Manitoba

Pair convicted of first-degree murder in 2017 shooting death at Winnipeg rooming house

A jury has convicted a man and woman accused in the 2017 shooting death of a man at a Winnipeg rooming house of first-degree murder.

Majak Mabior Kon, 27, and Tara Lynn Duke, 29, were charged following 2017 rooming house shooting

John Tuil Jok, 29, was shot at a home on Sherbrook Street near Notre Dame Avenue in 2017. (CBC)

A jury has convicted a man and woman of first-degree murder in the 2017 shooting death of a man at a Winnipeg rooming house

Majak Mabior Kon, 27, and Tara Lynn Duke, 29, were charged in the death of John Tuil Jok, 29, who was shot at a home on Sherbrook Street near Notre Dame Avenue. He was rushed to hospital in critical condition after police found him suffering from gunshot wounds, but he died shortly afterwards.

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