Woman’s body may have been put in wood chipper

LAC LA BICHE — A northern Alberta man accused of second-degree murder and committing an indignity to a body in the death of his wife has made a brief court appearance.

LAC LA BICHE — A northern Alberta man accused of second-degree murder and committing an indignity to a body in the death of his wife has made a brief court appearance.

The case against Trevor Bobocel, 38, of Wandering River, Alta., was put over until March 28.

Police say that three days ago, they found human remains believed to belong to Roxanne Bigelow, 34.

Police say there is a possibility the woman’s body was put through a wood chipper.

Bobocel said very little during his brief court appearance Monday except that he understood the charges against him.

Bigelow ran an after-school program at a Youth Centre, was part of parent council at school and worked as a janitor.

She was also described as a loving mother to five children.