Const. Travis Wintjes could see a woman waving him down on Adelaide Street as he and his emergency response unit partner drove up to the site of a reported stabbing.
The woman was near a man in a yellow sweatshirt who was on the sidewalk outside of 150 Adelaide St., just south of Hamilton Road. Another man was in the driveway.
The woman was pointing for him to go to the house. As he walked up to it, Wintjes, who was the first witness at Frederick Oag’s manslaughter trial, said he discovered one more man, this one sitting on the stoop facing the front door bent at the waist with his head between his legs and with one arm over the railing.
“Are you OK? Are you OK,” Wintjes said he asked the man, later identified as Shane Sturgess.
Sturgess, 45, was motionless, Wintjes said. His hair, black leather coat and blue jeans were