Eddy Nakasenh-Bandasak : “Murder Suspect Found in Missing Person Case”

Calgary police constable, Const. Lesley Wallace, found herself in a surprising turn of events during a missing person investigation that led to a murder arrest. The incident unfolded on the morning of Sept. 23, 2020, when Wallace visited a residence in Calgary’s southwest, far from a recent homicide scene, to search for a missing male with potential mental health issues.

As Wallace and two other officers approached the Patterson Hill S.W. home, they encountered a male in the yard wearing a ball cap, sunglasses, and a COVID mask. Initially reluctant to provide identification, the individual, later identified as Eddy Nakasenh-Bandasak, eventually complied. His driver’s licence revealed a hyphenated last name that caught Wallace’s attention.

After the individual left, Wallace recalled a police bulletin about an individual named Eddy with a hyphenated surname being sought in connection with a fatal stabbing in the city’s southeast. This realization raised suspicions among the officers, leading to Nakasenh-Bandasak’s arrest.

Nakasenh-Bandasak is facing second-degree murder charges in the stabbing death of his roommate, Ismail Charanek, on Sept. 22, 2020. Despite pleading not guilty, his arrest is now being questioned by his defence counsel, Mary Stephensen, who aims to challenge the validity of the arrest and the admissibility of any subsequent statements made by Nakasenh-Bandasak.

The trial, presided over by Justice Nancy Dilts without a jury, continues with further examination and testimonies. The case highlights the intricate details and legal procedures involved in criminal investigations and court proceedings, emphasizing the importance of thorough police work and legal representation in such matters.

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