Murder suspect to remain in custody

Ashcroft man charged with second degree murder remains in jail

At a bail hearing on June 30, Shane Gyoba was remanded in custody until July 21. He will appear in court again on that date for an arraignment hearing.

Gyoba, a 27-year-old Ashcroft man, has been charged with second degree murder in the death of longtime Ashcroft resident Ed Gyoba, the accused’s uncle. The crime took place at Ed Gyoba’s residence in Ashcroft on June 2. A candlelight vigil for the victim was held at the Heritage Park on June 3, and was attended by more than 150 people.

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