3 now charged in Markham murder
Apr 15, 2011
Investigators have arrested two Toronto men in last year’s home invasion and homicide in Markham.
And, police probing the death of Bich-Ha Pan, 53, who was gunned down Nov. 8 inside her Helen Avenue home in Markham, said today they expect more arrests will be made in the case, which shocked residents of the quiet neighbourhood near Kennedy Road and Hwy. 407.
Mrs. Pan’s husband, Huei-Hann, 57, was also shot and seriously wounded during the attack. He has since been released from hospital.
York police arrested a man yesterday in the Jane Street/Finch Avenue area of North York and a second man yesterday at Maplehurst Correctional Complex in Milton, Det.-Sgt. Larry Wilson said Friday.
David Mylvaganam, 22, of Toronto and 31-year-old Eric Carty, also of Toronto are charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Police arrested the Pans’ daughter, Jennifer, 24, about three weeks after the incident, charging the Markham woman with first-degree murder, attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
She was to appear at the Newmarket courthouse by video Friday, police said. When charged by York police, Mr. Carty was in prison after being arrested for first-degree murder in connection to the 2009 slaying of a 24-year-old Toronto man.
In the meantime, York police are looking for at least two more suspects, Det.-Sgt. Wilson said, uring those involved in this horrendous crime to seek legal counsel and turn themselves in immediately.
However, police would not discuss the relationship between the two men arrested and Jennifer Pan. Police would also not comment on a motive for the shootings.
Police were called to the Pans’ Markham home at about 10:30 p.m. Nov. 8. Officers were told three gunmen demanded cash and valuables before Mrs. and...
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