Dellen Millard Wikipedia, Dellen Millard Biography

Dellen Millard Wikipedia: Dellen Millard was born on August 30, 1985, to Wayne Millard and MadeleineBurns. Wayne was a pilot who had worked at both Air Canada and Millardair, an aviation firm founded by his father, Carl. Burns was a flight attendant at Air Canada when they met.

Dellen Millard grew up in Toronto, the only child of his wealthy parents. Millard owned several properties in the Toronto area, including a $1.2 million home in Etobicoke, a $500,000 condominium in an unspecified location, a $2 million residential rental property, and an $850,000 hundred-acre farm in Ayr. In May 2013, Dellen Millard finalized the purchase of a $627,000 condo in Toronto’s Distillery District.

Dellen Millard Murder of Tim Bosma

32-year-old Tim Bosma was a Canadian citizen from Ancaster, a small community within the city of Hamilton, Ontario. Bosma had not previously known either Dellen Millard or Smich. The pair contacted him by phone to arrange a test drive of a pickup truck he had been selling. Dellen Millard and Smich arrived on foot for the test drive just after 9:20 pm on May 6, 2013. They told Bosma’s wife Sharlene they had been dropped off by a friend. Bosma told his wife he would be right back, but none of the three men ever returned. After several hours, Sharlene contacted police to report him missing.

The Hamilton Police Service (HPS) treated the case as “a missing persons investigation with unusual circumstances”. They conducted a ground search of the area around Bosma’s home with the assistance of a canine unit and local search and rescue and held a press briefing on May 7. Police quickly discovered that the phone used to contact Bosma had been a burner phone. On May 9, Bosma’s deactivated cell phone was found in an industrial area on the west side of nearby Brantford, Ontario.

Using the call records from the burner phone, police discovered that the men had arranged two other test drives in similar vehicles in the days preceding Bosma’s murder. The two failed to arrive on time for the first, so it never occurred. The pair took the second vehicle on a test drive in Toronto on May 5. The men from that test drive matched the descriptions of the pair who had left with Bosma. One of the men carried a small satchel bag and had a tattoo on his wrist of the word “ambition” inside a box, a detail the police released to the public hoping for an identification.

On May 10, police from Peel and Toronto advised HPS about a Toronto man named Dellen Millard who was known to carry a satchel bag and had an “ambition” tattoo on his wrist. On May 11, Dellen Millard was arrested. On May 12, Bosma’s truck was found inside a trailer in the driveway of Madeleine Burns, Dellen Millard‘s mother. The trailer was registered to Millardair.

Police confirmed that Bosma was deceased on May 14. Burned remains believed to be his had been located inside an incinerator on Dellen Millard‘s farm in Ayr.

Following approximately a week of surveillance, Smich was arrested on May 22.

Dellen Millard Trial

During the test drive, Bosma was shot and killed. In court, Smich contended that he was actually in a separate vehicle following behind Bosma and Dellen Millard, and was not present for the shooting. The Crown contended that both Smich and Dellen Millard were in the vehicle and participated in the killing. On June 17, 2016, the two men were convicted of first-degree murder in Bosma’s killing and were sentenced to life in prison, with no parole eligibility for 25 years.

Dellen Millard Murder of Laura Babcock

In December 2017, Dellen Millard and Smich were convicted of the murder of Laura Babcock, who was last seen alive in July 2012. Her remains have never been recovered. Dellen Millard and Smich were again sentenced to life in prison, with the parole ineligibility period to be served consecutively with the previous sentence, meaning that they will not be released prior to 2063.

Dellen Millard Murder of Wayne Millard

On November 29, 2012, Dellen Millard‘s father, Wayne Millard, was found dead with a gunshot through the left eye. Wayne’s death was initially ruled as a suicide. It was later found out that Dellen and Wayne had disagreements over the family business. After the murders of Bosma and Babcock, police looked back into Wayne’s death. Dellen was charged individually with the death of his father.

Dellen Millard Trial

During the trial which started in June 2018, by judge alone, Dellen did not testify; his lawyer insisted that the death was by suicide and that the Crown did not prove any motive. Evidence presented by the Crown included the fact that Dellen had purchased the murder weapon and that his cell phone had been at his father’s home around 1 a.m. that night and stayed until shortly after 6 a.m. On September 24, 2018, Dellen Millard was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Wayne Millard. Justice Maureen Forestell read the reasons for judgment over 90 minutes, including this statement: “I am satisfied that Dellen Millard killed his father by shooting him in the left eye as he slept. I can find no theory consistent with innocence”.

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