UPDATE: Second suspect arrested in Herblin homicide

Calgary, Alberta – A man who police were looking for in relation to the murder of Christophe HERBLIN has been arrested and is now facing charges.

On Saturday, March 14, 2020, the victim had responded to a break-and-enter alarm at his business, located in the 3800 block of Bow Trail S.W., around 3 a.m. Officers attended the scene and searched the business before clearing the location.

The victim then remained in the parking lot waiting for the business to be secured by a contractor until approximately 6 a.m., at which time it is believed at least three people returned to the scene and the fatal encounter occurred.

On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, Anthony Archie Michel CHRISTIAN, 26, of Calgary, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder for the homicide of Christophe HERBLIN.

Last week, investigators released information about a second suspect, Tommie Boris HOLLOWAY, 31, of Calgary. HOLLOWAY was taken into custody on Saturday, June 20, 2020, and has also been charged with second-degree murder. He will next appear in court today, Monday, June 22, 2020.

Tommie Boris HOLLOWAY - ARRESTED
Tommie Boris HOLLOWAY – ARRESTED

Police are not seeking any additional suspects in the case.

“This was a truly senseless murder,” says Staff Sergeant Martin Schiavetta of the CPS Homicide Unit. “We are extremely grateful for the public’s assistance in this case, which helped us provide justice to the victim’s family. Our thoughts are with the Herblin family as they continue to grieve this tragic loss.”

BACKGROUND

Calgary Police Looking for Second Suspect in Christophe HERBLIN Homicide

Suspect arrested in homicide of Christophe HERBLIN: Calgary Police Service – UPDATED

Calgary Police seeking people who may have information on the Herblin Homicide

UPDATE: Autopsy of innocent business owner complete, name and photo released: Calgary Police Service

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Calgary Police Service



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