Canada - Shelley Loder, 44, Mono, 7 Dec 2010

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  1. Hazel

    Hazel New Member

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    GOOD NEWS!!
    Yesterday, Sunday Dec. 19, a second update was posted on Shelley's FB page by her husband: She is responding well to doctor's assessments and is out of critical care :woohoo: and she is being monitored closely. They also said she is improving everyday :) .


    I imagine (and hope) there is always someone with her, and that whoever did this to Shelley wont be able to get close to her.

    I wish Shelley a full recovery and hopefully, she will in time be able to help LE identify her attacker.
     
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  3. Kamille

    Kamille Shine bright like a diamond

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    Great to hear that she is turning a corner and is on her way to recovery. Hopefully she will be able to be instrumental in helping LE to apprehend the person who did this to her. Whether it's possible that it's the same person who murdered Sonia or not, it will be nice to know that at least one crazed killer is off the streets.

    MOO
     
  4. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://www.orangeville.com/news/loc...-slow-road-to-recovery-at-headwaters-hospital
    It’s been nearly a month since Shelley’s attack. No arrests have been made and police won’t discuss possible motives.


    “I know over the holidays they have been working to hopefully bring closure to this case,” Const. Peter Leon, central region communications officer for the OPP, said of investigators.


    Acting-Det. Insp. Paul McCrickard of the OPP Criminal Investigations Branch is working with officers from the Dufferin and Nottawasaga detachments. Police are following up on all leads and waiting on the result of testing being done at the Centre for Forensic Science in Toronto.


    “We’re hoping what they have seized from the scene, through the identification process, will help to identify who is responsible,” Leon said
     
  5. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://www.citizen.on.ca/news/2011-01-06/Local_News/Police_await_forensics_in_Mono_assault.html
    Police may have taken a step forward in their investigation of the savage assault on Shelley Loder in Mono last month, but have no new information to release in the fourmonth old killing of nurse Sonia Varaschin
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    “There has been no major connection drawn between the two.”


    He didn’t say on Tuesday whether Ms. Loder has been able to assist in any way with the Mono investigation, but did confirm that she is now listed in “fair to stable” condition and remains under medical care in a hospital.

    "In that investigation, the OPP is awaiting results of a forensics examination of “evidence seized at the scene,” and hoping it “will shed some light on the identity of the perpetrator,” Mr. Leon said
     
  6. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    Happy to see this family getting some help from the community!
    http://www.citizen.on.ca/news/2011-02-24/Local_News/Restaurateurs_come_to_Loder_familys_aid.html
    Restaurateurs come to Loder family’s aid 2011-02-24 / Local News
    To help a Mono family hit by a brutal assault on Dec. 7, 2010, area restaurants are combining their expertise and staging a culinary fundraiser on March 26 at the Mono Community Centre.

    Shelley Loder, a photographer, was the victim of an attack in her home that left her hospitalized and in intensive care in Toronto.

    With her husband, Glen, in college pursuing a nursing degree, the family was left without an income.
     
  7. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://www.thestar.com/news/article/904813
    Shelly Loder, oops sorry about that- I was doubting myself even as I typed the initials..
    On a quiet country road just north of Orangeville, a 44-year-old woman was viciously attacked Tuesday afternoon

    She was found by a family member inside a photo studio that stands next her house, an old converted school in Mono where she lives with her husband and two kids.
     
  8. No_Stone_Unturned

    No_Stone_Unturned New Member

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    Oh yes - thanks so much!

    I've always felt that there has to be a link between SL and SV. However, LE *seems* to not be saying there is a link, so......:fence:

    I've been trying to find 'new news' about SL's condition (ie. is she able to provide LE with a description of the attacker), but I can find nothing at all.

    Now, IF SV and SL are linked - that brings us right back to a serial attacker/killer.:twocents:
     
  9. matou

    matou #los2188

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    What about Shelley Loder and the composite of the man seen in the area?
     
  10. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://www.orangeville.com/feature/article/959601--man-seen-near-mono-attack
    The man is described as male, white, 27-32 years of age, average build and approximately 5’10”. He had a round, clean-shaven face, fair complexion with reddish/orange hair that was short with a slight wave. He was wearing a dark, two-toned ski jacket and looked to be neat in appearance.
     
  11. matou

    matou #los2188

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    Sorry LadyL, I think that description is for the man seen around Mono when Shelley Loder was attacked. I wanted a refresher about what that guy looked like. It's not the same description for the guy running on the video behind the Metro in Orillia. Sorry about the confusion.
     
  12. Hazel

    Hazel New Member

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    This was posted in Audrey's thread ( LINK )
    There is something I have been pondering about for a long time. Please bear with me while I try to put my thoughts together :blushing1:
    I've been wondering if the perp(s) owned a car or not:

    ( 1 ) On foot -- No car:

    Did he live in Orangeville, and left Sonia's car behind Greenhawks, and then left on foot? If that was the case, he would have left a trail of scent for the K-9 units to follow. Is that what happened? Is that what led LE to check:
    .........

    If perp(s) used his own car:
    ( 2 ) Did he drive Sonia's body in her car to where he dumped her body, and then drove back to Orangeville and left her car at GH? Did LE find traces of soil/gravel/etc. from that Caledon area in Sonia's wheels ? OR

    ( 3 )
    (and this is the theory I had been pondering about) Did the perp(s) park his car behind GH, walked to Sonia's townhouse, drove her car with her body to the GH location, then moved her body into his car, and drove to the Caledon location in his car ????????????????????????

    Unless LE found evidence that Sonia's car was in fact the one used to get to where her body was dumped, then IMO, this theory will make a bit more sense.

    This could explain why her car was found parked behind the GH, and will also tell us the perp(s) was not taking unnecessary risks by driving her bloody car back to town, and then walk around in bloody clothes.

    This could also add the possibility that the perp(s) is not from Orangeville...after dumping her body, he could have taken off in his own car and drove north, south, east or west. All just my own opinion. Hope I explained it clearly enough :/

    Comments?
     
  13. Hazel

    Hazel New Member

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    Tomorrow marks one year since the brutal attack on Shelley Lorraine Loder
    - there have been no updates on how she is recovering - no updates on the investigation -

    I hope she keeps improving every day, and wish her full recovery.
    Found this picture of her on a Google search
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    click on image (below) to play old VIDEO
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  14. matou

    matou #los2188

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    This is so discouraging to me. WTH is going on with these investigations? Is it safe to be a woman in the Orangeville area or what? Shelley's family was home at the time of her attack and the perp went in and ravaged her. Sonia lived in a townhouse complex and no one know squat???
     
  15. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://www.orangeville.com/news/loc...-for-attempted-murderer-reaches-one-year-mark

    By Bill Tremblay
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    Dec 12, 2011 - 3:18 PM

    Search for attempted murderer reaches one-year mark
    "A year has passed since the violent attack that left Shelley Loder fighting for her life. As time moves forward, so does the investigation into the assault.
    Police were called to Loder’s home, located on 10th Sideroad in Mono, shortly before 5 p.m. on Dec. 7, 2010. A family member found the 44-year-old woman in her photography studio beside her home suffering from serious injuries. Police have not released a motive for the attack.
    OPP spokesperson Const. Peter Leon said forensic evidence retrieved from Loder’s property is helping police piece together a portrait of her attacker.
    “We do have evidence that is assisting our investigators. We want to make sure the I’s are dotted and T’s are crossed,” Leon said, adding the Centre for Forensic Sciences in Toronto is analyzing evidence".
     
  16. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    http://www.orangeville.com/news/loc...-for-attempted-murderer-reaches-one-year-mark
    "“They are confident they will find the person responsible and criminal charges will be laid,” Leon said.
    “We are still very actively involved in the investigation.”
    In February, police released a sketch of a man, who was seen near the area of the assault. Leon said the sketch is still relevant to the ongoing investigation.
    “The best information we have to go with is that one individual that was seen in the area,” he said.
    Investigators have also compared evidence from the attack to other violent crimes in the region. The comparison has revealed a connection is unlikely to exist, Leon said, noting Loder’s attack is being investigated as an isolated incident.
    “There are reasons for the investigators to believe they aren’t related. I can’t go into specifics or details,” Leon said. “They are not similar, I can say that.”
    Although police believe the incident is isolated, Leon said residents must remain vigilant to protect their own safety.
    “People need to recognize that you do need to lock your doors and be very cautious and vigilant of your surroundings,” Leon said.
    “We’re seeing crimes take place that we are not used to seeing in some of our communities.”
    Police continue to solicit any information from the public that may assist in the Mono investigation.
    “No matter how small the information is, it’s still relevant a year later,” Leon said. “That information can be followed up I can assure you of that.”
    According to Leon, the mystery of Loder’s attacker is far from being considered a cold case.
    “We’ll continue to investigate until the person responsible is located and placed before a court of justice,” Leon said. “We’re in the business of solving crimes.”
    Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or the OPP Provincial Communications Centre at 1-888-310-1122"
     
  17. Hazel

    Hazel New Member

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    Fantastic news! This is like music to my ears! I also noticed they have added a bit more detail to the composite sketch (POI).
    [​IMG]
     
  18. Salem

    Salem Former Member

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    http://www.thestar.com/news/crime/a...savagely-beaten-in-mono-says-recovery-is-slow

    This is an older case and the article is from 2010. There may be connections between this case and Audrey Gleaves: Audrey Gleave, retired teacher, viciously murdered in home, Ancaster Ontario, #5 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community and Sonia Varaschin's case. Sonia was located deceased and her thread is in the missing located forum: Found Deceased Canada - Sonia Varaschin, 42, Orangeville, 29 Aug 2010 - #2 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community

    Salem
     
  19. No_Stone_Unturned

    No_Stone_Unturned New Member

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    Well, I was thinking that AG, SL and SV were all related. You know, the same attacker/killer.

    Now - I'm wondering if SL's son was involved. Please don't be upset by what I've said here. Kindly remember that I work with young criminals/killers aged 9 - 17. :blushing: That said, the composite looks much older than the 'young' age group. (I did deal with a young offender who looked very much like this composite! I'll do some digging and see if I can locate him. He was released back into the 'regular school sytem' after he'd served three years for murder one. He killed a woman at age 13 and was placed in a jail for young offenders).

    ETA: And I should add that the young offender I'm talking about (who looks like the composite pic) was found in the woods near Orangeville after he'd committed murder at age 13!
     
  20. dotr

    dotr Well-Known Member

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    Thankyou Salem (and Hazel) for trimming and styling this thread!
     
  21. No_Stone_Unturned

    No_Stone_Unturned New Member

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    Thanks to Salem for adding links to the AG and SL cases. It makes locating the threads easier - at least, it does for me!! :)

    ETA: I have added info about the composite in the SL case in the AG thread. If you're interested, kindly see over there!
    Thanks....
     

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