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Ontario couple plead guilty to sarnia teacher’s ‘random’ violent sex murder
Ontario couple plead guilty to sarnia teacher's 'random' violent sex murder

Ontario couple plead guilty to sarnia teacher’s ‘random’ violent sex murder

The man and woman arrested in connection with the death of a 27-year-old school teacher from Sarnia have pleaded guilty to first murder in the case.

Michael MacGregor, 20, and Tanya Bogdanovich, 32, were both charged with first-degree murder in the death of Noelle Paquette.

They entered their guilty pleas in a courthouse south of London, Ont., on Friday where pre-trial motions in their case have been taking place.

Paquette’s body was found in January 2013 in a woodlot southeast of Sarnia, Ont., one day after she went missing.

The 27-year-old was last seen leaving a New Year’s Eve party.

MacGregor and Bogdanovich’s trial was to begin in April 2016, but their guilty pleas, which came as a surprise, now mean their case will next be in court in February, where a comprehensive statement of facts is expected.

Paquette’s murder stunned the city of Sarnia.

Her death sparked a charity — Noelle’s Gift — which helps disadvantaged children.

Agencies/Canadajournal




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