A 19-year-old man who was charged with second-degree murder in February had further matters against him adjourned Monday.
Logan Raymond Kenneth MacAusland was not in provincial court where a lawyer acting on his behalf asked for an adjournment on several charges that include assaulting a peace officer and obstructing a police officer.
Chief Judge Nancy Orr adjourned the matter until May 6.
MacAusland is facing multiple charges before different judges in connection with the alleged murder of Cody Robert MacLean in Charlottetown on Feb. 5.
He has been in custody since his arrest.
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