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Homicide investigators arrest, charge four individuals in connection to Jordin Aksidan’s death in July 2017


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April 9, 2019

The Edmonton Police Service Homicide Section has charged four individuals with various offences in connection to the July 2017 death of Jordin Amber Aksidan in northeast Edmonton.

On Wednesday July 5, 2017 police responded to a call for service just after 5 am to a residence in the area of 119 Avenue and 34 Street. Upon arrival, they located 21-year-old Jordin Amber Aksidan in critical condition.

EMS transported Aksidan to hospital with life-threatening injuries, where she later succumbed to those injuries. Autopsy results released by the Medical Examiner shortly thereafter confirmed that Aksidan died from a gunshot wound, and the manner of death was homicide.

Following a comprehensive investigation, Homicide detectives recently arrested and charged four suspects with various criminal offences associated to Aksidan’s death.

Michelle Mercredi, 25, was arrested March 28, 2019, at the Edmonton Institute for Women and charged with conspiracy to commit criminal offense and manslaughter while using a firearm.

Travis Serson, 26, was arrested April 05, 2019 at the Calgary Correctional Centre and charged with conspiracy to commit criminal offensemanslaughter while using a firearmuse of a firearm in commission of an offense and unauthorized possession of a firearm.

Thaiye Patenaude, 19, was arrested Jan. 16, 2019 in Edmonton and charged with manslaughter while using a firearm.

Sean Quewezance, 25, was arrested Dec. 10, 2018 in Edmonton and charged with manslaughter while using a firearm.


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