Murder in Takla Landing

Charges have been been approved against 66-year-old Jacques Seguin in the shooting death of his son Christopher Seguin of Vanderhoof.

  • Aug. 19, 2013 5:00 p.m.

RCMP have confirmed charges of second-degree murder have been approved against Jacques Seguin in the death of his son Christopher Seguin.

Thirty-six year-old Christopher was reportedly shot to death as a result of a domestic dispute at Takla Landing, 200 kilometres north-west of Fort St. James.

The North District Major Crime Unit, the coroner’s service and Takla Landing RCMP are continuing to investigate the incident between the father and son which took place over the weekend.

Jacques Seguin has been remanded into custody and will appear in court later this week.

Christopher Seguin was also the son of the Superintendent of School District 91 Charlene Seguin of Vanderhoof.

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