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Chelsea Davidenas Obituary, Police find body of Calgary murder victim

Chelsea Davidenas Obituary – The body of murder victim Chelsea Davidenas has been discovered by the police in a rural area southeast of Calgary, according to a statement released on Friday. The remains of the 29-year-old were found near Range Road 254 and Highway 901, northeast of Carseland, Alta.

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner has confirmed the identity of the remains as Chelsea. Earlier this week, two men were charged with first-degree murder in connection with the case. Davidenas had been reported missing over two months ago, and investigators believe she was killed shortly after her disappearance on February 17. The police had gathered sufficient evidence to suggest that she was lured to a residence in northeast Calgary by individuals she knew.

It is believed that she was murdered inside the house. The motive behind the crime appears to be Davidenas’ involvement in sex work, and the police do not believe it is connected to any other missing persons cases in Calgary. The two suspects, 52-year-old Paul Joseph Rushton from Calgary and 26-year-old Steven Aaron Zwick from Airdrie have been charged with first-degree murder. Both individuals have previous criminal records. They are cooperating with the police and made an appearance in a Calgary courtroom on Thursday.

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