Judge to rule on Sagmoen bail hearing

By 1075 Beach Radio News
February 20, 2018 - 10:29am

KAMLOOPS — A man accused of threatening a sex trade worker and other offences has had a bail hearing but the outcome is still unknown.

37 year old Curtis Wayne Sagmoen is facing nine criminal charges, and one under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act for alleged offences that occurred near Falkland.

He had a bail hearing in Salmon Arm Provincial Court Monday which ended with judge Mark Takahashi reserving his decision.

The matter will be in court Wednesday to fix a date for a decision.

Property owned by Sagmoen’s family on Salmon River Road near Salmon Arm, was the site of an extensive search by RCMP last October, where the remains of 17-year-old Traci Genereaux of Vernon were found.

Police called her death suspicious, but no charges have been laid.

Sagmoen’s charges include uttering threats, assault, mischief,  and firearms offences.

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