Breaking: Greg Fertuck found guilty in wife’s disappearance, murder

SASKATOON – Greg Fertuck has been found guilty of his wife Sheree Fertuck’s murder almost a decade ago. The body of the mother of three has never been found.

She was last seen leaving her family’s farmhouse near Kenaston on Dec. 7, 2015, to haul rock to a nearby gravel pit. In April 2016, police determined that Sheree Fertuck was a victim of a homicide.

Greg Fertuck was arrested June 24, 2016, near Saskatoon and charged with first-degree murder after he told an undercover officer posing as a crime boss in the Mr. Big sting that he had shot his estranged wife 51-year-old Sheree Fertuck twice with a .22 calibre rifle and put her body in the gravel pit, court heard. 

The trial in Saskatoon Court of King’s Bench dragged on for three years. It had started in September 2021 and was adjourned several times.

More to come.

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