The third person arrested in connection with a robbery and murder in Yorkton last summer, has pleaded guilty.
21-year-old Desiree Musqua was in Yorkton Provincial Court this (Wed) morning on a Robbery charge, where she was sentenced to 2-years plus 1 day in federal prison.
A member of the victim’s family, who didn’t want to be identified, spoke after the sentencing.
“What Desiree was found guilty for is obviously a part of a much larger, serious crime resulting in the death of our dad, Lawrence,” the family member stated. “Never will there be enough justice or time served.”
“We’re glad that this part of the case is resolved so we can try and move on and carry on with the next step of our lives,” the person continued. “We will forever remember our dad as a wonderful, supportive, fun person who is the anchor of our family and an asset to the entire community.”
Two 17-year-old boys have already admitted to Second Degree Murder in the September 13th death of 67-year-old Lawrence Skoretz, but won’t be sentenced until next year.