Husband charged in 2011 murder, 2nd man wanted
Police have charged a Toronto man in the murder of his husband & are looking for a 2nd man in the case.
Allan Lanteigne was found dead in the foyer of his Ossington Ave home in March 2011 with obvious signs of trauma to his body.
Demitry Papasitiriou is charged with 1st degree murder. He was picked up in downtown Toronto Friday.
Police are working with Interpol to track another man in the case. Mladen (Michael) Ivezic is also wanted on a charge of 1st degree murder. Police think he's somewhere in Europe.
Homicide detective Tam Bui would only say Papasitiriou or Ivezic had some business together.
Allan's brother-in-law Don Sterritt was in Toronto as police announced the arrest. Sterritt says to think that it's possible that somebody who was supposed to care for Allan & hyphenated his last name might be involved in his murder is "quite disgusting".
The couple was reportedly estranged at the time of Allan's murder. Police wouldn't confirm that, saying the nature of their relationship is part of case evidence.
Though the couple had been married since 2004, Allan's family in St. John, NB had never met him. Sterritt says Allan told them he didn't think Papasitiriou would fit in. Allan had introduced his family to partners before, but Sterritt says Papasitiriou was the first man Allan had talked about a long term future with.