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Canada Life sentence for man who murdered Whitefish Lake teens

13:23  07 november  2017
13:23  07 november  2017 Source:   edmontonjournal.com

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A man who pleaded guilty to killing two teenagers at Whitefish Lake First Nation last year has been sentenced to life in prison.  

Edward Devin Boyce Gladue, who was arrested in the shooting deaths of Dylan Laboucan, 17, and Cory Grey, 19, was given a life sentence at the Peace River courthouse Monday. 

The teenagers, who were boyfriend and girlfriend, were killed July 23, 2016, after returning to the Laboucan home at Whitefish Lake First Nation. Gladue, who was 19 at the time of his arrest, shot both teens and then dumped them in separate locations several kilometres from the home. 

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The teens were returning from a family gathering when Gladue showed up at the house, according to an agreed statement of facts. Gladue shot Laboucan in the chest, striking his heart and lung and causing him to bleed to death. 

Gladue then assaulted and asphyxiated Grey before shooting her in the back at close range. The teenagers’ bodies were discovered by community members several days later in separate locations. Grey’s body was found without clothing from the waist down, the agreed statement of facts said. 

Hundreds turned out to mourn the couple at a gathering in the community the month after the killings. The two were buried side by side at the Whitefish River Cemetery.

Gladue was arrested a few days later and charged with two counts of second-degree murder. 

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At the funeral, friends and family remembered Grey as an animal lover with an infectious laugh, while Laboucan was a talented athlete who graduated at the top of his class. Both had been accepted to study at Northern Lakes College in Slave Lake.

Gladue is eligible to apply for parole after 12 years in the murder of Laboucan, and after 13 years for Grey, a justice ministry spokesperson said in an email. The sentences will run concurrently, meaning he will be eligible to apply for parole after 13 years.

He has also been ordered to give a DNA sample, and is not allowed to own firearms or contact the families of the deceased.

With files from Paige Parsons

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