Arson suspects in GUF fire first appearance

The first appearance in court on Nov. 20 of four young men accused of arson resulted in a stay to consult legal counsel.

  • Dec. 4, 2012 2:00 p.m.

The first appearance in court on Nov. 20 of four young men accused of arson resulted in a stay to consult legal counsel.

Cole Godard and three others, who can not be named because they were all underage at the time of the alleged incident, appeared in Fort St. James Provincial Court but did not enter a plea yet.

The four accused were arrested in connection with the suspected arson of the Integris Recycling Centre, a project of the Greening Up Fort St. James Society.

All four are scheduled to make a second appearance in the Fort St. James courtroom on Dec. 4.

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