Canada Trial of Calgary man who allegedly hid wife’s body in basement begins Tuesday

04:21  18 april  2017
04:21  18 april  2017 Source:   Metro News

Murder suspect kept wife's body buried in basement for two years

  Murder suspect kept wife's body buried in basement for two years Domestic murder suspect Allan Shyback confessed to strangling his common-law wife and burying her body in their basement for two years, a Calgary court heard Tuesday. In her opening address at Shyback’s Court of Queen’s Bench trial, Crown prosecutor Heather Morris said the accused admitted killing Lisa Mitchell during a so-called Mr. Big sting operation. […]Domestic murder suspect Allan Shyback confessed to strangling his common-law wife and burying her body in their basement for two years, a Calgary court heard Tuesday.

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Police discovered the body of Lisa Mitchell in the home where Shyback lived with the couple's two small children nearly two years after she went missing.: Trial of Calgary man who allegedly hid wife’s body in basement begins Tuesday © Metro File Photo Trial of Calgary man who allegedly hid wife’s body in basement begins Tuesday

The trial for a man accused of killing his common-law wife and hiding her body in the basement of their family home will begin Tuesday.

Allan Shyback was arrested in December of 2014—two years after his partner and mother of their two children, Lisa Mitchell, was reported missing—and charged with second-degree murder and committing indignity to a body.

Mitchell, who was 31 at the time of her disappearance, was last seen at her home in the southeast community of Ogden on Oct. 29, 2012.

At the time of Shyback’s arrest, police said he and Mitchell had a history of domestic violence, but no one was ever charged.

Shyback lived in the home with the couple’s two young children following Mitchell’s disappearance.

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