Killer Denied Unescorted Visits To Sudbury
Killer denied unescorted visits to Sudbury
A convicted killer of a husband and wife won’t be coming to a Sudbury halfway house for a limited number of unescorted visits, after the Parole Board of Canada ruled against his request.
George Harding Lovie, 58, had applied for six unescorted temporary absences – each lasting 72 hours – over a period of a year. Lovie has served 25 years of his life sentence for the brutal murders of Donna and Arnold Edwards on March 21, 1991. He was also convicted of attempted murder of their daughter, Michelle, with whom he had a brief relationship.
At the time of the murders, he was on bail after …