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CanadaMan charged with murder after woman found dead near Sask. First Nation

23:11  07 july  2019
23:11  07 july  2019 Source:   thestarphoenix.com

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Man charged with murder after woman found dead near Sask. First Nation RCMP responded to the scene

RCMP have laid a murder charge following the death of a 33-year-old woman over the weekend.

Officers from the Rosthern RCMP detachment responded to a call about a vehicle found damaged early Saturday morning in a wooded area near the Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation, located about 90 kilometres northeast of Saskatoon, near the community of Duck Lake, Sask.

Police arrived to find a green minivan with minor damage to its front end, according to an RCMP update issued just after noon Sunday.

A 25-year-old man was found in the driver’s seat and the woman, later identified as Jessica Cameron, was found in the passenger seat.

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Cameron was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics, according to police.

Jamie Smallchild, 25, was charged with second-degree murder after officers noted discrepancies between the injuries suffered by the people in the minivan and the damage to the vehicle.

Police said Smallchild and Cameron were known to be in a domestic relationship.

Smallchild was scheduled to appear Monday morning in Saskatoon Provincial Court.

Chief and council appeal for witnesses to come forward

Band leadership on the Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation put out a call for information on Saturday afternoon following Cameron’s death.

An initial statement posted to the First Nation’s website and Facebook page reported Cameron had died without getting into detail about what happened.

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The message went on to say that members of the band council had been in touch with RCMP and that police were investigating.

A followup message attributed to band councillor Kevin Seeseequasis in co-operation with RCMP was posted Saturday evening.

In the note, Seeseequasis indicated  RCMP had told him they were having difficulty getting witnesses to co-operate.

Seeseequasis quoted RCMP sergeant Dan Donison of the RCMP Major Crimes Unit as saying the following:

“We recognize this is an tragic situation for the community – everyone I’ve spoken to had nothing but kind words to say about Miss. Cameron. I understand that trust is important in a situation like this, and that some people are worrisome of the RCMP. But this was a mom, a sister, someone’s daughter, and it is critical that we have as much information as possible to help us conclude our investigation.”

Members of the First Nation were asked to keep social media postings and speculation about Cameron’s death to a minimum.

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