The victim of the fatal home invasion that occurred in northwest Calgary on January 4 has been identified and the death has officially been ruled a homicide, according to a Calgary Police Service (CPS) press release. An autopsy completed January 5 2024, by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, confirmed the identity of the victim as John Wayne Davis, 53. This is Calgary’s first homicide of 2024. Two other people who were injured remain in the hospital in stable and serious condition.CPS responded to a call about a home invasion on Braden Cres. NW at about 9:15 a.m on Thursday. “It has all the hallmarks of being targeted,” said Staff Sgt. Sean Gregson of the CPS homicide unit at the time. He said it was possible there was a shooting but could not confirm, as police continue to investigate. Gregson added it was unclear what the motive of the intruder(s) was. The victims in the invasions are cooperated with police as they conducted the investigation.The attack came 12 hours after another violent home invasion three kms away, where three people were stabbed and hospitalized Wednesday night per reports from the Calgary Sun. Police say there is no evidence so far the events are related. In the Wednesday night attack, CPS was called to the 2800 block of Capitol Hill Crescent NW around 8:50 p.m. after reports of a home invasion, per Calgary Sun. They found three people with stab wounds and other injuries, said acting Staff Sgt. Derek Coffyne. “This does not appear to be a random attack and there’s no threat to the public at large,” he said.The three victims are also being treated at Foothills Medical Centre in serious but stable condition.