Gros Ventre Boy, 26 is billed with second-diploma murder in the dying past thirty day period of Paul March.
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The guy accused of chasing down and fatally stabbing a Superior Samaritan, who police say tried using to intervene in an altercation, produced a short very first look Monday in provincial court.
Defence counsel Jeanine Zahara instructed Choose Eric Tolppanen that Antoine Joel Gros Ventre Boy is in the course of action of arranging to hire her and co-counsel Andrea Urquhart to characterize him.
“We’re not still retained,” Zahara reported, in inquiring the situation be adjourned a 7 days so that this can be arranged.
“He is owning problems accessing a cellular phone though in custody,” she defined of the hold off.
Gros Ventre Boy, 26, appeared in court by means of shut-circuit Television from the Calgary Remand Centre.
He’s charged with next-diploma murder in the demise last thirty day period of Paul March, who succumbed to his injuries July 3, 3 days after police say he intervened in an altercation among a person and lady in James Quick Park in downtown Calgary.
Law enforcement reported March, 62, was going for walks earlier James Quick Park on 4 Avenue S.W. all-around 7 p.m. on June 30, when he heard an altercation among a gentleman and female inside the park.
“After listening to the girl tell the man to quit hitting her, the sufferer confronted the guy,” police reported in a push release.
“It is believed the suspect then pulled out a knife and threatened the target. When the victim turned to operate, he tripped and fell on to the bumper of a vehicle stopped in the eastbound suppress lane of 5 Avenue by the Centre Street S.W. intersection. The car or truck drove away from the scene,” police said.
“The suspect then caught up to the sufferer and stabbed him.”
At the time, investigators ended up on the lookout to converse to the driver as they might have unknowingly witnessed potential evidence.
Officers also sought the public’s aid as some others may have witnessed appropriate info.
“People could have noticed the altercation and not know that it resulted in these kinds of a really serious and tragic outcome,” explained homicide’s Workers Sgt. Martin Schiavetta. “If you witnessed just about anything in the spot that could be linked to this incident, have sprint-cam footage, or any other facts, please contact us. Even the smallest piece of information and facts can transform out to be the most critical depth we need to have to determine out what happened.”
The accused was arrested Aug. 1.
Gros Ventre Boy, who stays in custody pending any possible bail hearing in Courtroom of Queen’s Bench, will return to courtroom Aug. 23.
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