Teen held in connection with murder on reserve
A 16-year-old has been taken into custody in connection with a stabbing death on the Louis Bull Reserve in Alberta.

Joseph Daniel Moonias, 28, was stabbed on Tuesday night and died from his injuries. The 16-year-old faces charges for the death.

The reserve is located in Hobbema, a First Nations area that has seen a rash of shootings and homicides. Authorities have linked the violence to more than 13 gangs.

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