Triple-murderer denied parole

A Saskatchewan man serving a life sentence for three counts of second-degree murder has had his application for parole denied.

A Saskatchewan man serving a life sentence for three counts of second-degree murder has had his application for parole denied.

Daniel Kenneth James Tuckanow is serving time for the shooting deaths, in 2001, on the Starblanket First Nation.

According to information provided in court, Anthony Akapew and Devon Keewatin got into a fight with the Tuckanow at a party on the nearby Okanese First Nation. He later shot them both in the head.

A third man John Davies, a SaskTel employee, was doing service repair on the reserve and was also shot to death.

Tuckanow is currently in prison, in Manitoba.