Woman sentenced for murder in Tiki Laverdiere | The Canadian News

One of ten people charged in the death of an Edmonton woman who disappeared after attending a funeral in Saskatchewan was found guilty of first-degree murder.

Nikita Cook has been sentenced to life in prison and will not be eligible for parole for 25 years.

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A kidnapping charge against Cook was dropped at his trial only for judges in North Battleford.

The body of Tiki Laverdiere, who was 25, was found in a rural area outside North Battleford in 2019.

Six others still face first-degree murder charges in the case and three others have previously pleaded guilty to lesser charges.

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Sentences handed down in the Tiki Laverdiere murder case – May 15, 2020

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