By Lethbridge Herald on April 30, 2015.
Lethbridge Regional Police Service continues to investigate a triple homicide earlier this week.
Police say they are methodically processing evidence and conducting interviews and added at this time, no charges have been laid in connection with the homicides.
According to police, the No. 1 priority of the LRPS is to bring the person or persons responsible for deaths of Clarissa English, Dakota English and Kyle Devine to justice, and in order to protect the integrity of the ongoing investigation, no further information will be released at this time, police added.
Tuesday, just before 2:30 a.m., police located the bodies of Kyle Osborn Devine, 27, Clarissa Michelle English, 24, and her brother Dakota Julius Ray English, 18, inside a home along the 200 block of McGill Boulevard. Police had responded to the residence after a concerned neighbour requested officers check on the welfare of the occupants.
The bodies of the victims were removed from the home Tuesday afternoon, and autopsies are being completed today.
Investigation to date indicates the deceased persons are the victims of a targeted incident, according to police, who added it was not a random crime and there is no evidence to suggest any ongoing risk to neighbours or the general public.