Jayme Joshua Pasieka is facing six charges, including two murder counts for a stabbing that left two people dead at an Edmonton warehouse, and he will appear in court later on Monday, it was reported.
The Edmonton distribution center was the scene of a mass stabbing on Friday afternoon.
The company, Loblaw Companies Ltd., said on Monday that will reopen on a “modified and voluntary basis,” which is based on advice from grief counsellors, the Edmonton Journal reported.
The Journal said that Pasieka, 29, will appear in court at 9 a.m.
On Friday, Aaron Ngantafam told the Calgary Sun that Pasieka “stabbed my supervisor here,” gesturing to his neck area. “It was like in movies, really. I cannot understand what happened in his mind.”
Pasieka had worked for the warehouse for the past two years and was described as a man with few friends and acquaintances.