Charges laid in connection to Yorkton homicide (Updated)

Charges have been laid in connection to the death of a missing Yorkton man.

Colin Focht, 25, went missing on Aug. 31, 2018. On April 4, 2019, human remains believed to be Focht, were discovered in a rural area outside of Yorkton. A forensic autopsy still needs to be conducted to confirm their identity. It is currently believed that the man was killed on Sept. 1, 2018.

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Taiya Alice Hudy, aged 19, was arrested and charged with second degree murder in relation to the case on April 3. She made her first appearance in Yorkton Provincial Court on April 5, and her case was adjourned until April 12.

The investigation is ongoing.

UPDATE: In Yorkton Provincial Court on April 12, Hudy was remanded in custody until April 17, where she will appear at Court of Queen's Bench in Yorkton. A bail verification report was also ordered.

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