Charges heavier for a father accused murderer

News 17 March, 2018
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    Saturday, 17 march 2018 11:04

    Saturday, 17 march 2018 11:04

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    KELOWNA | Suspected to have killed his family last December, a British Columbian, is now facing prison sentences.

    A native of Kelowna, British Columbia, Jacob Daniel Forman, who was already accused of second-degree murder of his wife and their two girls will have to finally answer to charges more serious.

    Two of the three heads, those relating to the couple’s children, have gone to charges of first-degree murder, which could see him sentenced to life in prison.

    According to the Crown, quoted by Global News, the murders of the children were planned and deliberate. A few days before Christmas, Jacob Daniel Forman would have killed the three members of his immediate family in their house nearby Rutland, where the bodies were found.

    Forman, 34 years old, will appear before the judge, on the 13th of April next. He remains held in custody pending the next steps in the judicial process.