Trisheena Simon, 28, died on February 24th in hospital in Calgary. Simon was found early on February 22 in distress outside a bank at 4820 Northland Drive NW. As of yet no arrests have been named, nor has a cause of death been announced by Calgary police.
Police responded to a check on welfare to a Wainwright home on February 24th. When police entered the home at 1206 8 Avenue, they found 31 year old Nichole Clifford dead.
The Major crimes unit of Edmonton has taken over the case.
Police have asked that anyone who may have been out walking or driving in that area between Thursday February 23 in the evening and Friday morning, or anyone with information to contact them at 780-842-4461.
Police have confirmed this is a homicide investigation.
Blood Tribe RCMP made an arrest after a lengthy investigation into the death of Sara-Jean Big Sorrel Horse.
On June 27th 2015, Blood tribe police were called to a home on the reserve where 37 year old Sara-Jean Big Sorrel Horse was found unresponsive. Big Sorrel Horse was rushed to hospital where she was pronounced dead.
On February 3rd 2017 Police arrested Jimmy Bad Man and charged him with manslaughter in the death of Sara-Jean Big Sorrel Horse.
Police said the accused and the victim were known to each other, but did not elaborate on the relationship.
Jordan Pede 24, was found suffering from a gunshot wound in Strathcona Island Park on Dec. 31. Due to the extent of his injuries, Pede was air lifted to Calgary hospital where he died around 11 days later.
Police believe the death of Pede was a transaction gone wrong.
Luke Michael Boxell, 21, of Medicine Hat turned himself in on January 25th. Boxell has been charged with second degree murder.
Police are still searching for a second suspect. Leonard Terrance Robert Beaulieu, is wanted for second degree murder in the death of Pede.
Beaulieu is decribed as 5’10” and 187 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Tattoos, K Money on his left hand, G Team on the right hand, along with bones, a dollar sign, and a skull on his right forearm.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477).