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City's 2012 homicide count hits 30

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The city’s homicide count has reached 30 after a woman stabbed on Dec. 2 died recently of her injuries.

Police say Samantha Cherish Anderson, 24, was rushed to hospital after an assault in a home in the 400 block of Boyd Avenue around 2 a.m. on Dec. 2.

Police say Shayla Elyshia June Woodford, 21, originally charged with assault, now faces a murder charge.

A 17-year-old girl was also hurt in the confrontation and sustained minor injuries.

Winnipeg homicides, 2012

This map shows the locations of homicides in Winnipeg in 2012. 

Green icons indicate cases that are solved -- that is, a suspect has been charged, or no charges apply. Red icons indicate unsolved cases.

Use the controls at left to zoom in and out on the map, and click and drag to move around the map. 

Click on any icon for more details on the case.

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