|Sentencing Pushed Back in 2nd Degree Murder Case|
|Wednesday, 20 June 2012 16:04|
A 16 year old boy, who'd pled guilty to second degree murder, was set to be sentenced Wednesday.
But now, he'll be assessed for Canada's Intensive Rehabilitation Custody and Supervision program.
According to the federal government, IRCS is the most serious sentence available under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Saskatoon police arrested the boy -- who was 15 at the time -- in the summer of 2011 in connection to the shooting death of 28 year old Jaron Tyler Jahnke.
The incident occurred on July 28th, at the 600 block of Avenue H South.
The boy will be back to Saskatoon's Court of Queen's Bench for sentencing on August 27th.
(pb june 20/12)