Byron Carr was last seen alive at approximately 3:00 am, Friday November 11th. 1988, which was the beginning of a long Remembrance Day week- end. He was found dead in the bedroom of his home, 24 Lapthorn Avenue, Charlottetown, 31 hours later.
Time of death was determined to be between 3:00 and 9:00 am, November 11th. Evidence at the scene indicated his death followed a sexual encounter with another male. Carr was strangled, stabbed and the killer left a note saying; "I WILL KILL AGAIN!"
A witness reportedly saw Carr parked talking to a man on a bicycle at Prince and Richmond Streets. Carr pulls away, driving north up Prince Street in the direction of his house. The man on the bike appears to follow. This is the last known sighting of Carr alive. Police believe the cyclist may be his killer.
Carr, a 36-year-old gay teacher who tried to keep his sexuality a secret, was known to cruise the Queen Square area of Charlottetown, a place where other gay men commonly frequented. In the early hours of Friday, Nov. 11, 1988, Carr dropped off a friend in the city's downtown area. He was last seen Friday between 3:30 a.m. and 4 a.m. driving a white Ford Tempo west on Sydney Street approaching Great George Street. Next day Saturday, at 2:30 a.m., residents in his area reported hearing Carr's dog barking, which wasn't common, and a vehicle leaving the area at a high rate of speed.
Police believe the murderer and a second man returned to the house, and this is what the dog was barking at. It was at this time, they believe, the message "I will Kill Again" was written on the wall and Carr was stabbed with a long-handled kitchen knife. Police believe the two men were looking to retrieve items from the house that might identify the killer. A pair of socks was left behind in the kitchen garbage.
Concerned that Carr has not appeared at a family function, relatives went to the house. They find the kitchen door ajar and the dog in his kennel. Carr's body is discovered in his bedroom at 11a.m.
Investigators are interested in speaking to anyone who may have been on city streets at that time. Anyone with any information regarding this crime, no matter how insignificant it may seem, is asked to call the CCPD Hot Line 1 877 566-3952 or PEI Crime Stoppers 1 800 222 TIPS.
You will remain anonymous and Crime Stoppers will pay an award of $2000 to anyone who provides information that will lead to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for the murder of Byron Carr. If anyone has information they are asked to Call the Charlottetown Police, Crime Stoppers or the Byron Carr Hotline 1-887-566-3952.
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The youngest of seven siblings, Williams grew up in Beach Point, located 30 Kms southeast of Montague. She eventually moved to Hamilton, Ontario, but she would come home to PEI every summer to visit her family.
Police say she disappeared during one of her annual trips home and was never seen or heard from again.
Williams' family has teamed up with a retiring RCMP officer in the hopes of finding new information that could help solve one of Prince Edward Island's oldest cold cases.
"We know that time is not on our side, and that anyone who knows what happened to Eileen may not be around much longer," said her family in a statement.
"We want people to know that Eileen was a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a cousin and a friend. Not a day goes by that we don't think about her."
According to a statement from her family, Williams' sister-in-law, Pearle, drove her to Montague and dropped her off at the post office on August 6, 1962.
They also say Williams had planned to do some errands and visit some friends from high school. She told Pearle that she would return to Beach Point if she didn't end up staying with her friends.
When Williams failed to return home that night, her family assumed she had stayed with her friends.
However, they grew worried when she failed to return home the next day, and they started to look for her.
They reported her missing to the Montague RCMP the following day and an investigation was launched.
Eileen Faye Williams was last seen on August 6, 1962 outside Montague, on the road that leads to Murray River and Beach Point, around 7 p.m. Her family believes she may have been trying to hitchhike back home to Beach Point.
Investigators note that Williams' return plane ticket to Hamilton was never used and her bank account remained untouched for several years, until it was turned over to her surviving relatives.
"Williams's mother passed away the following year. Some say of a broken heart," said her family.
"Her father followed two years later. They never got the answers for what happened to their daughter."
Williams disappearance is considered suspicious, but no arrests have ever been made.
Williams' family is urging anyone who has information about her disappearance to contact police. "Our hope is still that she will be found, and that we will have the answers her whole family has been waiting sixty years for," they said.
Anyone who may have information regarding the disappearance of Eileen Faye Williams is asked to contact the PEI RCMP Major Crime Unit at 902-566-7112. Information can also be provided anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
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Steven was seen leaving the Myron's nightclub on Richmond Street at around 1:30 A.M. A female friend recalled him being intoxicated.
Steven O'Brien was last seen walking south on Queen Street in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, around 01:30 am on March 20, 1993. He was attending the Holland College Culinary Institute when he disappeared. The family believes if O'Brien left P.E.I., he may be in or near Toronto.
Missing Since: March 20, 1993
Location Last Seen: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Date of Birth: May 14, 1974
Weight: 140 lbs.
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Wears wire framed prescription glasses.
Clothing: White t-shirt, jeans and a burgundy winter jacket.
Agency Name: Charolettetown City Police
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 902-566-4455
Agency Case Number: N/A