Father charged in son’s death

Charges of second-degree murder have been laid against a father in the death of his son after a shooting death at Takla Landing August 16.

  • Sat Aug 24th, 2013 5:00am
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Charges of second-degree murder have been laid against a father in the death of his son after a shooting death at Takla Landing August 16.

Jacques Seguin, 66 years old, allegedly shot his son, 36-year-old Christopher Seguin, to death during a domestic dispute at the family’s vacation cabin at Takla Landing.

RCMP were called to the cabin on the night of the incident. No one else was reported to be at the cabin at the time.

Both men were from Vanderhoof.

Jacques Seguin, not previously known to police, appeared in court on August 20 in Prince George and was remanded in custody until another appearance on August 23, as the paper went to press.

Jacques Seguin was previously the branch manager of the Integris Credit Union in Vanderhoof, B.C..

The North District Major Crimes, the B.C. Coroner’s Office and the Takla Landing RCMP continue to investigate the incident.