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    Baylee Wylie, 18, murdered December 2015

    This happened locally. A young man was found murdered in a burned out apartment. The 1st 2 have already been sentenced for their parts but this is the ring leader, the person who convinced 2 other people to torture, sexually assault and light a 18 year old boy on fire 1,200 listed as potential jurors for Marissa Shephard's 1st-degree murder trial
    2 men serving prison terms for murder of 18-year-old Baylee Wylie

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    Marissa Shephard was arrested two months after Wylie's burned and battered body was discovered by Moncton firefighters. (Facebook)
    Two years after being arrested on charges of first-degree murder and arson, Marissa Shephard is expected to face a judge and jury this week in Moncton.

    Shephard, 22, accused in the death of teenager Baylee Wylie, has been in custody since March 1, 2016.

    A total of 1,200 people were sent summonses as potential jurors in the case, which is scheduled to be heard over the next three months.

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    Two months after Wylie's body was found in her Moncton triplex, Shephard was arrested outside a hotel a few kilometres away.

    Firefighters discovered Wylie's body under a mattress when they responded to an early morning call Dec.17, 2015, at a triplex on Sumac Street. Police quickly determined foul play was involved.

    The jury selection line-up for Marissa Shephard's first-degree murder trial in Moncton. (Michel Nogue/Radio-Canada)
    Devin Morningstar, 21, was the first to stand trial for murder.

    Morningstar gave police two long statements, describing drug use and violence leading up to Baylie's death. A pathologist testified Wylie was stabbed up to 200 times.

    Baylee Wylie
    Wylie, 18, was killed in December 2015. Two men are serving time for murder, and Shephard, a friend of Wylie's, according to his mother, is to go on trial this week. (Submitted)
    Morningstar, 19 at the time of the killing, was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for at least 25 years.

    Tyler Noel, 20, pleaded guilty last May to second-degree murder. The agreed statement of facts presented at his sentencing said Noel attacked Wylie the evening before his death, beating and stabbing him.

    Devin Morningstar, 21, is serving a life sentence for the first-degree murder of Baylee Wylie. (Facebook)
    Wylie was then left for dead in Shephard's basement, but he managed to crawl up the stairs to the first-floor door, where Noel caught him with his hand on the doorknob. Wylie suffered another beating, which he did not survive.

    Noel received a life sentence for his part in the murder. Judge Stephen McNally decided Noel must serve at least 16 years before he is eligible for parole.

    Wylie's mother, Amanda Wylie, and his aunt Angela Wylie have been present for both proceedings. Angela Wylie said they will also be present for Shephard's trial.

    Tyler Noel, 18, of Moncton
    Tyler Noel was sent to prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and arson with disregard for human life. (N.B. Crime Stoppers)
    "We've been waiting for it a long time."

    Shephard is being held at the New Brunswick Women's Correctional Centre in Miramichi. During her time there, she has earned a four-month sentence for spitting in the face of a guard on July 28, 2017.

    Jury selection is scheduled to last two days.

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    The trial for the final suspect has began

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    Murder-scene neighbour heard crying, scared voice through the walls during attack

    22-year-old Marissa Shephard is accused of 1st-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old Baylee Wylie

    Tori Weldon - CBC News

    March 13, 2018

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    Patrick Gould, front left, and Margot Estabrooks, front right, are both forensic witnesses called by the Crown in the first-degree murder trial of Marissa Shephard. (Tori Weldon/CBC)
    Helen Patria Mandy sat in her upstairs bedroom, folding laundry, when she heard what sounded like a beating in the early evening of Dec. 16, 2015.

    "I heard someone say, 'You stole from us, you ratted to the police,'" Mandy said in a Moncton courtroom Tuesday. "I heard another person who was being beaten or hurt in some way saying, 'No, I love you guys.'"


    Grisly photos displayed on 1st day of testimony at Marissa Shephard trial
    Convicted killer to testify in murder trial of co-accused Marissa Shephard
    Mandy was testifying at the trial of 22-year-old Marissa Shephard, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Baylee Wylie and with arson with disregard for human life.

    Wylie's burned and battered body was found by Moncton firefighters early on Dec. 17, 2015, when they responded to a call at a triplex on Sumac Street.

    Marissa Shephard, 20, of Moncton
    Marissa Shephard, 22, of Moncton, is charged with murder and arson in the death of Baylee Wylie, 18, in December 2015. (RCMP)
    Mandy described the attacker's voice as male, and the victim's voice as panicked and fearful, hurt and scared. She said it sounded as if two or three other people, one of them female, were also there during the attack, which lasted about a half-hour.

    When asked by the Crown how she knew the victim was being hurt, Mandy said: "Just the way he was speaking, his voice, the banging, it sounded as if he was crying."

    Things quieted down next door until around 10:30 p.m., when Mandy said she went into her basement and heard fighting again.

    "This time it was extremely loud and aggressive," she said. "I remember the victim saying, "Ow, ow, stop."

    Mandy cried on the stand, saying she was terrified and called her sister to come over, which she did. Her sister left about an hour later. Mandy said she heard laughing and carrying on around 1 a.m. and went to sleep.

    Next she was awakened by a firefighter bursting through her door because the neighbouring unit was on fire.

    Crown prosecutor Annie St. Jacques, Marissa Shephard trial, March 12, 2018
    Crown prosecutor Annie St. Jacques during testimony Monday. (Andrew Robson)
    Melanie Travers, formerly with NB Housing, testified that Shephard was the name of the tenant on the year-long lease for 96 Sumac St.

    Earlier in the day, Cpl. Denis Leblanc, a forensic identification specialist with the RCMP, testified about his job taking pictures at the murder scene.

    The court saw photos of red-stained walls next to everyday household items, including children's toys and a Christmas tree in a plastic bin.

    Between Dec.​17 and Dec. 20, Leblanc said, about 600 photographs were taken.

    Crown prosecutor Eric Lalonde asked Leblanc about each photo, many taken in the basement of the triplex where Wylie spent his final hours.

    They show a room in disarray. Bits of debris, plastics and clothing are strewn alongside a dagger with a skull and crossbones on it.

    There are cigarette butts, a bra, children's clothing, a metal rod and a red-stained plastic Big 8 bottle, filled with green liquid.

    Also shown is a fishing pole. Its possible significance was brought to light during the next witness's testimony.

    Cpl. Margot Estabrooks was called by the Crown as an expert witness in "analysis comparison and identification of fingerprints."

    She was called to the murder scene and was also present for Baylee Wylie's autopsy in Saint John.

    Pictures of the teenager's body were shown to the court. There were brown paper bags tied to his hands and feet, put there by forensic specialists to preserve any evidence.

    Estabrooks said that when the bag on Wylie's left foot was removed, green fishing line with a lure attached was found wound around his ankle.

    In court, Crown prosecutor Annie St. Jacques asked Estabrooks to open the evidence bag containing the line, so the jury could see it.

    Estabrooks also examined a Hyundai Elantra that was seized during the investigation. Inside the glove box, she found a black and gold can of Axe body spray.

    St. Jacques asked, "Why was there any relevance?"

    "That particular item was being searched for," said Estabrooks. The can was examined but no identifiable fingerprints were found.

    So far in the trial, no fingerprints have been attributed to the accused.

    On Monday, Crown prosecutors questioned the first four of a possible 72 witnesses that will be called during what is expected to be a three-month trial.

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    Firefighters discovered Wylie's body beneath a mattress. He had been bound to a chair, beaten and stabbed more than 200 times.

    Shephard has pleaded not guilty to both charges against her.

    Devin Morningstar, 21, and Tyler Noel, 20, are both serving life sentences for murder and arson with disregard for human life. Morningstar was found guilty of first-degree murder and Noel pleaded guilty to a second-degree murder.

    Court will not be in session Wednesday, because a snowstorm is expected, and sheriffs don't transport prisoners during storms.

    Shephard is being driven in from the New Brunswick Women's Correctional Institute in Miramichi each morning.

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    I think this journo is going to live tweet from the court room

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    Yep Tori Weldon and Kate Letterick are doing live tweets. The trial resumes Monday

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    Monday's updates:

    Marissa Shephard murder trial hears about hours following death of Baylee Wylie

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    He left an apology note? Ok he's crazy.
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    that's what makes him crazy? I thought it was the chips.

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    It?s getting pretty graphic. This is the journalist I?ve been following

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    989392 Marissa Shephard has been found guilty of killing 18-year-old Baylee Wylie of Moncton.

    The jury delivered a unanimous verdict Tuesday.

    READ MORE: Closing arguments slated for Friday in Shepard trial

    Wylie?s body was found by firefighters in a burned-out townhouse on Sumac Street in December 2015. He had been stabbed multiple times before being covered by a mattress, which was then set on fire.

    Tyler Noel and Devin Morningstar, both 20, were sentenced earlier this year for their roles in the death. Shephard was the last to be tried in connection with the case.

    Devin Morningstar has been sentenced to life in prison with no option for parole for 25 years for the murder of Baylee Wylie.
    Tyler Noel, 18, was arrested on Jan. 10, 2015 in connection with the murder of Baylee Wylie.
    Shephard, 22, of Moncton was also found guilty of arson.

    A sentencing hearing has been scheduled for June 22 at 1:30 p.m.

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