At the request of family, the Prince Albert Police Service is providing an update on the condition of a five-year-old girl who received life-threatening injuries following an incident in late March that tragically took the lives of her older brother and grandparents. Today, the police service is happy to provide information to the public that five-year-old Kendrah is now recuperating in hospital in Saskatoon following several weeks in hospital in Edmonton.
Heather, Kendrah’s mother, says her daughter has been nicknamed “One Tough Cookie” during her hospital stay and her family is encouraged to see her condition continue to improve.
Young Kendrah has endured eight surgeries in recent weeks.
“She’s done so well,” Kendrah’s mother says. “The whole family is excited for her to come home. We are amazed at how strong and determined she is.”
The family of young Kendrah respectfully requests that media not contact them directly for further updates.
On Sunday, March 29, 2020, Prince Albert Police responded to 315 MacArthur Drive after friends and family went to the property to check on the wellbeing of the family.
Police found 3 deceased individuals at the property:
• Denis Carrier – age 56
• Sandra Henry – age 56
• Bentlee – age 7
Police have charged 28-year-old Nathaniel Carrier with three counts of First Degree Murder and one count of Attempted Murder. Nathaniel is the son of Denis and Sandra, and father to Bentlee and Kendrah. [Information 991125736]