A man accused in a bombing death told police he felt sick when they told him he was being charged with the murder of a disabled Innisfail mother.
A videotape of Brian Malley’s statement to police was introduced as evidence in the fifth day of his Court of Queen’s Bench trial in Red Deer on Friday. That videotape captured the police interview of Malley on May 25, 2012 — shortly after he was arrested. READ
Moments before a wheelchair-bound Innisfail mother was killed in an explosion, her caregiver warned her to not open the Christmas present disguising the bomb. READ
The driver accused of leaving the scene after striking and killing a pedestrian in Red Deer said he thought he had hit some sort of animal, possibly a bear or a deer. READ
Suspected drug trafficker Ahmed Nur was denied his right to speak to a lawyer for 10 hours as police conducted an investigation, his lawyer told court on Thursday. READ
Formal charges have been laid against a former Innisfail pharmacist accused of stealing a massive quantity of painkillers from her employer. READ
A west Central Alberta couple has been ordered to stand trial, accused of starving their baby. READ