OPP To Provide New Details into a 20 Year Old Murder Case from North Bay


In 1980, a historic homicide took place in East Ferris that has North Bay OPP updating us with new details.

Regional Commander of the OPP’s North East Region, Chief Superintendent Carson Pardy, will be joined by Detective-Inspector Kurtis Fredericks from the OPP Criminal Investigation Branch to provide details of a resolution to the murder of 20-year-old Micheline St. Amour.

She was found stabbed several times in the bedroom of her home on Hwy 17 in East Ferris Township.

ONNtv will be covering this press conference live today at 11 a.m.

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