Popular graphic designer stabbed to death on Toronto street


Jay Tripper (also known as Jeffrey Parker), a popular graphic artist of 35 years, was fatally stabbed in downtown Toronto on Thursday afternoon.

CTV reports: "Jeffrey Parker, also known as Jay Parker or Jay Tripper, was found by rescuers at a residence on George Street, near Gerrard and Jarvis Streets, around 4.10 pm. suffering from obvious trauma. He was rushed to the St. Michael's hospital in a life-threatening condition, but he succumbed to injuries a few hours later. Friends of Parker said he was a graphic artist who worked primarily with the electronic music community. He was described as kind, sociable and extroverted – someone who would do anything to help facilitate friendships. "

The Toronto City News reports: "A 22-year-old man, Tyler Reynolds, was located in a nearby fast food restaurant, suffering minor injuries. He was arrested and charged with murder in the second degree. He is scheduled to appear in court next week. Police say Parker and Reynolds were known for each other, but did not specify the nature of their relationship. "

The friends of a GoFundMe were created to help help their partner get out of the house where they lived: "We were shocked, shocked. Jay Tripper, Jeff Parker left our cruel world without warning for no reason. We urge you to donate to help your partner Kevin cover the pain-free costs of that cursed home in George St that claimed two loved ones last year. We need a company to clean, pack and transfer Kevin and Jay's belongings and to cover storage costs while we're sorry. Jay made a wonderful art, let's preserve it.

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