A Claresholm woman charged in connection with the murder of a Fort Macleod man will be back in court next month.

37-year-old Michelle Toth and 51-year-old Edward Goodrich are charged with accessory after the fact to murder and interfering with a dead body. 

Three other people face murder charges and remain in custody.

They are all accused in the death of Lane Tailfeathers of Fort Macleod, who was reported missing on June 23, 2021. 

A month later his remains were found in a remote area near Crowsnest Pass. 

Toth's lawyer asked to have her matters adjourned to August 10, 2022.

Toth was recently released on bail and placed under the supervision of her father in Claresholm.

Toth must report to the RCMP weekly, remain in Alberta, and obey a curfew along with several other conditions.