|Three Men Sentenced for Deaths on Ahtakakoop First Nation|
|Written by Jared Linnen|
|Wednesday, 24 October 2012 16:00|
Three men are headed to prison for their involvements in a fatal fire on the Ahtahkakoop First Nation last fall.
25 year old Kimmy Bear and 22 year old Carl Albert both plead guilty to two counts of manslaughter and will serve 15 years in prison.
Bear isn't eligible for parole for at least 5 years, while Albert isn't eligible until at least 7 years.
Both have served almost a year in remand.
The third man, 20 year old Dominic Ahenakew, pleaded guilty to robbery and will serve 2 years less a day in a provincial correctional centre.
The incident took place last November, when police found the bodies of William Ahenakew and Trez Sparvier-Scott in the home where the fire occured.
(jl oct 24/12)