The man charged after remains of murdered Oshawa teen Rori Hache were found in his basement apartment, will face a preliminary hearing this fall.
Set to begin on Oct. 15, the preliminary hearing of Adam Strong is slated to last a full week inside an Oshawa courtroom. Strong has been charged with indecent interference with a dead body.
While the DRPS have ruled Hache’s death a homicide, a murder charge has yet to be laid in the case.
Strong, 45, was arrested in December after human remains were found in his basement apartment on McMillan Drive in Oshawa. The remains were later identified as belonging to 18-year-old Hache, an Oshawa teen who went missing in August 2017. Her torso was found floating in the Oshawa harbour in September.
In March, it was announced that Oshawa criminal lawyer Tom Balka would be defending Strong.