Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Alberta Police Watchdog Clears RCMP in Shooting of Triple Homicide Suspect

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Alberta Police Watchdog Clears RCMP in Shooting of Triple Homicide Suspect

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Police watchdog clears RCMP in shooting of suspect

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EDSON, Alta. - Alberta's police watchdog has cleared RCMP of criminal wrongdoing in the shooting of a homicide suspect west of Edmonton.

On Dec. 1, 2015, a Mountie shot Mickell Bailey in the head during a search of a rural property near Edson.

The executive director of the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team says on that date a Mountie shot a man after he walked out of a home carrying a rifle and fired toward two police officers.

Susan Hughson says after reviewing the investigation there is no evidence to suggest the RCMP did anything wrong.

Bailey recovered from his wound and faces two counts of first-degree murder and one count of second-degree murder in the deaths of Dan Miller, Roxanne Berube, and Jazmine Miller, her 16-year-old daughter.

Hughson declined to release more details as the case is before the courts and she does not name Bailey in her press release. …

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