June 24, 2016 - 2:50 PM
VANCOUVER - A man from Clearwater will be given a life sentence after pleading guilty in Vancouver Supreme Court yesterday, June 24, to second-degree murder of his former common-law wife.
Crown prosecutor Adrienne Murphy says sentencing and submissions are expected to take place in September.
Iain Drummond Scott was arrested in April 2014 after his common-law wife, Angila Wilson, was found dead in her Clearwater home.
Scott then held his three children hostage in a police standoff. He was denied bail last February.
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