Fournier, Victor; Labelle, Edward
Victor Fournier and Edward Labelle met up with three men from Quebec, Leon Boutilhette, Alphonse Constantine, and Guy Beaudin while on the trail to Dawson. Fournier and Labelle led the men to a loney spot and shot them for $260. They weighted the bodies with stones and threw them into a river. The bodies were found and once identified led invesigators to the two men. The pair were also suspected of killing a miner in Alaska.