Regina mom, daughter to appear in court on murder charge
Body of Ray Allen Yacevich found after house fire
Two Regina women are in custody and facing second-degree murder charges after the body of a man was found in a burned-out Regina home.
On March 23, the body of Ray Allen Yacevich, 53, was found following a fire in a home on Wascana Street in the city's North Central area.
Following an autopsy, police determined it was a homicide and they were looking for a mother and daughter who also lived there.
Rosalyn Wilm, 41, and Sarah Wilm, 22, were found near Kamsack, Sask., Tuesday.
Police said their investigation led to second-degree murder charges. The pair were set to make their first appearances in court, in Regina, Tuesday afternoon.
According to a notice from a funeral home, a service for Yacevich, who was also known by the surname Quewezance, was set for Tuesday on the Keeseekoose First Nation, which is near Kamsack.