Baylee Wylie's mother pleads for public's help to find fugitives
Devin Morningstar, 18, sent for 30-day psychiatric assessment in Baylee Wylie murder case
The mother of an 18-year-old Riverview man who was violently killed in Moncton last month is pleading for the public to help find two fugitives charged with first-degree murder in his death.
- Devin Morningstar charged with murder, arson afer Baylee Wylie's death
- Shephard, Noel still at large, charged with 1st-degree murder in Moncton
Baylee Wylie's body was discovered in the burned unit of a Moncton triplex after a Dec. 17 fire. RCMP described his death as an extremely violent murder.
Devin Morningstar, 18, Tyler Noel, 18, and Marissa Shephard, 20, have all been charged with first-degree murder.
Wylie's mother, Amanda Wylie, said Friday she would like the two fugitives to be found.
"We need justice for Baylee, so we've been sharing it all over Facebook and nobody seems to be finding these two people," she said.
"I just want to plead with the public that they help find these two people, that they help bring my son ... justice."
Amanda Wylie was at the Moncton Law Courts Friday for an appearance by Morningstar, who was charged Dec. 21 with first-degree murder and arson in connection with her son's death.
In Friday's court appearance, Morningstar was sent for the standard 30-day psychiatric assessment typically ordered by the courts.
After the judge ordered the 30-day assessment, someone sitting in the Wylie family section was heard to say, "What?"
Morningstar's next court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 15, at which time the results of the psychiatric assessment are expected to be made known to the court.
Police have warned that Noel and Shephard are considered dangerous.