Murder charge laid in stabbing in central Edmonton

A 25-year-old man faces a second-degree murder charge in the stabbing death of Travis Untinen Tuesday.

Travis Untinen, 36, fatally wounded in convenience store parking lot Tuesday

A 25-year-old man faces a second-degree murder charge in the stabbing death of Travis Untinen Tuesday.

Untinen, 36, was stabbed during a fight in a convenience store parking lot at 107th Avenue and 104th Street Tuesday night. 

Police were called to a second fatal stabbing just a few hours later at the Travelodge Motel on 45th Avenue, between Gateway Boulevard and Calgary Trail.

There have been no arrests in that slaying.

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