A B.C. man convicted in a gangland hit greater than 10 years in the past will keep behind bars, after the province’s prime courtroom dismissed his attraction on Thursday.
Cory Vallee was convicted of first-degree homicide and conspiracy to commit homicide for fatally capturing Kevin LeClair, a member of the Pink Scorpion gang, outdoors a Langley strip mall in February 2009.
The slaying got here on the peak of a gang conflict between the Pink Scorpions and the United Nations gang.
Vallee fled to Mexico, however was arrested in Guadalajara in 2014 and returned to Canada for trial.
With the B.C. Courtroom of Attraction dismissing his attraction, Vallee will proceed to serve his sentence of life in jail with no probability of parole for 25 years.
Investigators proceed to hunt for one man allegedly concerned within the hit, Conor D’Monte, who is needed for homicide, B.C.’s gang-focused Mixed Forces Particular Enforcement Unit mentioned Thursday.
D’Monte, who’s believed to have fled Canada in 2011, is taken into account an “worldwide fugitive,” the CFSEU mentioned, including that anybody with info on his present whereabouts is urged to contact their native police.
A $100,000 reward for info resulting in D’Monte’s arrest stays legitimate till Jan. 30, 2022.
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