Two people charged with the murder of Ryan Lane will be going to trial.
The 24-year-old’s remains were discovered in November 2012 in a remote location near Beiseker, northeast of Calgary, after he had been missing since February of that year.
According to a preliminary hearing report, there is enough evidence to send Timothy Rempel and Sheena Cuthill to trial for first-degree murder.
Police allege Lane was lured to a parking lot on Country Hills Boulevard, kidnapped and later killed by Rempel and his wife Cuthill — the mother of Lane’s daughter.
More arguments will be heard in August regarding whether a third suspect, Wilhelm Rempel, should also stand trial.