Jul 04, 2012 - DAHL'S PRELIMINARY INQUIRY SCHEDULED FOR NEXT FEBRUARY (Koralea Boettger case)


One year after a Stettler high school student was killed in a single-vehicle crash, a young Stettler man is scheduled to appear at a preliminary inquiry next February.

Trevor James Dahl, 19, faces multiple charges in connection with the fatal crash.

Dahl didn’t appear in Stettler Provincial Court last week when Judge E. D. Riemer confirmed a preliminary inquiry, set for Feb. 26 and 27, 2013 in Stettler, would determine whether the case has enough evidence to proceed to trial.

Along with two new charges of failing to comply with conditions, Dahl faces charges of operating a motor vehicle causing death, dangerous driving of a motor vehicle causing death, and failing to supply a blood sample.

Stettler RCMP reported that Dahl was heavily intoxicated as the driver of a pickup truck that left a dirt road near Stettler in the early-morning hours of Feb. 11 and crashed into trees, killing passenger Koralea Boettger, 17. At the time, Boettger was a Grade 12 student at William E. Hay Composite High School.

Last week, Dahl was represented in court by an agent for his lawyer.

Source: Stettler Independent News


 

 

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