Edmonton’s latest homicide victim died from multiple gunshot wounds: Police

Edmonton’s latest homicide victim, found dead on the sidewalk in north Edmonton earlier this week, died from “multiple gunshot wounds,” autopsy results released Saturday show. 

Enzo Campoli, 52, was discovered by officers outside a house in the Mayliewan neighbourhood near 77 Street and 166 Avenue around 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Police were called to the area after they received multiple calls about potential gunshots.

“Homicide Detectives continue to investigate and urge anyone who has information about the shooting or what led up to the incident, to contact police,” police spokesperson Patrycja Mokrzan said in an email Saturday.

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Detectives released Campoli’s name in an effort to generate tips in the case.

His death is the city’s third homicide of 2019.

The previous homicide was Jan. 5, when 20-year-old Joshua Partridge was found fatally stabbed in a Westmount apartment building. Martin Ronald Damien Grey, 32, is charged with second-degree murder in the death.

The case was Edmonton’s second homicide of the year after police shot and killed Devlin Neyando, 26, outside an apartment near 47 Street and 101A Avenue on Jan. 2.

Edmonton police do not include officer-involved deaths in the force’s homicide count.

There were three homicides in January 2018 and five in January 2017.

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