Calgary police ask public for help with their investigation into fatal September assault
The victim, 30-year-old Trevor Jordan Lomond, died as a result of his injuries Sept. 21, 2016
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A September 2015 assault in the city’s southwest has turned fatal and is now being investigated by the Calgary police as a homicide.
On Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016 around 11 p.m., police were called to a residence in the 1600 block of 42 Street SW, for reports of an unconscious man. When police arrived they found a man in life-threatening condition and transported to
On Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2016, the victim succumbed to his injuries, prompting the CPS homicide unit to take over the investigation.
The victim is identified as Trevor Jordan Lomond, 33, of Calgary.
Investigators believe the public may have more information about the events that unfolded in September.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact CPS by calling 403-266-1234, or the Homicide Unit Tip Line at 403-428-8877, or anonymously through Crime Stoppers.
Below is a statement from the victim's mother, Sherry Duperre, provided to media through the Calgary Police Service:
Today marks the four month period of when my son Trevor Lomond was rushed to the Foothills Hospital emergency in critical condition.
One week later Trevor would succumb to those injuries. He was seriously assaulted and was unconscious. I know he was assaulted because of some things I have been told by some people reaching out to me with regards to information.
I have a hard time comprehending why or most importantly how someone could hurt another person with no regards to the outcome, or human life.
Anyone who knew Trevor would know that he had a beautiful soft heart. A heart of gold as I always told him. He made friends easily, and could strike up a conversation with anyone. He was always there to help. He was funny, smart and full of love. Trevor was a very honest person who would always help out his friends if he could. He was also a father of two beautiful children Rachel and Jordan.
I know all of this because I raised him. I am his mother, and his friend. Trevor and I spoke everyday on the phone – most days we would speak three or four times. He never went to bed without calling or texting to say goodnight.
Only someone who has lost a child can understand the grief. That grief is magnified when a life is lost at the hands of vicious attack. You are left in shock and disbelief. My family’s world has changed, never to be the same again. Pieces of my family and Trevor’s children that will never be put back in place.
I know there are people out there who know something. I’m asking you to please come forward to the police with any information that you may have so that my family and Trevor’s children can find closure for Trevor’s death.
I do have a thank you for the person that called 911 that night. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for making that phone call. It gave me a week with my son, it gave my family and Trevor’s children time to say goodbye.