Arrests made in the murder of Josh Lequiere

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**Update – the two suspects in this case have been remanded in custody until July 28th.  For more, click here

By Staff

Two people have been arrested in connection with the murder of Joshua Lequiere.

A 28 year-old female turned herself in on Friday May 21st at the local detachment and a 31 year-old man was arrested without incident on Saturday May 22nd.  The male was arrested at a residence in Fort St. John.

All investigators will say about the murder is they do not believe that this was a random act.  Both individuals will make their first court appearance on May 25th, 2010.  Following that appearance, police believe they will be able to release more information about the investigation.

Joshua Lequiere was found sitting in his pick-up truck shortly after 6am on Thursday May 20th, 2010.  Upon arrival, the RCMP discoverd Lequiere had been stabbed several times.  Lequiere died a short time later at the Fort St. John Hospital.

The Fort St. John RCMP Serious Crime Unit would like to thank the public for their help in this crime.

**Comments have been closed on this story out of respect for the family and because of inappropriate behaviour.

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