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Courtenay man must still face one more criminal charge

A Courtenay man declared by a judge earlier this month to be not guilty of eight charges of sexual interference of a person younger than 16 will face sentencing in February for breaching bail conditions last year.

Robert Yeo, acting as an agent for Wolfgang Busch's lawyer Dale Marshall, agreed to a sentencing date of Feb. 9 Thursday morning at provincial court in Courtenay.

Last January, Busch failed to report to a bail supervisor as directed and he left the province without written consent of the bail supervisor when he left the country.

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