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There’s another delay in the case of a 17 year old Edmonton boy, facing a second degree murder charge, in connection with an incident last month in Fort St. John.

He is currently being held in juvenile detention in Prince George and, appeared in Fort St. John provincial court yesterday, through videoconference.

His case was set back one month and, he will remain in custody and, make his next court appearance, which is likely to deal with bail conditions, on July 9th.

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He’s charged in connection with the death of a seventeen year old Edmonton girl, who was found in distress, at a Fort St. John apartment, on May 18th and, died in hospital as a result of her injuries.

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