Maskwacis woman on murder charge turns herself in

A Maskwacis woman wanted in a second degree murder case turned herself in after not showing up in court.

  • Apr. 20, 2016 11:00 a.m.

A Maskwacis woman wanted in a second degree murder case turned herself in after not showing up in court.

Maskwacis RCMP issued a request to locate Florencine Potts on Friday, April 15 after she failed to appear in court in relation to the case. At the time, police believed Potts to be on the Samson Cree Nation.

With help from residents of the area, Potts turned herself in to Wetaskiwin RCMP April 18 without incident where she was subsequently transported to Maskwacis RCMP.

She went before a justice of the peace and was remanded in custody with her next provincial court appearance set for Thursday, April 21 in Wetaskiwin.

 

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