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Seniors death suspected homicide
Sep, 19 2006 - 6:30 AM

EDMONTON, ALBERTA/630 CHED - Edmonton police say a couple of high profile cases in the past week involve people in their eighties.

Detectives have ruled the death of an 85-year old woman in her home near 161st Avenue and 57th Street last Friday to be Edmonton's 22nd homicide of the year.

They say the woman died as the result of a domestic dispute and they have interviewed her 86-year old husband as a suspect. Detectives will ask the Crown to consider whether charges will be laid.

Yesterday morning, a man in his mid eighties, was taken in for questioning after an all night stand-off in the west end. A woman said the senior had made threats and had pointed a gun at her head.

Police tell CHED News the man is deaf and needed assistance to get around but with the possibility a gun was involved the case was treated very seriously. No charges so far.

- E.M.

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