Ruling on alleged double murder set for April
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.