Tag Archives: Craig Landry

Twin Maggies crew member Craig Landry pleads guilty to accessory after the fact in killing of Phillip Boudreau

During James Landry’s trial, Craig testified that after James fired four shots at Boudreau, Dwayne Samson repeatedly rammed Boudreau’s small open boat with the larger Twin Maggies. James Landry then hooked Boudreau — said to be still alive — with a gaff, and the Twin Maggies hauled him out to sea. On the two occasions Boudreau managed to slip loose, James Landry caught him. Craig Landry testified that he last saw Boudreau floating, naked from the waste down, limp and foaming from the mouth. Read the rest here 16:21

Phillip Boudreau’s murder off Petit de Grat gradually unfolding in court

imageThe crew of the Twin Maggies have different stories to tell about how Phillip Boudreau was killed. And the three people accused in his death are the only witnesses to how the 43-year-old Petit de Grat man died on June 1, 2013. “Yes,” Craggs said when asked outside of the courtroom if his client and co-crewman Craig Landry, who are not closely related, have different versions of how Boudreau was killed. Read the rest here 13:56

Lobster boat crew’s court dates set in murder case

PORT HAWKESBURY — The crew of the Twin Maggies appeared in provincial court Monday to set new court dates for the second-degree murder charges they all face. The three men — James Joseph Landry, 65, of Little Anse; Dwayne Matthew Samson, 43, of D’Escousse; and Craig Landry, 40, of Petit de Grat — are charged in the disappearance and presumed death of Phillip Boudreau from Petit de Grat. [email protected]

Murder charge in Petit-de-Grat fisherman’s death

CBC_News_logoRCMP have charged a 40-year-old man with second-degree murder in connection to the death of a fisherman from Petit-de-Grat, a small fishing village in Cape Breton. Craig Landry was arrested on Thursday and charged with murder in the death of Phillip Boudreau. Both men are from Petit-de-Grat, in the southeastern corner of Cape Breton Island. continued @ cbcnews