A Montreal man who allegedly tried to kill his teammate during a pickleball tournament has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder.
The court heard that a picket fence had been set up outside the home of the alleged shooter’s alleged accomplice, 20-year-old Alexandre Levasseur.
The accused has pleaded not guilty to two counts each of second and third-degree aggravated murder.
He faces a trial in the fall.
The alleged shooter has not been identified, but he is believed to be from the area of Portage la Prairie, about 70 kilometres northeast of Montreal.
He has pleaded innocent to two charges of second degree murder.