Rul­ing on al­leged double mur­der set for April

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KITCH­ENER — Glenn Bau­man will find out in April whether he will stand trial for mur­der in the deaths of a Welles­ley Town­ship woman and her daugh­ter.

Bau­man’s pre­lim­i­nary hear­ing, held to de­ter­mine if the case is strong enough to go to trial, wrapped up this week in Kitch­ener.

Jus­tice Craig Parry will rule on April 6 whether Bau­man, 44, will stand trial for first-de­gree mur­der, a lesser of­fence or not at all.

He is charged with two counts of first-de­gree mur­der and two counts of com­mit­ting an in­dig­nity to a body.

Bau­man’s com­mon-law wife, Linda Daniel, 47, and her daugh­ter, Cheyenne Daniel, 13, were re­ported miss­ing in De­cem­ber 2015 by fam­ily. They were last seen in July 2011.

In Septem­ber 2016, po­lice found hu­man re­mains in­side the Daniels’ two-storey house at 3670 Hessen Strasse Rd. and in the back­yard. The house is near St. Cle­ments.

Bau­man was ar­rested in the Al­berta town of Val­leyview, north­west of Ed­mon­ton, where he ap­par­ently drove an oil­field truck.

Linda Daniel was a stay-ath­ome mom. Cheyenne Daniel had at­tended Lin­wood Pub­lic School.

Cheyenne Daniel

Linda Daniel

Glenn Bau­man

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