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    Canada - Adrian Snider, 25, Grande Prairie, AB, 6 March 2015 *Arrests*

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    Police seek help to find Grande Prairie man

    Reported missing by his family on March 31st, not seen since March 6th. Police are now calling his disappearance a homicide.

    He is six-foot-three, about 195 pounds, with brown hair and eyes. In a photograph distributed by the RCMP, he is smiling and wearing a T-shirt with the words Stay Hungry. After the photo was taken, he had a tattoo put on his face. It is of a smile sewn shut. The Grande Prairie RCMP are asking the public to call them or Crime Stoppers if they have any information about the missing man.



    http://www.dailyheraldtribune.com/20...to-find-gp-man

    http://missingpeople.ca/2015/04/miss...dan-snider-25/

    http://www.albertapolicereport.ca/2015/04/22/update-2-missing-adrian-jordan-snider-may-be-the-victim-of-foul-play/

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ab/news-no...ider-2-eng.htm

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ab/news-no...ider-4-eng.htm

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ab/news-no...ider-5-eng.htm

    http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Grand...600/story.html

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    Last seen 3-6 but not reported until 3-31??????? Calling it a homicide right off the bat.... hopefully they know a lot more than what they're saying.
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    I guess the police have something that points to homocide rather than voluntary disappearance or suicide. 2 months is a long time.
    The description of the tattoo is unusual too. A stitched up smile. Is the tattoo across his own mouth? And if so has his mouth been tattooed so it's lines extend upwards in a permanent smile? Like some thing from Tim Burton's "Nightmare before Christmas"?

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    Earlier I wasn't able to find RCMP's Update#2:

    http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ab/news-no...ider-3-eng.htm

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    So the timeline looks like:

    -March 6 - AS was last seen by police when they had an 'interaction with him', AND last spoke to A family member (a family member who seems to have originally reported his last contact as being on March 1st)

    -March 10 - AS moved out of the residence in Grande Prairie where he had been living

    -March 31 - Man reported missing by A family member (it is unknown if it is the same or a different family member who last saw AS, although the wording seems to suggest IMO, that it is the same person)

    -April 7 - RCMP issue initial press release "asking for the public's assistance to locate a missing 25 year old."

    -April 21 - RMCP issue Update#1 - renewing their request for the public's assistance in locating AS - it becomes clear now that AS moved out of where he had been living on March 10 since the Update is now saying '6 weeks ago'; the Update clarifies that the family member had in fact last spoken to AS on March 6th and not March 1st as the family member had initially reported; it also states that AS has ties and connections to the Abbotsford/Chilliwack area in British Columbia.

    -April 22 - RCMP issue Update#2 - RCMP Major Crimes Unit becomes involved and police state they "have strong reasons to believe that Adrian may be the victim of foul play and a criminal investigation into his disappearance is now underway."

    "In cooperation with a number of specialized RCMP units, Grand Prairie Detachment and Major Crime Unit investigators are executing a search warrant at a residence at the east end of Grande Prairie's in relation to Adrian's disappearance.

    No one has been arrested or charged to date in relation to this matter."

    -April 28 - RCMP issue Update#3 - "Grande Prairie Detachment officers assisted of Police Dog Services, Special Tactical Operations (STO) are searching a rural area outside of Grande Prairie."

    -April 29 - RCMP issue Update#4 - "As the result of this ongoing investigation, police are now treating Adrian Snider disappearance as a homicide.

    Police have completed searches of a residence and a rural area of Grande Prairie.

    Adrian's family have been informed of these developments."

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    It sounds like 'the' family member who reported AS missing, originally misled police about the date of the last contact. Police realized that police had had an 'interaction' with him AFTER the family member said he/she last saw him, and then the family member changed his story about when the last communication was. Is this because the family member had been the one to instigate the police contact with AS and so police knew the family member had to have had contact later than when he/she initially reported?

    Police through their investigation also discovered that AS had moved out of where he had been living - date of move-out seems pretty close to the date last seen by police and last reported contact with family - had AS been living at the family home and was kicked out after the police 'interaction' with him?

    One day after releasing the above 2 discoveries (wrong date of last contact and that AS had moved out), police release that foul play is suspected, Major Crimes becomes involved, and a search warrant is obtained to search 'a residence'. No doubt the residence AS had moved out of.

    One week later, special teams including K9 search a rural area outside Grande Prairie, and then one day later, police release they are treating the disappearance as a homicide.

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    Police say Snider had moved out of a Grande Prairie residence in mid-March, but they have been unable to locate him.
    http://www.abbynews.com/news/300827691.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by deugirtni View Post
    It sounds like 'the' family member who reported AS missing, originally misled police about the date of the last contact. Police realized that police had had an 'interaction' with him AFTER the family member said he/she last saw him, and then the family member changed his story about when the last communication was. Is this because the family member had been the one to instigate the police contact with AS and so police knew the family member had to have had contact later than when he/she initially reported?

    Police through their investigation also discovered that AS had moved out of where he had been living - date of move-out seems pretty close to the date last seen by police and last reported contact with family - had AS been living at the family home and was kicked out after the police 'interaction' with him?

    One day after releasing the above 2 discoveries (wrong date of last contact and that AS had moved out), police release that foul play is suspected, Major Crimes becomes involved, and a search warrant is obtained to search 'a residence'. No doubt the residence AS had moved out of.

    One week later, special teams including K9 search a rural area outside Grande Prairie, and then one day later, police release they are treating the disappearance as a homicide.

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    not sounding good.....
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    I am going to go out on a limb and say there are drugs involved. Organized crime has become rampant there and with that comes more drugs and violence.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmont...cash-1.2979176

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    Wow, that was a good catch!

    Quote Originally Posted by sheshecanada View Post
    I am going to go out on a limb and say there are drugs involved. Organized crime has become rampant there and with that comes more drugs and violence.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmont...cash-1.2979176


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    I follow a blog called Gangsters Out it is written by a guy in Vancouver. It is very very informative with pictures and all. Always MSM links to back up the info as well, it is a who is who of losers involved in the lifestyle.

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    UPDATE #5: Adrian Snider Homicide Found Human Remains

    Earlier this afternoon Edmonton Major Crimes Unit located what are believed to be human remains at a rural location outside of the city. Police believe the remains are related to the homicide of Adrian SNIDER......http://www.albertapolicereport.ca/20...human-remains/

    ETA: Googling the suspects arrested has made for some interesting reading and confirmed my suspicions about the drugs. Rumor has it PD was a collector and drug user, I cannot share the link sorry
    Last edited by sheshecanada; 05-05-2015 at 01:39 AM. Reason: add info

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    Here is a link to Alberta Police Report Update#5 published May 4th:

    Earlier this afternoon Edmonton Major Crimes Unit located what are believed to be human remains at a rural location outside of the city. Police believe the remains are related to the homicide of Adrian SNIDER. Confirmation of the identity of the remains will be made public after they are examined by the ME’s office and the appropriate notification of next of kin are complete.
    http://www.albertapolicereport.ca/20...human-remains/

    And APR Update #4 (the arrests occurred before the discovery of the body) also published May 4th; they are looking for further suspects:

    Patrick Decque, 29 was arrested on Friday evening, at his residence, in Grande Prairie; Dominic Decque, 27 also of Grande Prairie, was arrested on Saturday at a shopping mall in Grande Prairie. Both males have been charged with the murder of Snider and made their first court appearance this morning, in Grande Prairie Provincial Court. They will appear in court again on May 25, 2015.

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    RCMP are looking for further suspects in this case and would like anyone who has not already contacted the RCMP in Grande Prairie, to call 780-830-5701..
    http://www.albertapolicereport.ca/20...ider-update-4/

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    News article:

    Two brothers face murder charges in connection with the death of a 25-year-old missing man.
    http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Broth...298/story.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by deugirtni View Post
    Both brothers have extensive criminal records which can be found on here
    https://justice.gov.bc.ca/cso/esearc...tySearchNew.do

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