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Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Christopher Byron Lord, was well known to police. He died after showing up at a local hospital with a gunshot wound on Saturday.

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Christopher Byron Lord, was well known to police. He died after showing up at a local hospital with a gunshot wound on Saturday. Still, the full circumstances of the killing remain a mystery. Police have identified suspects, but haven't laid charges. They are confident that the shooting happened somewhere around 96 Avenue and 176 Street, about six blocks from where they initially combed a small park for clues following Lord's death. Police first became aware of the case after someone drove Lord to the hospital sometime after the shooting, between 5 and 6 a.m. Saturday. He later died of blood loss. Lord's death comes three years after he found himself in trouble for his role in a beating over a drug debt in Grande Prairie. Last February, he pleaded guilty to unlawful confinement after a man was lured into a crackhouse and beaten on June 10, 2005. Lord, who showed up while the crime was in progress, admitted in court to watching over the victim in confinement.
For his role, Lord received a six-month jail sentence. At the time, court heard that Lord, who was married with children, had been taking steps to recover from a substance-abuse problem. The case was his first conviction on a violent criminal offence. In the meantime, police in Edmonton are asking residents in the area where the killing took place to check their property for anything suspicious. The case is the city's 15th homicide of the year.

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Anonymous said...

I cant believe Chris would be blogged on this site, i find it disrespectful. No human is perfect! And by all means i know he wasnt perfect and im sure i dont know the half of what his involvement was to be put on a page like this. But i knew him to be a kind man who was loving. He didnt deserve to die> and we didnt deserve to lose him so soon and neither did his immediate family. im insulted and disgusted. he was loved... and to be labelled on a site like this he doesnt deserve. No matter what anyone says.. R.I.P


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