Man Charged With Shooting Death In Saskatchewan First Nation | The Canadian News

A man faces a second degree murder charge after a death in a Saskatchewan First Nation.

Spiritwood RCMP said they were called to Pelican Lake First Nation on the morning of Sept. 17 for a report of a shooting at a home.

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A 54-year-old man from Golden, BC, was pronounced dead at the scene. Police said his family has been notified, but has not released his name.

Walter Jack Abbott, 61, was arrested and charged the same day.

Police said the victim and the accused knew each other.

Abbott was scheduled to make his first appearance at the North Battleford provincial court on Monday.

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