UXBRIDGE: The accused in the February slaying of Uxbridge's Richard Morrison made a court appearance this week, ahead of the case moving to a judicial pre-trial next month.
On Monday, April 14, 26-year-old Uxbridge resident Cole Henderson made an appearance over video in an Oshawa court.
During the appearance, the lawyer for Mr. Henderson said he had recently received a DVD, which contains 1,600 pages of information relating to the case.
Mr. Henderson will appear in person on Friday, May 16. On Friday, March 7, Mr. Henderson was arrested and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Richard Morrison, who was found dead in his home on Galloway Cres. in the Quaker Village neighbourhood of Uxbridge in the early morning hours of Feb. 28 with what police have described as "obvious signs of trauma."