New psychiatric assessment for man accused of killing former Calgary broadcaster
CALGARY — A man accused of killing former Calgary broadcaster Bill Powers and his wife has been ordered to undergo more psychiatric assessment.
Powers and his wife Donna Lee were found stabbed to death July 4 in their home.
Derek Puffer, 35, is charged with two counts of second-degree murder.
Puffer was their stepson and lived in the basement of the Powers’ home.
He was ordered to undergo a 30-day psychiatric assessment when he appeared in court July 8.
A judge Wednesday ordered further assessment until Sept. 6.