Attorney surrenders passport
Photo: Castanet Personnel
An RCMP motor vehicle sits parked outside the house Butch Bagabuyo’s Victoria Avenue office environment on Wednesday.
A Kamloops law firm now free on bail accused of interfering with human stays has been requested to surrender his passport to police.
Butch Bagabuyo, 54, was released on $10,000 bail on Friday afternoon, purchased to reside in a dwelling in Brocklehurst on a selection of demanding situations — which include one demanding he surrender any travel documents to Mounties.
Bagabuyo is charged in relationship with a entire body that was uncovered by law enforcement on March 17 in a automobile parked outside the house a dwelling on Monterey Put, a cul de sac off HIllside Drive in Dufferin.
The overall body was that of Mohd Abdullah, a TRU teacher who experienced been lacking considering the fact that March 11. Police have explained they think Abdullah was murdered.
The murder investigation into Abdullah’s loss of life is ongoing. Police could be viewed this week showing up to execute a research warrant at a home on Columbia Street owned by Bagabuyo, and posted up outside the house his legislation place of work in the 300-block of Victoria Avenue.
Bagabuyo’s bail buy, a copy of which was attained by Castanet, forbids him from attending his Columbia Street household or his Victoria Avenue legislation business. He is also prohibited from having any contact with a range of probable Crown witnesses.
The Crown outlined its case towards Bagabuyo in the course of his bail hearing on Wednesday. All of the proof is protected by a courtroom-ordered ban on publication.
Bagabuyo’s subsequent courtroom visual appearance is slated for April 21.