Court dates set for accused in Lequiere death

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It will have been more than a year after Josh Lequiere’s death that the two accused in his murder will next appear in court, one for a trial and the other for a preliminary inquiry.

Pamela Joy Moore is charged with being an accessory after the fact in Lequiere’s stabbing death back on May 20. She had entered a not guilty plea on Jan. 5.

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According to B.C. court files, her trial is set to take place in Fort St. John on Sept. 20.

Andre Paul Dupas is charged with second degree murder in Lequiere’s death.

On Jan. 5, he opted to have a preliminary inquiry to determine if the Crown has enough evidence to proceed to a trial. His preliminary inquiry is scheduled for July 11.

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