RCMP to charge 5 people in 2021 homicide of Lane Tailfeathers

RCMP have now charged five people in relation to a homicide investigation. Nearly a year ago, the body of Lane Tailfeathers was found in the Crowsnest Pass about a month after his family had reported him missing. Quinn Campbell has the details.

Nearly a year after a southern Alberta man’s body was found, RCMP have arrested five people in his death.

Lane Tailfeathers was reported missing by his family in June 2021, who said he was last seen in Fort Macleod. The body of the 35-year-old man was discovered by a rancher near Burmis, Alta., on July 20, 2021.

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In a news release Saturday, RCMP said five people were taken into custody in relation to his homicide Friday.

Charges are pending and their identities will be released once those charges are laid.

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