Maskwacis RCMP charge Ermineskin man with mother’s death

Major Crimes South RCMP lay manslaughter charge in 2015 Homicide Investigation

Major Crimes South RCMP have concluded an investigation that began in July of 2015, arresting a suspect and laying charges after a lengthy investigation.

On July 3, 2015 Maskwacis RCMP located Sharon Ermineskin deceased in her residence on the Ermineskin First Nation. Major Crimes South RCMP took carriage of the file and after a lengthy investigation have charged Sharon’s son, Scott Ermineskin, age 25, with Manslaughter and Indignity to Human Remains in relation to her death.

Scott Ermineskin did not speak to bail and is remanded into custody and his first appearance is scheduled for June 27, 2017 at Westaskiwin Provincial Court.

Given that this matter is now before the court, no additional information will be provided.

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