Guilty Pleas For A Man Charged In A Violent Crime Spree Near Punnichy

One of four people arrested following a violent crime spree in the Punnichy area, two years ago, pled guilty to nine different counts, including Manslaughter.

26-year-old Jamie Munroe was sentenced to 20 years in prison, minus time already served, plus a life-time firearms prohibition, a ten year driving ban, and he must submit a DNA sample.

In May of 2019, police say a man was struck by a vehicle, then shot, on the Muskowekwan First Nation.

Then, the next day, an altercation on the Piapot First Nation led to one victim allegedly being struck with a machete, and the other being chased to the Muscowpetung First Nation.

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