A 1-step murder tax that was put into the death of a 20-year-old Sudbury


Sudbury police say Bay Bay is 39 years old, Ont., Arrested and arrested in connection with Renee Sweeney's death for 20 years.

On Tuesday, the policeman says that Steven Steven Wright, also known as Steven or Steve Wright, was captured and expressed about a mass murder.

The police say that researchers will know that Wright was an interested person at the beginning of November. A search warrant was issued for a home in the North Bay earlier on Tuesday, and were arrested.

In January 1998, Sweeney was working at an adult video store when it was sunk 30 hours. She died about her wound at that time.

The police say at the time of crime, Wright lived in Sudbury and was a 18 year-old student at Lockerby Composite School.

Since the death of Sweeney, the police say that more than 2,000 councils have come from the public.

"This huge event of community racing is at the heart and then it's still part of our life today," said police leader Sudbury, Paul Pedersen.

The Sudbury Police says Robert Steven Wright was a 18-year-old high school student in Sudbury in 1998. He was convicted of a first step murder. (Police Provided / Sudbury)

He says that Renee's sister, Kim, has expressed a number of ideas after hearing the news.

"At this time, she wants everyone to respect their privacy."

It is expected that Wright will appear in a death court in Sudbury Wednesday.

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