Two people charged in connection to the death of a Saddle Lake woman in 2018 have been found guilty.
A jury has found Jena Lynn Hunter and Julian Catalin Whiskeyjack guilty of first-degree murder in the death of 25-year-old Lindsay Marie Jackson.
Jackson had been reported missing back in September of 2018. Her body was later discovered in a section of the North Saskatchewan River near the community of Duverney in October.
A third person was also charged in connection to her death. Jermaine Eugene Steinhauer is scheduled to begin his trial in May.
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Sentencing for Hunter and Whiskeyjack is expected to be announced at a later time.