Victoria man charged with killing wife was ordered to stay away Daniel Blake Penney was charged Tuesday, a day after he was arrested, with the second-degree murder of Caitlin Walton. Walton, 46, was found dead Friday about 5 p.m. She told tenant Mike Herritt, who lives in the basement suite, and he called 911, according to his wife, Carol Herritt. Penney and the two Mounties were taken to hospital to be treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. It was there that Victoria police discovered her body. The Vancouver Island Integrated Major Crime Unit took over the homicide investigation. The conditions stem from a Feb. According to land title documents, Penney and Walton own the homes on Volmer Road and Queens Avenue. She was a leader on the floor, always putting the needs of patients first,” said Island Health spokeswoman Suzanne Germain. They talked more with Penney because he collected the rent. Blake was down to earth and really calm and cool. Herritt described Penney as a nice guy and that she’s never known him to be violent.