(Red Deer Advocate file photo)
Sentencing delayed in the stabbing death of Samantha Sharpe, of Sunchild First Nation. (Red Deer Advocate file photo)

(Red Deer Advocate file photo) Sentencing delayed in the stabbing death of Samantha Sharpe, of Sunchild First Nation. (Red Deer Advocate file photo)

Sentencing delayed in central Alberta homicide

Sentencing adjourned to March

Sentencing has been delayed for the woman who pleaded guilty in the stabbing death of a Sunchild First Nation resident in 2018.

Sentencing for Chelsey Lagrelle, of Sunchild, was set for Friday in Red Deer provincial court, but the court heard there were issues with transferring Lagrelle due to the pandemic.

The sentencing hearing was adjourned to March 2 and is scheduled to last the entire day.

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Murder charges laid against woman from the Sunchild First Nation

Updated: Sentencing delayed for woman who fatally stabbed Samantha Sharpe on Sunchild First Nation in 2018

Lagrelle was charged in the death Samantha Sharpe, 25, whose body was found in a residence on the reserve northwest of Rocky Mountain House in the early hours of Dec. 12, 2018.

Lagrelle, who was 23 at the time of the crime, pleaded guilty to manslaughter.



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