Canada Sentencing arguments for Calgary man who ran down and killed his wife with a U-Haul

04:11  27 july  2022
04:11  27 july  2022 Source:   msn.com

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CALGARY — A Calgary judge has reserved his decision on a sentence for a man who deliberately drove over his wife with a U-Haul during an argument and left her to die alone on a snow-covered street.

  Sentencing arguments for Calgary man who ran down and killed his wife with a U-Haul © Provided by The Canadian Press

Ronald Candaele was convicted of second-degree murder a year ago in the 2020 killing of Melissa Rae Blommaert.

Candaele is already facing a life sentence, but a Crown lawyer says he wants him in custody for 18 years before he's eligible for parole because of a long, terrible cycle of domestic violence.

His lawyer argued the parole eligibility should be in the 10-year range.

Candaele reported his wife missing, but court heard she got out of the vehicle during a fight and, as she stormed away, he drove the vehicle into his wife, turned around and drove past her as she lay dying in the street.

Justice Blair Nixon is to deliver his sentence Aug. 31.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published July 26, 2022.

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