February 22, 2018

Verdict set to come down for Tremblay in teens’ deaths

A convicted sex offender charged in the deaths of two local teens is set to learn his verdict tomorrow.

Martin Tremblay has been accused of several charges in the deaths of Martha Jackson, 17, and Kayla Lalonde, 16.

Police allege he lured the teens to his Richmond home two years ago with drugs and alcohol. 

And after the girls consumed a deadly mix of the two, crown has argued Tremblay failed to call 911.

The trial started back in October.

Court heard Jackson was found unresponsive and cool to the touch on the floor of Tremblay’s home.

Lalonde was found dead shortly after, dumped on a road in Burnaby.

Tremblay has a history of drugging and sexually assaulting aboriginal girls dating back more than ten years.

CKNW Vancouver News

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