Canada Calgary police officer describes finding bodies of mother and daughter in 2019

00:05  14 october  2021
00:05  14 october  2021 Source:   msn.com

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Calgary police say the mother and daughter lived in a Cranston condo owned by Leeming and their deaths are believed to be the result of domestic violence. Investigators suspect the pair were killed inside the home in in mid-April 2019 , in the days before they were reported missing for failing to arrive at a dinner. Court heard the bodies were discovered buried in shallow graves under branches and mulch near Grizzly Creek off Highway 40, according to prosecutor Doug Taylor. "Four-and-a-half hours after it began, the accused led the undercover officers to the bodies of Jasmine and Aliyah," said

Calgary police have found the bodies of a woman and child, believed to be 25-year-old Jasmine Lovett and her 22-month-old daughter Aliyah Sanderson. The bodies were found on Monday at 4 a.m. about 50 kilometres west of the city in a wooded area in Kananaskis Country near Grizzly Creek More than 50 police officers and officials were involved in an extensive search of an area that spanned Bragg Creek and Priddis in the days that followed the disappearance of the mother and daughter . Staff Sgt. Martin Schiavetta said the man previously identified as the “primary suspect” in the case

CALGARY — A Calgary police officer says he smelled a strong odour of gasoline or solvent before he and a colleague found the bodies of a mother and daughter in a shallow grave southwest of the city two years ago.

  Calgary police officer describes finding bodies of mother and daughter in 2019 © Provided by The Canadian Press

Const. Malcolm May was testifying Wednesday at the second-degree murder trial of Robert Leeming in the death of 22-month-old Aliyah Sanderson.

Leeming pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder in the death of Jasmine Lovett, the girl's mother, but not guilty in the girl's death.

Lovett and her daughter went missing in April 2019, two weeks before she turned 26, and weeks later Leeming told undercover officers the location of their bodies.

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The bodies of the mother and daughter were were found on May 6, 2019 , weeks after their deaths, in a wooded area in Kananaskis Country, a large recreational area west of Calgary . Lovett had been shot and had suffered blunt force head injuries, according to a forensic pathologist. Robert Leeming told reporters in 2019 he owned the townhouse being searched by police , and was a roommate with Jasmine Lovett and her 22-month-old daughter , Aliyah Sanderson. (CBC). Operation Highwood. On April 23, Lovett’s mother reported her daughter and granddaughter’s disappearance to police .

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They were found on May 6, 2019, near Grizzly Creek, a day-use area in Kananaskis Country west of Calgary.

May testified the bodies were wrapped in blankets and had blue plastic bags wrapped around their heads.

"We opened the blanket up to check to see what was inside and we discovered the body of a young child wrapped within this blanket and bag," he said.

"We could see the dark hair, the right ear, the right side of the face, we could see the closed right eye and the top of the nose."

May said the body of an adult female was found moments later.

"We saw that there was an actual body of a deceased person here, a blue plastic bag wrapped around the head," May said.

"Her eye is swollen. There's blood on her face. It looks like the left cheek is also swollen."

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CALGARY — A man admitted to killing a Calgary mother at the beginning of his murder trial "After 4 1/2 hours, the accused led the undercover police officers to the bodies of both Jasmine Lovett and "Their bodies were found buried in shallow graves, under brush, branches and mulch in a wooded Her daughter 's cause of death was blunt force injuries. The trial is proceeding on the sole charge of

The mother and daughter were last seen alive in Cranston on the evening of Tuesday, 16 April. Activity on Lovett’s bank accounts stopped on 18 April. Leeming was arrested a week later and released after being questioned. At the time police said the man they arrested remained the main suspect in Calgary police said on Monday: “At approximately 4am today we located the bodies of a woman and child, believed to be that of Jasmine Lovett and Aliyah Sanderson, in Kananaskis. “A suspect has been taken into custody and charges are pending. The suspect cannot be named by police until charges

May said he did a forensic investigation of Leeming's Mercedes-Benz car but didn't find much other than a blanket in the trunk that was similar to those Lovett and Sanderson were wrapped in.

"I found it surprisingly clean for the time of the year," he said.

Leeming, 36, is a British citizen and told police that he and Lovett had been in a relationship.

Court heard earlier this week that Lovett and Leeming met on a dating app in September 2018. She and her daughter moved in a month later and Lovett and Leeming lived as "boyfriend and girlfriend" even though Lovett paid him expenses and rent.

Leeming and his two victims attended a family gathering just two days before the Crown believes they were murdered.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 13, 2021.

Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press

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