Murder charges laid in death of St. Albert senior

By The Canadian Press
July 12, 2017 - 6:51am

ST. ALBERT- RCMP have charged a 28-year-old woman with murder in the death of an Edmonton-area senior whose body was found in a rural area west of the city.

Investigators say the body of 75-year-old Ronald Worsfold was found on the weekend, two days after he was last seen at his St. Albert home.

They have not released how he died.

Friends and family say Worsfold was a well-known community volunteer and an avid Edmonton Oilers hockey fan.

Beryl Musila is charged with first-degree murder and committing an indignity to a body.

Police say Musila and Worsfold knew each other, but they are not certain how well.

(The Canadian Press, CTV Edmonton)


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