Calgary police have charged a woman in relation to the death of Fletcher Kimmel, and say charges are pending against a man.
Stephanie Lee Outram, 33, of Calgary, has been charged with causing an indignity to a human body. A second woman who was arrested on Friday was released without charges.
A man believed to have used Kimmel’s bank card at a convenience store after his disappearance has been interviewed, and charges are pending, police said in a news release this morning.
Kimmel’s remains were found in a wooded area near Jumpingpound, in Kananaskis Country west of Calgary on Jan. 29, 2017. Owing to Kimmel’s six-foot-seven, 240-pound frame, police said they believe it took more than one person to move his body to the remote site.
Kimmel, 30, was last seen on Sept. 27, 2016, getting into a black Toyota SUV at a 7-Eleven store on 39th Avenue at 36th Street N.E.
On Sept. 26, his mother, Sandra Kimmel, made an emotional statement asking for anyone with information to come forward.
“I’m now living every parent’s nightmare,” she told reporters. “I have outlived my child.”
More to come . . .