Thursday, 05 October 2017 11:34

Swift Current women charged with second degree murder

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Rebecca Lynn Kuhlman and Tanisha Lynn Perrault face second-degree murder charges in the death of Logan Ring.

Ring’s body was found in a lot at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park last year on November 14, 2016. Kuhlman and Perrault will appear by video on November 8th at 10:30 a.m. The Honorable Judge White presided and stated the matter of bail will be decided in the Court of the Queen's Bench. RCMP Major Crime Unit South issued statements saying both of the accused were known to the victim and that the investigation is ongoing.

Tuesday morning Kuhlman was arrested at a residence in Swift Current without incident and charged with one count of second degree murder, section 235(1), in relation to the death of Logan Ring. 
Kuhlman was known to the victim.
Also charged with second degree murder was Tanisha Lynn Perrault. Both Kuhlman and Perrault appeared in Swift Current Provincial Court on October 4.

A third woman was also charged, Jolene Epp, 39. She was arrested Wednesday and was in court Thursday morning.


“Logan Ring was located deceased in November of last year at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park and the “F” Division Major Crime Unit South has been working on this investigation since that time. We know there are people with more information about Logan’s death and the time period leading up to it. We encourage these people to come forward and speak with police or call Crime Stoppers anonymously.” said S/Sgt. Murray Chamberlin, “F” Division Major Crime Unit South.
RCMP members are asking anyone with information about the following to contact police:
- traffic in and out of the park and parking lot at Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park from November 14 -17, 2016
- any descriptions of people or vehicles observed in the area during that same time (including Logan’s blue 1991 Ford Explorer)
-Logan Ring’s activities and whereabouts prior to his death.
Note: This was not the residence on Railway Avenue that was the subject of a search warrant Oct. 2 in Swift Current.

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