McArthur now charged with 6 murders


In light of the recent allegations surrounding suspected serial killer Bruce McArthur, The New York Post released a feature that compared the Toronto Gay Village murders to Stephen King's "The Lawnmower Man", and the similarities are uncanny.

McArthur is now facing six charges of first-degree murder.

Navaratnam, 40, went missing in September, 2010, and was the focus of a police investigation called Project Houston.

Police say they believe there are still more victims as yet unidentified.

The identities were confirmed using dental records, according to Idsinga.

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McArthur, 66, had earlier been charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the cases of Andrew Kinsman, Selim Esen, Majeed Kayhan, Soroush Mahmudi and Dean Lisowick.

McArthur, a self-employed landscaper, was arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman on January 18, following a months-long probe into missing persons cases of missing men from the city's Church-Wellesley Village.

Idsinga said DNA analyses on the remains of three other people found in the planters are ongoing. When detectives arrive at the scene to investigate, they discover the victim's remains in a bird bath and scattered all over the freshly cut grass in the backyard.

Police have described the disappearances as the work of a serial killer. He said he expects the homicide team will be at the Thorncliffe Park Drive apartment of McArthur for as long as another month.

Idsinga added that all the evidence unearthed so far indicates that McArthur acted alone in his alleged crimes.