TORONTO — A 53-year-old Mississauga, Ont., man wanted for first-degree murder in the death of a University of Toronto accounting clerk was arrested in Athens, Greece, Tuesday.
Mladen Ivezic, also known as Michael, was arrested with help from Interpol and Athens police.
Allan Lanteigne, 49, was found dead in his Toronto home on March 3, 2011.
Police said he suffered obvious signs of trauma, but they have yet to reveal the cause or time of death.
Lanteigne was last seen walking home from his job at the university a day earlier and he was found face down in the foyer of his home — a house owned by his estranged husband, Demitry Papasotiriou.
Papasotiriou, 32, was arrested on Nov. 2, 2012, and charged with first-degree murder, even though he was in Switzerland when Lanteigne was killed, according to cops.
After charging Papasotiriou, police issued a warrant for the arrest of his "business partner" Ivezic, alleging he was a co-conspirator in the suspected domestic homicide.