Guilty plea expected in deaths of four Grande Prarie teens

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Brandon Holubowich was scheduled to go trial in Grande Prairie late next year on 16 charges including impaired driving causing death.

However, another court date has now been set for January 14th, with a date for sentencing on February 22nd. That's when the plea is also expected to take place, including putting the facts of the case before the court, and reading victim impact statements.
Four players with the Grande Prairie Composite High School Warriors were killed, and another was seriously injured, after their vehicle collided with a pickup truck south of the city. The suspect fled the scene and was arrested shortly after.
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