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on November 11.
by Isabella Sellar Voll Harrison's attorney addressed the court and charges laid while he was still a youth. The crown
requested the case be held over or two months. presented Patterson's five page youth record as MATS & COVERALL
The crown prosecutor agreed with the exhibit one.
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Judge Donald Norheim consented to the “longer
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on December 1 with regards to a firearms offence release.”
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Parkinson is one of the persons charged with the
window murder of Patrick Whidden near Peers last new leaf.”
December. He has been remanded into custody
Patterson was sentenced to six months for the
fashions awaiting his April 6 preliminary hearing. charge of theft, granted 48 days credit for time
served, and four months for the possession charges
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November 2 issued for Bailey. triple homicide is (ASIRT) has a mandate
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investigation into the
t o e f f e c t i v e l y ,
November 23 RCMP attended the ongoing however Supt. independently, and
objectively investigate
location, which was in
Steinke said, “This
December 14 “close vicinity to the i n v e s t i g a t i o n w a s incidents involving
Alberta's police that
murder scene,” with the
resolved in such short
warrant to arrest Mickell order in large part have resulted in serious
Clayton Bailey, age 19 of because local citizens injury or death to any * Furnace Replacement
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female, and second Incident Response Team Parades are
degree murder in the exciting to
death of Daniel Miller. watch, with
No additional charges
are expected to be laid at S. McLean all the lights
this time. and music. If
Attempts to arrest the you want to
suspect peacefully failed CONTRACTING be watching
and Bailey sustained from a particular spot, be sure to arrive early.
serious injuries when he Ensure everyone in your group has a clear
was shot by police. GRAVEL SALES vision, so young children do not need to jump in
Bailey was armed at the
t i m e . H e w a s order to see the floats they may slip and fall.
transported to hospital in Keep an eye on children not to run into the street
3/4”, 1”, 1 ½” & 2”
Edmonton for treatment 3/4”, 1”, 1 ½” & 2” they might be hurt by passing entertainers or a
of his injuries. No other float that may not see them, or the street is icy
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persons were injured. gravel for sale and they may not be able to stop. Ensure
Inspector Glavin said, children are dressed in layers for cooler
“We believe this was a temperatures this time of year. As a parent let
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sole person acting Also riprap & pitrun
alone.” RCMP are not the inner child in you shine as well, It is a
searching for any beautiful time of year so let the children hear you
additional suspects. cheer.
Glavin said the RCMP
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have an understanding of Residential and Recognition from Early Childhood Matters goes
the motive but that out to everyone that took the time to put a float
information will not be in this years Christmas Parade. They are a lot of
farmer discounts
released at this time as it farmer discounts
is considered key work, so thank you all for lifting the community
evidence, “I will, spirit this time of year. Children of all ages love
however, say that the watching parades, even the adults.
accused was known to Call Derek 780-300-4868
the people in the
residence.” Email:
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