Fort Saskatchewan RCMP investigate death of one-year-old boy
Fort Saskatchewan RCMP have a called a news conference Monday afternoon to speak about their investigation into the death of one-year-old Ares Starrett. Fort Saskatchewan RCMP have a called a news conference Monday afternoon to speak about their investigation into the death Police are investigating the death of an infant that happened on Saturday, RCMP said in a media release early Monday afternoon. The investigation has resulted in charges being laid by the RCMP Major Crimes Unit. READ MORE: Victim identified in fatal Fort Saskatchewan pedestrian collision Insp.
Arrest made in connection with death of Cassidy Bernard . Bernard was found dead on We’koqma’q First Nation on Oct. 24, 2018 . The investigation has resulted in charges being laid by the RCMP Major Crimes Unit. READ MORE: Victim identified in fatal Fort Saskatchewan pedestrian collision Insp.
© Cassidy Bernard /Facebook A Nova Scotia First Nation is offering a reward of 0,000 for information related to the death of Cassidy RCMP have called Bernard ' s death suspicious, but no arrests have been made . 35 Views. Six people face charges in connection with Saint John shootings
Nova Scotia RCMP are expected to announce charges in the death of a Nova Scotia Indigenous woman from the We’koqma’q First Nation.
RCMP have issued an advisory saying they will provide an update Tuesday on the death of a 22-year-old woman that was reported on Oct. 24, 2018.
The statement doesn't name Cassidy Bernard, however the woman's body was found on that date in her home on the Cape Breton reserve.
Her twin five-and-a-half months old girls were found suffering from dehydration in a crib next to their mother.
‘His life has been threatened’: Fort Saskatchewan man charged in baby son’s death requests transfer
Damien Christopher Starrett wanted to be transferred from the Edmonton Remand Centre to the Fort Saskatchewan facility. The judge said that decision is not up to him and moved proceedings on. READ MORE: Fort Saskatchewan man charged with second-degree murder in one-year-old son’s death At 6:43 p.m. Saturday, RCMP and EMS responded to a 911 call of a one-year-old boy who was in medical distress. Insp. Mike McCauley with the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP said the boy was taken to hospital with serious injuries where he was pronounced dead. Global News has learned the victim is one-year-old Ares Starrett.
RCMP are planning to make an announcement Tuesday in relation to the death of Cassidy Bernard , who was found dead in her home on We'koqma'q In the weeks following Bernard ' s death , the chief and council said in a statement her "murder has devastated her children, her family, our community
Cassidy Bernard was found dead inside her home on We’koqma’q First Nation on Oct. Updated: December 6, 2018 2:56 pm. Death of 22-year-old woman on We’koqma’q First Nation not believed to be random: N . S . RCMP . + Police are renewing calls for information into the suspicious death of a
UPDATED: Global News has confirmed that an arrest has been made in the death of Cassidy Bernard.
Nova Scotia RCMP have not confirmed the arrest, but they will hold a press conference tomorrow on We’koqma’q First Nation.
— Graeme Benjamin (@GlobalGraeme)
The Mounties wouldn't confirm that an arrest has been made in the case, and to date they've said little about it, except that they believe Bernard's death wasn't a random act and their investigation could take a long time.
Global News has confirmed that an arrest has been made in connection with Bernard's death.
Bernard’s death sparked an outpouring of grief and concern in the community, with the band council eventually offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
Family members and people from the community took their concerns to Premier Stephen McNeil and staged protests at the Canso Causeway, the Nova Scotia legislature, and most recently on a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway going through the small Mi’kmaq community.
The update is scheduled for the Waycobah First Nation Community Hall at 11 a.m.
With files from The Canadian Press and Graeme Benjamin
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