Noelle Paquette killers are sentenced to life in prison

No chance of parole for 25 years


The killers of a Sarnia school teacher have been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.

The sentence, read by Superior Court Justice Bruce Thomas, was imposed on Thursday after the reading of victim impact statements in Elgin County Courthouse in St. Thomas.

Michael MacGregor, 22 and Tanya Bogdanovich, 34, confessed to the murder of Noelle Paquette, 27, who taught kindergarten at St. Matthew’s Catholic School in Sarnia. She was killed after a New Year’s Eve party in Sarnia. Her body was found in a woodlot on January 2, 2013.

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