Sentencing has once again been delayed for a central Alberta woman in relation to a fatal stabbing three years ago.
Kieron Beaverbones, who was 20, died after being stabbed in the upper chest on April 7, 2014.
Sherilyn Beaverbones, now 22, was charged with first degree murder. The charge was later changed to second degree murder before she later pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Her sentencing hearing was originally scheduled for May then moved to July because her lawyer was suspended.
The case was back in Red Deer court Monday but was put over to Sept. 21 due to more administrative issues.
A Red Deer man arrested as part of an investigation into the Hells Angels in Edmonton has been ordered to stand trial.
The investigation dubbed “Project Al-Wheels” was started in October 2015 after it was alleged Hells Angels members and associates were involved in the theft, re-vinning and trafficking of stolen trailers and recreation vehicles.
Fifteen search warrants were executed in June 2016 in Edmonton, Red Deer, Grande Prairie, Alberta Beach, Gunn, Onoway, Morinville, Legal, Ryley, Sherwood Park, St. Albert and Langley, B.C.
Officers seized a total of $1 million in stolen property and firearms.
Bobby Dodman, 43, of Red Deer was one of ten people who were arrested.
A trial for Dodman was ordered following a preliminary hearing last week in Edmonton. Trial dates have not been set.
A preliminary hearing date has been set for one of three people charged in a pair of gas station robberies in Red Deer on the same day.
At about 2:15 a.m. on June 14, Mounties responded to the Fas Gas at 51. Ave. and 76 St. Two men with a firearm had approached the locked door of the gas station and attempted unsuccessfully to smash it to gain entry before fleeing in a car.
Just after 2:30 a.m. that morning, police responded to an armed robbery at the Fas Gas at 40 Ave. and Ross Street after two men entered the building with a firearm and demanded cash and lottery tickets. RCMP located the suspect car nearby and took the driver into custody without incident, seizing a firearm from the vehicle. Officers arrested the second suspect at a residence a short time later.
Shayden Alvin James Werner, 21, faces charges of robbery with a firearm and pointing a firearm. A preliminary hearing has been set for Feb. 23, 2018.
Lucas James Werner, 34, faces robbery with a firearm, impaired driving and failing to comply with conditions charges. He is scheduled to speak to these charges later this month.
The third person charged is a male youth and cannot be named.
Two people charged in an attempted armed robbery in Riverside Meadows face a preliminary hearing early next year.
On June 16, Red Deer RCMP responded at about 9 a.m. to a report of a disturbance in the area of 60 Street and 54 Avenue. Police say two men attempted to rob a male victim while he was stopped in his vehicle at a red light on 60 Street.
Officers located the suspects sitting on the grounds of the nearby Koinonia Christian School. One suspect surrendered immediately when placed under arrest. The second suspect resisted arrest, engaging in a struggle with police officers before being taken into custody after being assessed on scene by City of Red Deer Emergency Services for a hand injury.
Izak Sararas, 20, is charged with robbery, resist/ obstruct peace officer and disobeying court orders. Sararas is scheduled to appear in court in Red Deer on July 5.
Jessie James Auger, 26, is charged with robbery and is due in court July 7.
They will be in Red Deer court for a preliminary hearing on Jan. 18, 2018.
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