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Police arrest suspect facing murder charge in Newmarket stabbing

John Jansen, 38, was wanted on a charge of first-degree murder after a double stabbing one week ago.

Police have arrested a man sought in a fatal stabbing last week in Newmarket, north of Toronto.
   
South Simcoe police say a suspect was located Wednesday in an apartment in nearby Bradford in a combined operation with York region police.
   
John Jansen, 38, was wanted on a charge of first-degree murder after a double stabbing one week ago. The Bradford resident will appear in court Thursday.
   
York region police say 65-year-old Ronidy Roseborough, of Newmarket, died from wounds sustained in the stabbing, while a second male was hospitalized.
   
Investigators say a female also in the apartment has been arrested and ``will be investigated.''
   
They have said witnesses reported that a total of three suspects may have fled the scene in a dark-coloured SUV after the incident.

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