- Category: Canada News
- Published Monday, December 21, 2015
- CTV News
EDMONTON -- A 13-year-old cried as he appeared briefly in youth court accused of killing two convenience store clerks.
The boy, who cannot be identified, faces charges that include first-degree murder and robbery.
His defence lawyer quickly put the case over to Jan. 4.
Two co-accused, 24-year-old Laylin Delorme and 27-year-old Colton Steinhauer, also appeared in court on the same charges.
They are to appear in court again on Jan. 11.
Police say two Mac's employees were working alone in two different stores early Friday, when they were gunned down by masked robbers