London police have charged two more people in connection to the shooting death of Bill Horace, the former Liberian rebel leader who was shot and killed in a home invasion in east London last month.
Investigators arrested two women in the greater Toronto area on Tuesday. Tianna Almeida, 22, and Tera Amoatemah, 22, both of North York, have been charged with being an accessory after the fact to the offence of assault with a weapon in relation to the Horace case.
Police did not say what the women are being accused of or how they are connected to the homicide.
Almeida and Amaotemah have been released from custody and are expected to appear in a London court on Sept. 28.
The latest charges come after a Toronto police officer was charged in connection to the case. Const. Trevor Gregory, 46, who was arrested and charged with breach of trust Tuesday.
Gregory is the father of Keiron Gregory, 22, who was charged with second-degree murder in the case on June 25, but remains at large.
Police have not revealed what Trevor Gregory is accused of. He was released from custody Tuesday and has a London court date set for Sept. 29.
Bill Horace was shot and killed following a home invasion at 232 Pochard Lane on the morning of June 21. Police say four men forced their way into a home, attacking and shooting him. When emergency crews arrived on the scene, he was found in front of a neighbour's house.
Horace allegedly served as a rebel commander under Charles Taylor, a former Liberian warlord and convicted war criminal. He fled Liberia and landed in Canada in 2002 where he applied for refugee status but was denied.
All four suspects in the case remain at large. The identity of three suspects has not been released.
Anyone with information is being asked to call London police at 519-661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Information can also be sent in online anonymously to www.londoncrimestoppers.com.