The police, who believed she killed Burnaby's woman last month, was charged with second-degree murder.
The 34-year-old resident of Burnaby was injured and was lying on a vehicle blocked eight kilometers in a neighboring street on Barnet Street on November 16. The driver of the vehicle was taken to the hospital where she later died of her wound.
The driver survived his injuries.
First, the investigators thought that her injuries caused accidents, but later found that this was a wrong game. Police officers with a group to investigate the integrated murder were invited to take up the investigation.
Today (Friday) the police announced that they were arrested by Jan Poepla, 31. Poepl was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of Hasselmann, according to a IHIT media press release.
Hasselmann, who also went to Nicole Porciello, worked as a student support worker at Templeton High School in Vancouver.
The police have not yet said whether the defendant is the same person who had driven the vehicle on the night before November 16.