By The Canadian Press
PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — A 66-year-old man charged with second-degree murder in the disappearance and alleged slaying of a Cape Breton fisherman has had his bail hearing delayed until later this month.
James Joseph Landry is one of four people charged after Phillip Boudreau vanished earlier this year. A judge in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Port Hawkesbury said he wanted more time to look over evidence before making a ruling. The bail hearing has been adjourned until Oct. 16. Three other people charged in the case have been granted bail. Boudreau hasn’t been seen since June 1, when his overturned boat was found in Petit-de-Grat harbour.