Accused charged in Vancouver double homicide appears in court
Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam, 25, has not yet entered a plea on charges of killing Marpole couple in home
The young man charged with second-degree murder in the double homicide of a Vancouver couple made a brief court appearance Tuesday morning.
Rocky Rambo Wei Nam Kam, 25, shuffled into the prisoner's box wearing a red T-shirt and red pants, glancing frequently at his family in the Vancouver provincial courtroom.
He was arrested last week in a house only blocks from the Marpole home where Dianna Mah-Jones, 65, and her husband, Richard Jones, 68, were found slain in September.
Kam has not entered a plea, and his lawyer and family declined to comment.
Last week, Vancouver police Chief Adam Palmer said Kam had no apparent connection to the couple, and investigators did not know a motive for the killings.
Kam was born in Hong Kong and moved to Calgary with his family as a teenager, before arriving in Vancouver last July, said Palmer.
With files from Brenna Rose