Two suspects have been arrested in connection to Saskatoon's second homicide of the year.

Michael Robertson and Nicole Paddy were arrested and taken into custody early Friday morning at an east side location, police said in a media release.

The pair were wanted on Canada-wide arrest warrants in the death of 42-year-old Rocky Genereaux.

Genereaux was found March 12 with serious injuries at a home in the 400 block of Avenue I South. He died a short time later in hospital.

Patrol and canine officers arrested Robertson, who is a known member of a Saskatoon street gang, and Paddy with help from the police plane.

A man wanted for questioning in connection with the homicide investigation as well as for breaching parole was also arrested Friday morning, police said. Corey Campeau, 38, was arrested in the city’s Brevoort Park neighbourhood.

Corey Paddy, 21, is still wanted for questioning, police said.

Both Robertson and Nicole Paddy are scheduled to appear before a Justice of the Peace Friday.