Charges laid in connection with alleged homicide near Fillmore

One person has been charged following an alleged homicide in southeast Saskatchewan. 

Fillmore RCMP received a silent 911 call in the afternoon of March 31. Officers tracked the origin of the call to the RM of Golden West and went to a rural residence.

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At the residence, police officers located an 18-year-old male wandering around the farmyard. Upon further investigation, officers located the body of a 69-year-old male a short distance from the residence.

The 18-year-old man was arrested at the scene. He is the grandson of the deceased and had been residing at the rural residence.

The accused, Cody James Nagy, has been charged with first-degree murder under the Criminal Code and indignity to human remains, also under the Criminal Code. His next court appearance will be April 16.

The victim has been identified as Randall Dayman.

Both Nagy and Dayman are listed as residents of the RM of Golden West. 

The Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes Unit South and Saskatchewan RCMP Forensic Identification Section are assisting with the investigation.

Nagy appeared in Estevan Provincial Court by phone on April 2 at 9:30 a.m.

No further details were immediately available. 

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