A 31-year-old man has pleaded guilty for his role in a $6-million condo fire in southwest Edmonton. Eric Gould was originally charged with two dozen offences in connection with the March 2014 fire at Essence at Windermere South, which was under construction in the area of 10 Avenue and 173 Street SW.READ MORE: 2 men arrested and charged in $6M Windermere condo arsonOn Thursday afternoon, Gould pleaded guilty to one count of arson. The other charges were dropped.
Edmonton police are investigating the city’s 25th homicide of the year after a man’s body was discovered in a north side parking lot early Friday morning. Witnesses told police an altercation with weapons occurred between several people at around 3 a.m.At around 6:45 a.m., police were called to an apartment complex parking lot in the area of 29 Street and 116A Avenue, near Rundle Park. A man was found dead near parked vehicles in the parking lot.
A house in central Edmonton was extensively damaged by fire early Friday afternoon. Fire crews were called to the blaze at a fourplex in the area of 98 Street and 81 Avenue at around 12:50 p.m.Flames and heavy smoke could be seen shooting from the roof of the home shortly after 1 p.m.Ariyanna Callihoo lives in one of the suites and had just gotten out of the shower when the fire broke out. “I came downstairs to check my laundry and the whole back porch, the wooden porch, was on fire.
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Selecting a term
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