Hassan Isse Ismail charged with second degree murder in the death of Aden Ahmed
Edmonton Police report that Hassan Ismail, a man who police believe is responsible for the stabbing death of 24-year old Aden Ahmed, has turned himself into police.
Scott Pattison of the Edmonton Police says the accused was accompanied by his lawyer as he turned himself in at EPS Headquarters late on Wednesday afternoon.
Ismail was wanted on a Canada wide warrant for second degree murder in connection with the death of Aden Ahmed on Nov. 19, 2012.
“The accused turned himself in on his own accord after meeting with a lawyer, and has yet to cooperate with investigators during the interview process,” stated Staff Sgt. Bill Clark, of the EPS Homicide Section.
Aden Ahmed was stabbed to death last November at a home near 113 Ave and 94 St. He sustained stab wounds during an alleged altercation involving several men.
Hassan Ismail has been charged with second degree murder.
The charges against Hassan Ismail have not been proven in court.