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Death of woman found inside burning Oshawa apartment ruled a homicide
The death of an elderly woman found inside a burning Oshawa apartment on Sunday night has now been deemed a homicide.

Durham Regional Police and Oshawa Fire Services were called to an apartment building on Nonquon Road at around 7:10 p.m. Sunday for a reported fire.

Investigators said Timothy Mooney, 56, is facing second-degree murder charges. Police said he is the son of the victim, now identified as Yvonne Mooney, and that they lived in the same apartment together.

The woman, who is believed to be in her 80s, was taken to a local hospital for treatment but later died.

Elderly woman killed in suspicious fire at Oshawa apartment deemed a homicide: police

The death of an elderly woman found inside an Oshawa apartment building after a fire on Sunday night has been deemed a homicide by police.

Police called the fire suspicious and homicide detectives were called back to the scene to take over the investigation. Mooney was arrested a short time later.

Officers were called to a building located near Simcoe North and Taunton Road East around 7 p.m. for reports of a fire.

Police said a woman was located inside the unit with injuries after firefighters extinguished the fire. She was transported to hospital where she later died.

Police said that when they arrived at the scene, they found an injured woman, who is believed to be in her 80s, inside the apartment.

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In a news release issued Monday, police said that a 56-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident.

Emergency crews responded to a fire at an apartment building on Nonquon Road, near Simcoe Street North and Taunton Road East, just after 7 p.m.

Investigators have not released the victims cause of death or any information regarding the circumstances of the fire.

Durham Regional Police are calling a fire that killed an elderly woman in an Oshawa apartment on Sunday evening a homicide.

The investigation is ongoing and police are asking anyone with information to contact the homicide unit at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 5326/5316 or to reach out to Crime Stoppers anonymously.

A woman and child have been taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after being hit by a suspected impaired driver while in a Brampton driveway this morning.