Human remains of an 18-year-old teen girl were found on the Salmon Arm, BC farm where Curtis Sagmoen lives. Sagmoen, a 37-year-old, has been charged in connection with an alleged threat towards a sex worker using a firearm.
Whether any connection between the charges Sagmoen is currently facing, and the human remains of teen Traci Genereaux remains to be seen.
Global News interviewed Kyla Lee on what this means for Sagmoen, who has not been charged with any crime in connection with Genereaux’s remains.
“If it’s just these charges that they end up pursuing they can’t establish enough of a connection Ms. Genereaux’s case, then there’s a chance he’s going to get out.”
“Even though he’s facing six very serious charges, he’s entitled to the presumption of innocence. He doesn’t have a serious criminal history, he’s consented to remain in custody this far, so it shows he’s co-operating.”
Watch Global’s full interview with Kyla Lee here:
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