The man is accused of killing Naomi Onotera to spend a holiday behind bars

A man accused of killing a BC school teacher who has been missing for more than three months will spend his leave in prison.

Obnes Regis, 49, has been charged with inadvertently murdering and insulting the body to his wife, Naomi Onotera, a teacher-librarian in the Surrey school district.

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For the second time, Regis attended a video link in the Surrey Provincial Courtroom on Thursday, and the matter was moved to next month.

There is no official date for the commencement of his trial.


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Naomi Onotera’s husband was accused of accidentally disappearing


Naomi Onotera’s husband was accused of accidentally disappearing

Onotera disappeared on August 28th. and was last seen leaving his home in Langley City.

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A search of a large community failed to detect any signs of it, and in mid-September, police and a team of forensic experts landed at her home.

On Saturday, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team confirmed that Regis had been arrested and charged.

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Police also confirmed they had found Onotera’s remains, but there was no mention of where they were found.

A team of forensic experts returned to Onotera’s home over the weekend, and homicide investigators described their searches as “ongoing” and “multiple locations.”

Regis is due to return to court for his next appearance on January 11th.

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