It's a chance to say, "good bye," and let the community pay their respects.



Members of the community will be gathering this afternoon at the Weyburn Landfill to show their respects for the body of a dead infant that has still not been found. The community gathering will be at 3:00. Teddy Bears and flowers are some of the items we are being asked to bring.
Police have charged 33 year old Angela Vermeulen of weyburn has been charged with disposing of a dead body of a child and interfering with the indignity of human remains.
Police allege Vermeulen put the newborn baby's body in the garbage at a residence on Coteau Avenue on May 18th, then moved it to another garbage bin the next day.
Vermeulen will appear in court in Weyburn on June 1st.

Those two crimes carry a maximum penalty of just under seven years in jail combined.