The Crown has closed its case in the trial of a man charged with the first-degree murder of Lorry Ann Santos – a mother of four – in 2012.
She was shot inside her home in the Westview neighbourhood in a case of a mistaken address.
It is alleged that Joshua Petrin was the member of an Alberta-based gang called the White Boy Posse, and a hit was ordered on a man who had left the gang.
Petrin’s defence announced in court today that no evidence would be called, so Joshua Petrin didn’t take the stand.
He is one of three people charged in Santos’ death.
The other two were found guilty and given life sentences, although one has appealed his conviction.
Closing arguments in the case are now set for October 12th.