Pretrial for Muskoka second-degree murder suspect moved to January
Facebook photo of Adam Kehl
A man accused of second-degree murder in Muskoka won’t appear in court again until next year.
After a few days of pretrial in late October, the process for the Adam Kehl matter has been moved ahead to resume on January 18th.
Kehl, who is from BC, was charged and arrested after the body of his father was found on an island on Kahshe Lake in Gravenhurst. He’s also been charged with indignity to a dead body.
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