The Crown has served an indictment on Nat Fraser to stand trial for the murder of his wife.
The murder-accused businessman from Elgin will appear at a preliminary hearing at the High Court in Glasgow on October 3 this year.
Fraser is accused of assaulting and being violent towards Arlene by compressing her neck and strangling her.
He is also accused of setting a car alight, removing Arlene’s teeth and disposing of her body in an unknown place whilst acting with others.
It is alleged that Fraser disposed of the said car by transporting it to a scrap yard, all with intent to prevent recovery of it by police officers.
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