Burnaby, B.C. The boyfriend of the educational assistant is named, sources say CTV Vancouver.
Jan Poepl, at the age of 31, was charged with a second murder after arresting RCMP on Thursday. Nicole Hasselmann died two weeks ago.
"[Integrated Homicide Investigation Team] She admits that Nicole's family is a very difficult time, she hopes to give up her death and we are ready to give her some answers, "Cpl. Frank Jang said in a statement.
The sources said the relationship with CTV Vancouver Hasselmann had a relationship with Burnaby residents who had accused the same name of the killer. In the past, his boyfriend was one of the real estate.
The researchers said that Hasselmann and his murdered accused knew each other, but they did not confirm how or what measures they had taken.
"The IHIT detectives have constantly worked to secure and collect evidence of payment approval, and the current results could not be without their tired efforts," said Jang.
There was no test date for Poepl for Saturday.
Hasselmann's death details have been received by the rulers.
On November 16, the first answer found a special education assistant at the Vancouver School District after he had been injured by the ditch after his death against Amestoy. Its appearance appeared in 2017 Kia Sorrento was hanging out.
Hasselmann later died in the hospital and the police initially believed that he had just ejected his vehicle during the crash.
But later, the researchers said the wound could be "an indicator that could play". They still do not reveal the official cause of his death.
An unanswered man was also found in the U.S. and came out with the first answer. He expects the authorities to make full recovery.
The Homicide team does not confirm the accused was responsible for the vehicle being a man or a crash.
Hasselmann's friends and colleagues said, at the end of his death, they remembered a good mother and a friend.
Researchers with RCMP require information about the case to call 1-877-551-4448. Anyone who is still anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
CTV with Vancouver's Emad Agahi report