Man accused in father’s death remains in custody

An Innisfail-area man accused of killing his father remains in custody while seeking legal help.

An Innisfail-area man accused of killing his father remains in custody while seeking legal help.

Aaron Guilbault, 31, was arrested and charged with first/second-degree murder after the body of Tim Guilbault, 58, was found on Nov. 5, at a family residence near Red Lodge Park.

Tim Guilbault served on Red Deer city council from 1986 to 1995.

Employed at one time in human resources for the Nova Chemicals plant at Joffre, he moved to Calgary for a new job.

Aaron Guilbault is also facing a charge of unlawful harassment, laid separately from the murder charge.

He was to enter pleas in Red Deer provincial court on Wednesday and has not yet had a bail hearing.

Represented by duty counsel Mark Gottlieb, he asked for more time find a lawyer.

Guilbault returns to court on Dec. 12.

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