ALBERTA

Trevor Kloschinsky, Rod Lazenby's Accused Killer, To Undergo Further Mental Assessment

11/08/2013 01:36 EST | Updated 01/23/2014 06:58 EST
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CALGARY - A man charged in the death of an Alberta peace officer faces another 30 days of psychiatric assessment to determine if he is fit to stand trial.

Trevor Kloschinsky is charged with first-degree murder in Rod Lazenby's death last year.

Lazenby died in hospital on Aug. 10, 2012, from injuries he received while responding to a dog-related call at Kloschinsky's home in Priddis, just south of Calgary.

Lazenby was an RCMP officer for 35 years, often working undercover in Vancouver.

Kloschinsky, who has been representing himself since he and his lawyer parted company in July, consented to further assessment when he appeared before a judge on Friday.

He is scheduled to return to court Dec. 6.

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