DNA tests ordered in home break-in
DNA testing has been ordered for a Clive-area man accused of breaking into a woman’s home and performing an indecent act on multiple occasions.
Emyr Morris, 29, was arrested in November by police investigating complaints of his activities.
He is charged with five counts of break and enter and one count each of performing an indecent act and criminal harassment.
Morris was to have entered a plea and elected if his case would go to provincial court or Court of Queen’s Bench on Wednesday.
However, an agent acting on his behalf requested that the plea and election be adjourned for a few more weeks to give time for results to come back from DNA tests.
He is to return to court on May 22.