Curtis Sagmoen appears in Port Coquitlam court on assault charge

Curtis Wayne Sagmoen faces numerous charges stemming from four separate alleged incident involving sex trade workers. File photo

An Okanagan man whose property was the site of a large scale police search last year made a brief court appearance Thursday morning.

Curtis Sagmoen appeared via video link in a Port Coquitlam courthouse on an assault facing bodily harm charge. The charge is connected to an incident in Maple Ridge in 2013.

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Sagmoen will remain in custody until his next court date on May 9 on this matter.

Sagmoen also faces assault charges stemming from alleged incidents in the summer of 2017.

In October of last year the remains of 18-year-old Vernon teen Traci Generaux were found on Sagmoen’s Okanagan farm.

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No charges have been laid in connection with that discovery.