Cowessess Hit And Run Suspect Identified

Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at 14:40



A woman accused of deliberately killing a man on the Cowessess First Nation in a hit-and-run is due back in court tomorrow.


37-year-old Charmaine Sparvier has been charged with murder in connection to the death of 42-year-old Clayton Isaac.


Isaac’s body was found in a ditch off a gravel road on the reserve late Friday night.


The RCMP say it was apparent from his injuries that he had been hit by a car.


Both the suspect and the victim are from Cowessess.


Sparvier appeared in Melville Provincial Court yesterday.


Her court appearance tomorrow will be in Broadview.