EDMONTON – Police have charged a fourth person in the murder of Andrea Berg whose body was found inside a shopping cart in an Edmonton alley.
Carrie Goldien Jones, 34, has been arrested and charge with second degree murder in Berg’s death.
Police discovered Berg’s body in a shopping cart in the area of 124 Street and 113 Avenue on June 16. Her legs, arms and mouth were taped, police said.
An autopsy confirmed Berg died of blunt force trauma. Her death was deemed a homicide.
In September, Sophie Isabelle Frenchman, 48, was the third person charged in Berg’s death. Frenchman was also charged with second degree murder.
In mid-August, police charged Lana Jane Pelletier, 36, with second-degree murder and John Charles Kisil, 50, with accessory after the fact to murder.