TRURO - Four North River residents charged under the proceeds of crime legislation had their matters adjourned in provincial court yesterday.
Curtis Blair Lynds, 36, is charged with 41 counts of possession of proceeds of crime and two counts of laundering the proceeds of crime.
His lawyer advised the provincial court an application would be made in Supreme Court to have Lynds severed from two co-accused in the case - Randy Lynds and Jessica Hamilton.
Both Randy Lynds, 56, and Hamilton, 29, are facing two counts of possession of proceeds of crime.
The matters have all been adjourned until Nov. 13 at 9:30 a.m.
Curtis Lynds is also facing a charge of assisting Jeffrey Lynds escape, knowing Jeffrey Lynds murdered Randy Mersereau.
A focus hearing on the charge scheduled for yesterday was adjourned until the same date of the other charges.
Curtis Lynds' brother, Christopher, 35, is also facing 26 counts of possession of proceeds of crime and one charge of laundering proceeds of crime.
Janice Lynds, 55, has been charged with one count of possession of proceeds of crime.
Both have been adjourned until Oct. 3 at 9:30 a.m. for Christopher Lynds to put his position in writing for the courts. The defence counsel appearing for Christopher Lynds was for that day only.
All were charged in November of 2008 following a sweeping drug raid in Central Colchester in September of 2007.