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Profiles of the four women Cody Legebokoff is accused of murdering

The 21-year-old alleged serial killer Cody Legebokoff is expected to appear in court today.

 

The
Prince George resident is facing charges in the deaths of Jill Stacey
Stuchenko, Cynthia Frances Maas, Loren Donn Leslie, and in the
disappearance of Natasha Lynn Montgomery. All four first-degree murder charges have been rolled into a single court case that will be heard in B.C. Supreme court.

 

Who are the four women Legebokoff is accused of murdering?

 

 

Loren Leslie was just 15 years old when she left her family home in Fort St. James on Nov. 27, 2010,telling her family she was going out of coffee with a friend.

The
young teen was legally blind with 50 per cent vision in one eye and
zero in the other. Alert police work led to her discovery. About 9:45
p.m. later that night an officer spotted Cody Alan Legebokoff turning
out of a remote logging road onto the Stuart Lake Highway some 22 km
north of Vanderhoof. He didn’t like the way Legebokoff was driving and
pulled him over for questioning, before arranging for a conservation
officer to search the area. Leslie’s body was found and Legebokoff was
charged with her murder.

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Jill Stuchenko was a 35-year-old
mother from Prince George and a talented singer. She was reported
missing on Oct. 22, 2009, and a public appeal for help went out. Her
body was found on Oct 26th, 2009 in a gravel pit off Otway Road in the
outskirts of Prince George.

Cynthia Maas was a 35-year-old
mother who reported missing by her friends on Sept. 23, 2010. Her family
had not heard from her over the course of several weeks. Cynthia’s body
was found on Oct. 9, 2010, in LC Gunn Park in a remote area of Prince
George 

Natasha Montgomery was a 23-year-old mother
originally from Quesnel who had been living in the Prince George area.
When she failed to connect with her family after a number of weeks, her
friends contacted the RCMP and she was reported missing the same day as
Cynthia Maas – Sept. 23, 2010. While her body has not been recovered,
police reported Monday they have investigative findings enabling them to
lay a murder charge in relation to her disappearance.