Mississauga man still wanted in murder case [Fashionable]5/17/2013 9:32:08 AM
Mississauga man still wanted in murder case When Dan Sterritt thinks of his murdered brother-in-law Allan Lanteigne, he immediately pictures him chasing his nieces and nephews with a water gun. Lanteigne, 49, an accounting clerk at the University of Toronto, was found dead inside his Ossington Ave. home on March 3, 2011, with obvious signs of trauma. A business associate of Papasotiriou Mladen Ivezic, 52, of Mississauga, is wanted for first-degree murder and is believed to be somewhere in Europe, police said. remember the first time we met, he bought me a Christmas present, a nice suit, said Sterritt, laughing. told me I could use the fashion sense. Tam Bui of the homicide squad said Papasotiriou was in Switzerland studying for his doctorate in law at the time of the murder. Bui would not reveal any further details of Papasotiriou relationship with Ivezic. Papasotiriou, who owned the house Lanteigne lived in, has been suspended by the Law Society of Upper Canada for four months as of Sept. 10 for engaging in professional misconduct in relation to shoddy mortgage transactions with clients. who operates Health Sonix Inc., has had his company barred from trading by the Ontario Securities Commission. call them business associates for now, said Bui, adding Ivezic would a co-conspirator and labelLing the murder as a homicide. said Lanteigne and Papasotiriou relationship had been for some time and they were estranged for at least a couple of years before the murder. The two had married in 2004, just months after meeting each other. Papasotiriou never returned for his Lanteigne funeral. Sterritt said he been in touch with Papasotiriou following the murder and things were fine at first, they discussed gathering Lanteigne belongings. he started making demands on us for information, said Sterritt, explaining once Papasotiriou requested information regarding Lanteigne parents, he stopped talking with him.