Two more charged in 2017 murder of Warburg man
RCMP investigating a suspicious death in Warburg, Alberta, on Monday, January 30, 2017.
Laine Mitchell, CTV Edmonton
Published Monday, September 24, 2018 2:22PM MDT
Two Edmonton residents have been charged in connection with the murder of a man in a small hamlet southwest of the city last year.
On Jan. 29, 2017 Christopher O’Reilly, 36, was found injured in the village of Warburg and was transported to a hospital in Leduc where he later died. An autopsy concluded his death was a homicide.
RCMP issued an arrest warrant on Feb. 2, 2017 for 29-year-old Gerald Krahn, and he was arrested two days later in north Edmonton.
Kranh was senteced to manslaughter on August 3.
Thorsby RCMP and Major Crimes Unit have now charged Candice Hunt, 33, and James Wigmore, 36, both of Edmonton, in connection with the death of O’Reilly.They were arrested Sept. 21.
Hunt is facing three charges for manslaughter, robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Wigmore is facing one count of conspiracy to commit robbery.
Both have been taken into custody and will appear in Edmonton Provincial Court on Sept. 27.
Warburg is approximately 92 kilometres southwest of Edmonton.