By Brittany Hobson THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- Police allege a Winnipeg man charged with killing an Indigenous woman last May also killed three other women, two also confirmed to be Indigenous and one believed to be. Jeremy Skibicki was charged on May 18 and kept in custody after the partial remains of Rebecca Contois, 24, were found in a garbage bin near an apartment building. Police later found the rest of her remains in a Winnipeg landfill. Contois lived in Winnipeg but was a member of O-Chi-Chak-Ko-Sipi First Nation, also known as Crane River. Police said at the time that they were not ruling out more victims. On Thursday, they said Skibicki is now charged with first-degree murder in three other deaths in the same period in the spring. Police
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