A 41-year old woman has been formally charged with second-degree murder in connection with Friday’s homicide investigation in Cambridge.
Waterloo Regional Police say the 22-year old victim suffered multiple stab wounds, based on a post-mortem examination.
A family member has identified her to 570 NEWS as Kayla Duff of Cambridge.
The suspect in the case made her first court appearance on Monday.
Police were called to a suspicious death Friday morning, which took police to a home on Queen Street.
Police say the victim and accused were known to each other, and there’s no threat to public safety.
A memorial is planned for Wednesday at Riverside Park, while a GoFundMe page is raising funds for the victim’s family.
Woman formally charged in Cambridge homicide; victim identified (update)
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