One of two men accused in the killing of a popular Calgary chef has testified he remembers being in a scuffle with the cook but has no memory of stabbing him.
Anthony Dodgson and Tommie Holloway have pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Christophe Herblin on March 14, 2020.
Dodgson, who is accused of stabbing Herblin nine times, told court he had been drinking heavily and using methamphetamine with Holloway and two other people.
He said he and Holloway broke into Herblin's soon-to-be opened restaurant to get into an adjacent cannabis shop, but fled when an alarm went off.
Dodgson said they returned hours later and he remembers being in a scuffle with Herblin and ending up on the ground. Dodgson testified that he has gaps in his memory as a result of the drugs and alcohol.
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