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Jesse Shergill charged in Deepak Chahal’s June 2014 stabbing murder

Surrey: The Integrated Homicide Investigation has charged a man in the stabbing murder of Jesse Shergill.

In the early morning hours of June 19, 2014   the Surrey RCMP received a 911 call of man being stabbed in Newton area of Surrey. When the members of the Surrey RCMP and BC Ambulance arrived at the scene at the 13100 block of 65B Avenue, they found a fatally stabbed man.  He  was later identified as 22 year old, Mandepaak “Deepak” Chahal of Surrey.  Deepak was transported to hospital where he died of his injuries.

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) took conduct of the investigation and worked with members of the Surrey RCMP to investigate this homicide.

On the afternoon of October 29, 2014, 20 year old Sukhpreet “Jesse” Shergill of Surrey was arrested by investigators from IHIT.  Mr. Shergill has been charged with one count of Manslaughter. Shergill made his first court appearance in the Surrey Provincial Court, on October 30, 2014.

“We would like to extent our condolences once again to Deepak’s family and thank both the Surrey RCMP and the community of Newton for assisting us in this investigation.” said Sgt. Adam MacIntosh of IHIT.


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