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The woman Calgary Police died, identified by Stacey Perry, 29



After murdering the Calgary police and murdering him on Christmas Eve, Stacey Perry identified family and friends.

"My dear sister, I am peacefully, will never forget the beautiful weapon, and we will surely lose it until we meet again," wrote Andrea Perry-Lukin on Facebook.

Perry cousin also confirmed the death of CBC in Calgary, but does not mean.

Poverty messages have been published on social media.

At the age of 29, the police fired from Tuesday to early morning.

The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team, which is currently investigating the incident, said that the Honda sedan was gray with B.C. Licensed plates were dangerous in the Inglewood area, from midnight onwards.

Officers stopped the vehicle, but they did not succeed and ran.

The police received more reports on the person in charge at 2:40 a.m. in the Falconridge community.

Officers Honda went wrong on the road and called "stop controller", "Stoney Trail as it came back from NE to McKnight Boulevard," taking a police vehicle, at the front of the sedan and taking additional police cars at each side and in the sedan in the background ", following the release of ASIRT.

When agents came out of their vehicles, Honda started to move again, ASIRT said.

An officer fired when his driver died.

"Both gray sedan and police vehicles fought," said the remarks.

Perry was the owner of the sedan, according to ASIRT.

ASIRT investigates any injured or injured person at any time.


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