Moncton Man Charged With Murder in Stabbing
A 25-year-old Moncton man wanted in connection with the stabbing death of 47-year-old Rodney Perry has been arrested and taken into custody.
RCMP say Jesse James Perry-Belliveau was arrested without incident Friday in Memramcook. He has been charged with second degree murder and is scheduled to appear in court at a later date, according to Constable Hans Ouellette.
Police arrested 45-year-old Kimberly Cormier on Wednesday in connection with Perry's death. She appeared in Moncton Provincial Court on Thursday, and was charged with second degree murder. Cormier has been remanded into custody and her next court appearance is scheduled for March 16.
Rodney Perry was discovered in his car on Tuesday afternoon, after police responded to a complaint of a fight on Elmwood Drive in Moncton. Perry had been stabbed and crashed his car into a pole on Stone Ave. He was later pronounced dead in hospital.