The man accused of fatally stabbing a Mountie in Burnaby, B.C., has made a quick appearance in provincial court in Vancouver.
Jongwon Ham appeared nearly in court on Wednesday after a major delay. He was carrying a pink shirt and a beard, with black hair reaching previous his shoulders.
Ham was ordered remanded till Nov. 24 whereas he labored on getting a lawyer.
The 37-year-old has been charged with first-degree assassination in the loss of life of RCMP Const. Shaelyn Yang.
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has mentioned Yang, who was 31, was engaged on a psychological well being and outreach crew when she was stabbed to loss of life on Oct. 18.
Police mentioned Yang and a City of Burnaby worker tried to problem an eviction discover to a person who had been dwelling in a tent at a neighborhood park when she was killed.
Yang was honoured earlier this month with a regimental funeral in accordance with RCMP protocols for an officer who dies in the road of obligation.