Police treating weekend death of woman, 81, as a homicide

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Police are now investigating the death of an elderly woman who was already dead when she was taken to the hospital Saturday as a homicide. Maria Desousa, 81, was brought to an unidentified Ottawa hospital at about 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 10. Patrol officers responded to what was originally deemed a suspicious death but police said […]

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