One of Kimberly Proctor’s killers denied parole

One of Kimberly Proctor's killers denied parole
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Kimberly Proctor, 18, was sexually assaulted, beaten and suffocated to death in 2010.

One of the two people who pled guilty to murdering a Langford teenager a decade ago has been denied parole.

In 2010, Kruse Wellwood and Cameron Moffat, who were 16 and 17 at the time, sexually assaulted, beat, and suffocated 18-year-old Kimberly Proctor to death. The two teens then dismembered her body and dumped it on the Galloping Goose Trail, where they then set her remains on fire.

Both pled guilty to first-degree murder and were sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for 10 years.

Wellwood applied for parole last year.

However, in a hearing on Friday, a Parole Board of Canada panel denied Wellwood’s application for full parole and temporary escorted absences.

A 2011 psychiatric assessment found Wellwood was likely to re-offend, and met the criteria for clinical psychopathy and sexual sadism. In 2019, a psychologist refused to support any kind of release for Wellwood.

Wellwood will now not be eligible to apply for full parole again for five years.

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