Woman wanted in northern Alberta shooting turns herself in

February 2, 2009

Woman wanted in northern Alberta shooting turns herself in

EDMONTON — A woman suspected in a shooting on a northern Alberta Metis settlement has turned herself in to police.

Marina Smith, 19, walked into the Elk Point RCMP detachment around 2 p.m. Monday and was arrested without incident….(Full Story Sorry, but that link no longer functions, the article does no appear to be accessible at any other address.)

February 1, 2009

Elk Point RCMP issue warrant for suspect in attempted murder

By Journal Staff

EDMONTON — RCMP in Elk Point are searching for a woman wanted in connection to a shooting early Sunday morning that sent one person to hospital.

An argument between two women began late Saturday night, police said. The suspect returned to the scene at about 2 a.m. with a gun, and shot several times at the occupants of the home on the Fishing Lake Metis Settlement. At the time, there were three children inside, but none were injured in the shooting….(Full Story)

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