A police cruiser restricts access to the back of Building 8 at Georgian Blue housing complex on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 in Collingwood, Ont. Scott Dunn/The Owen Sound Sun Times/Postmedia Network
A Collingwood man charged with two counts of second-degree murder is scheduled to return to bail court in Collingwood Feb. 12.Cameron Gardiner, 57, will be brought to court in person to speak to his charges. His first appearance in bail court was Tuesday. Gardiner is charged concerning the Jan. 22 deaths in Collingwood of two Wasaga Beach men: Dean Copkov, 52, and Donovan Bass, 42.Police say they’re still looking for a third, unknown male.Residents in the public housing complex where the deaths occurred said a man who lived with his young daughter in Unit 805 was named Cam. They reported seeing two dead men’s bodies in the fenced yard of that residence in Building 8. That’s the residence where police put yellow tape and a blue tarp over the backyard.News reports have quoted a neighbour who said she heard what she thought sounded like three gunshots. The next morning she saw a body in her neighbour’s backyard. She said she recognized the person.Copkov was identified in a Montreal courtroom as an Ontario-based stuntman who worked on several Hollywood movies, the Montreal Gazette reported. Just before sentencing arguments began, court heard he had been killed. The paper reported his death was being investigated by the OPP after two bodies were found in Collingwood.