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Suspect in 2010 New Year's slaying found

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A woman wanted in connection with a New Year's Day death on a Manitoba First Nation community two years ago has been found in British Columbia.

The RCMP said Cynthia Faith Sinclair, 26, was arrested Monday without incident in Moricetown, B.C.

The RCMP credit a tip given to Manitoba Crime Stoppers that led police to Sinclair.

Police had issued an appeal last week for anyone knowing Sinclair's whereabouts.

Sinclair is wanted on manslaughter charges as a result of a death in Little Black River on Jan. 1, 2010. She is also facing charges of failing to appear in court.

Sinclair is being held in custody and will be transferred back to Manitoba to appear in court.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 21, 2012 A1

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