Woman admits helping clean up murder

Police tape. (QMI Agency/CARMINE MARINELLI)

Police tape. (QMI Agency/CARMINE MARINELLI)

LINDA RICHARDSON, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:23 AM ET

SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT. - Jaclyn MacIntyre, 22, admitted Monday she was one of the people who left a downtown house party to purchase cleaning supplies after Wesley Hallam was murdered and dismembered.

MacIntyre also permitted her vehicle to be used to remove the 29-year-old man's remains from the home.

She said she also helped load pieces of furniture from the house into a van so police wouldn't find them.

These actions “were done deliberately to eliminate evidence and interfere with any subsequent police investigation,” Crown attorney Paul McDermott said.


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