Tham Sheng after a fire occurred at a property linked to the suspect at 87 Russel St near Stirling Ave S in Kitchener. The fire led police to discover about 800 mature marijuana plants worth approximately $1 million in the home. Further investigation discovered a badly burned body on the second floor.
Waterloo Regional Police were called to the home early Sunday morning after a fire broke out in the basement and quickly spread upwards to the first and second floors and the roof. When police arrived, they discovered an extensive marijuana grow-op in the basement and second floor of the home. After the fire was extinguished, police made a grisly discovery among the charred plants on the second floor. There the body of an unidentified adult male was discovered.
Police have not yet released any details about the victim, but have said that the death has been classified as suspicious.
Firefighters have said that the fire appears to have been caused by an attempt to bypass the electrical meter.
Police are continuing their investigation.
Update (3:45 PM ET)
Police have identified the victim as Dr. Matthew Cendric, 37, a lead researcher at the Institute of Theoretical Physics in Waterloo. No additional details were forthcoming at this time except that police have stated that the cause of Dr. Cendric's death was unrelated to the fire.
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