On Wednesday, the RCMP major crimes unit announced 36-year-old Blake Jolicoeur has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of Vivancos.
A bail hearing has already been held and RCMP said Jolicoeur remains in custody. He is scheduled to appear in court in Stony Plain later Wednesday.
Jolicoeur is also facing charges in two other matters. He is slated to appear in court in Stony Plain next month to speak to forgery and theft charges.
And in January, he is due in Edmonton court in a case of domestic violence, charged with assault with a weapon, assault and causing pain and suffering to an animal.
On Sunday, Nov. 17 around 1:30 a.m., RCMP had been called to assist paramedics with a complaint of a woman in medical distress near Township Road 532A and Range Road 274, just north of Highway 16 and Spruce Grove.
However, when they arrived, first responders determined she was already dead.
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An autopsy determined Vivancos was the victim of a homicide — however, RCMP have not released the cause of death.
Friends said the victim lived in Kelowna and worked as a waitress at a casino there, but was visiting the Edmonton area.
When asked, none of Vivancos’ family and friends knew who Jolicoeur was.
Spruce Grove is about 20 kilometres west of Edmonton.