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Saskatchewan teen faces first-degree murder charge in connection with Air Ronge woman’s death

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The Saskatchewan RCMP main crimes unit have arrested a teen and charged him with first-degree murder after a girl was discovered lifeless on Saturday.

The sufferer has been recognized as 46-year-old Jennifer Hendry of Air Ronge, Sask.

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Right now, investigators don’t consider the accused and sufferer knew one another.

The teenager, who can’t be named underneath the Youth Legal Justice Act, can also be going through a theft cost.

He has appeared in La Ronge Provincial Court docket and has been remanded into custody till his subsequent court docket look on Jan. 27.

The teenager is from the La Ronge RCMP detachment space.

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“Info obtained from group members was pivotal to this investigation,” mentioned Insp. Joshua Graham of the Saskatchewan RCMP main crimes unit.

“This incident has left Jennifer’s family members — and the Air Ronge space — grieving. We’re grateful the group was prepared to help our investigators, who’ve been working tirelessly on this case and have now arrested and charged the individual believed to be accountable.”

A person who appeared in a photograph and video launched by RCMP on Monday to help within the investigation has been recognized.


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