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Remains ID'd as those of slain Halifax mother: Police
QMI Agency First posted: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 06:30 PM EST | Updated: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 06:37 PM EST
Human remains found in the fall have been identified as those of slain mother Catie Miller, Halifax police said Wednesday.
Three people have already been charged for their alleged roles in the killing of the Halifax woman who had been missing since July.
Jason Johnson, 29, and Kelly MacDonald, 33, both from Lawrencetown, N.S., are charged with first-degree murder, and George Hubley, 30, of Sheet Harbour Passage, N.S., is charged with accessory to murder after the fact. All three have been charged with indecently interfering with a body.
Police said Johnson and Miller, 29, were in a relationship, but the others didn't know Miller.
She was last heard from when she sent a text message to her mother and called a cab from her apartment on July 15. Police believe she died the same day.
Johnson was charged on Nov. 24. Two days later, investigators found human remains during a search. The two other accused were charged the following day.
Police said the location where the remains were found and the cause of death won't be released.
Miller leaves behind a young son.
Human remains found in the fall have been identified as murder victim Catie Miller, pictured, Halifax police said Wednesday. Three people have already been charged for their alleged roles in the slaying of the Dartmouth woman who had been missing since July. (QMI Agency/Facebook)

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