(THUNDER BAY, ON) – NATIVE SYNDICATE KILLER PLEADS GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER OF A NATIVE SYNDICATE KILLER.
GLADUE REPORT IS ORDERED AND GARNET JAY LOON WILL BE SENTENCED IN JANUARY 2020.
THIS IS SECOND HOMICIDE CONVICTION FOR GARNET JAY LOON.
Originally charged with second degree murder, 43 year old GARNET JAY LOON plead guilty via video Tuesday November 5,2019 to the manslaughter death of ROBERT LLOYD GRAY. Both men have a history of violence.
On July 2, 2017, hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were called to a double homicide scene at 248 Carl Street. Police found the dead bodies of Robert Gray, 50, and Kory-Lee Campbell, 22.
Inside Edition sources indicate that LOON beat GRAY to death after a night of drinking and drugs.
Robert Gray is originally from Osnaburgh First Nation , while Kory-Lee Campbell was from Cat Lake First Nation.
Robert Gray was a known member of the Native Syndicate gang.
Hardworking TBPS Officers determined that GARNET JAY LOON and KAILEE KAILYNN LOON were the main suspects.
GARNET JAY LOON is also a known member of the Native Syndicate gang.
Hardworking OPP Officers quickly apprehended both suspects in a Sioux Lookout and returned them to the custody of TBPS.
GARNET LOON HAS A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE WITH OVER 30 CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS AND A PREVIOUS MANSLAUGHTER CONVICTION.
On December 24,2007 at the Royal Edward Arms on May Street, GARNET JAY LOON BEAT JORDAN ACHNEEPINESKUM to death. On May 5,2009 LOON PLEAD GUILTY TO MANSLAUGHTER. He was sentenced to 6 years in prison with an additional 9 months for breaching court orders.
Robert Gray has been previously convicted for numerous violent crimes and trafficking drugs. Kory-Lee Campbell has a criminal history of violence. Both were known to be active with drugs.
Robert Gray’s girlfriend in 2002 was Meredith Achneepineskum. She was charged and acquitted due to lack of evidence with the murder of Robert Gray’s sister, Jocelyn Gray.
Jocelyn Gray was stabbed in the chest while she slept. Robert Gray was widely suspected of stabbing his sister to death but was never charged
KAILEE LOON was in court on May 23,2017. She has a variety of assault charges including aggravated assault. She also faces allegations of breaching her bail a couple times, failing to attend court and mischief. Despite all these allegations, she was still released.
KAILEE LOON was facing a 2nd degree murder charge but plead guilty to assault on Gray and Campbell on January 3,2019.
KAILEE LOON was sentenced February 4,2018 to 1 day in jail time served with 45 days credit for 30 days of pre-sentence custody on both counts, which were served concurrently. She also received a sentence of 1 year probation.