Panovski Murder Case Adjourned To October 27

70-year-old Boris Panovski arrives at the Goderich courthouse to be formally charged in the shooting death of Don Frigo. September 22nd, 2014. Photo by: Bob Montgomery

The suspect facing murder charges in a shooting death at Hullet Wildlife Area has had the case adjourned until October 27.

A more subdued Boris Panovski appeared by video at the Goderich Court house today, with a Macedonian interpreter at the court house to explain everything.

The 70-year-old Scarborough man was arrested two weeks ago, and charged in the shooting death of 70-year-old Don Frigo of Caledon East.

Frigo was killed September 13 while riding horses with his wife at the Hullett Wildlife Area in Central Huron. His wife was injured.

The crown explained that a first degree murder case needs a lot of preparation, and they are still preparing for disclosure.

Panovski’s next appearance in Goderich court will again be by video.

Both Panovski and Frigo were gun-dog enthusiasts, and had been friends years ago.