Three young women have been arrested and charged in connection to Weyburn's first homicide in 23 years.
An 18-year-old, a 19-year-old, and a 21-year-old were all charged with accessory after the fact, as well as obstruction of justice and possession of a weapon without a license. The trio has been released from custody on an undertaking, also known as a promise to appear in court. The three women will make their first court appearance on February 26 in Weyburn Provincial Court.
Eighteen-year-old Nathan Hutt died of his injuries after allegedly breaking into a house on Fourth Street on January 4 where Keegan Muxlow resided. Muxlow is facing several charges, including second-degree murder. Two others allegedly involved in the home invasion, Dominick Hawkes and William McLeod, are facing charges related to the break and enter. The three men remain in custody.
The Weyburn Police Service continues to investigate the entirety of the situation with the assistance of the RCMP Major Crime Unit South and ask anyone with information to contact them. Police Chief Marlo Pritchard said they will not be releasing any further details at this time.