Terrace woman allegedly involved in death will remain in jail

A woman charged in connection with the death of her common-law husband is in custody

  • May. 20, 2015 5:00 a.m.

The following May 20, 2015 online story which indicated Isabelle Johnny was denied bail was incorrect. In fact, Johnny, who has been charged with manslaughter, has been remanded in custody, not detained, by consent. She has yet to have a bail hearing. Johnny was charged following the death of a local man last month.

Below is the original story

A woman charged in connection to the death of her common-law husband will remain in jail.

Isabelle Johnny, who has been charged with manslaughter, was not released at a bail hearing May 20 in provincial court here.

More details can’t be given due to a publication ban.

Early in the morning of Saturday, May 16, Terrace RCMP were called to a downtown Terrace apartment where they discovered Zachary Turner-Good bleeding from the chest, said police in a release May 19.

He was rushed to hospital by police, but died of his wound a short time later, said police.

Johnny is well known to police and at the time of the incident was on three separate probation orders, including one in relation to a domestic assault on the deceased, reported police.

Members from the Terrace RCMP, Terrace General Investigations Section, Forensic Identification Section and North District Major Crimes were continuing their investigation.

 

 

 

 

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