RCMP Arrest 19-Year-Old Man In Shooting Deaths Of Whitefish Lake First Nation Teen Couple

Cory Grey and Dylan Laboucan were shot to death in July. (Facebook)

Cory Grey and Dylan Laboucan were shot to death in July. (Facebook)

By Red Power Media, Staff, | Aug 12, 2016

A 19-year-old man has been arrested in the shooting deaths of two teens from a Northern Alberta First Nation last month.

Dylan Laboucan, 17, and his 19-year-old girlfriend Corey Grey were reported missing from the Whitefish Lake First Nation on July 23 and found shot dead a few days later in a nearby rural area.

According to CBC News, Edward Devin Boyce Gladue, from Whitefish Lake First Nation, faces two counts of second-degree murder.

Gladue was arrested in Peace River on Thursday without incident after an intensive investigation lasting nearly two weeks involving the use of specialized units within the RCMP as well as members from the High Prairie RCMP detachment, police said.

Police don’t think the killings were a random act, and they don’t believe any other suspects were involved.

RCMP said they won’t be providing any other details or comments on the case.

Gladue is scheduled to appear in a High Prairie courtroom on Monday, August 15.

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