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Man accused of killing Gregory Cope back in court May 30

Travis Jean was arrested in Lloydminster and charged with first-degree murder.

NORTH BATTLEFORD – A man accused of killing 32-year-old Gregory Cope’s murder will appear in North Battleford Provincial Court by CCTV May 30.

Travis Jean, 34, was arrested in Lloydminster on May 17 and charged with first-degree murder and arson – disregard for human life.

Gregory Cope's remains were found by police on Feb. 27 in the debris of a house fire on 27 Street West in Battleford.

Cope was reported as missing to Battlefords RCMP on Feb. 21.

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