Jurors see key evidence in ex-New Denver Mountie’s trial

The jury in the Keith Wiens murder trial has seen a knife that could play a central role.

  • Jun. 13, 2013 12:00 p.m.

Penticton woman Lynn Kalmring was killed by a gunshot to the head in August 2011. Her common law husband

The jury in the Keith Wiens murder trial has seen a knife that could play a central role.

Wiens, who served with the New Denver RCMP in the 1990s, is standing trial in Kelowna in the August 2011 shooting death of Lynn Kalmring at the home the couple shared in Penticton.

Read more in the Penticton Western News.

On Tuesday, the trial adjourned for three days.

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