Man convicted in Halifax homicide declared dangerous offender

Ricardo Jerrel Whynder one of two people convicted in death of Matthew Sudds in 2013

CBC NewsVernon Ramesar

A man found guilty of manslaughter last year in the 2013 death of Matthew Sudds in Halifax has been declared a dangerous offender.

A jury found Ricardo Jerrel Whynder guilty last May.

His co-accused, Devin Tyson Glasgow, was tried earlier that year on a charge of first-degree murder. A jury convicted him of second-degree murder.

Sudds was killed by a single gunshot wound to the head. His body was found along the side of Africville Road near Bedford Basin in Halifax. 

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CBC NewsVernon Ramesar, Posted: Jul 05, 2024 3:25 PM EDT | Last Updated: 38 minutes ago
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