A man accused of murder in Weyburn’s first homicide since 1995 has been granted bail.
Upon his release, Muxlow must follow a number of conditions that include staying inside his residence 24 hours a day and to avoid contact with specific individuals related to his case.
Weyburn police said Hutt was one of three men who entered the residence in the 300-block of 4th Street NE.
Another man suffered stab wounds, while a third man turned himself into police the next day, according to police.
Police said Dominick Hawkes, 23, and William McLeod, 25, both from Weyburn, are facing charges that include break-and-enter and committing assault.
Three women were later charged, aged 18 to 21, with accessory after the fact and obstructing justice, as well as possessing a weapon without a licence, according to police.
Muxlow’s bail was set at $10,000 and he is due back in court in Weyburn on March 12.