(THUNDER BAY, ON) – The Lac Seul detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police has arrested and detained a 34-year-old Terrance Angeconeb regarding an incident that unfolded at a home that turned violent. There was a number of people in the home who witnessed the situation, and one person was allegedly victimized.
The allegations are that an assault and threat to cause death took place after a night of reverie and people that were present at the soiree were categized at the place of an innocent males home. It was a peaceful gathering other than the outburst that Angeconeb was alleged.
Her Worship, Justice of the Peace Denette Maslach was presiding joined by Crown Attorney Misbah Haque along with duty counsel lawyer Morris. Angeconeb appeared in a Thunder Bay bail court this morning via a telephone call from the Lac Seul OPP detachment.
Angeconeb is facing the following criminal charges stemming from that incident on December 15th, 2018:
- Uttering threats to cause death
The Crown was initially going to consent to Angeconeb’s release, but he states that new information that has come across his desk within the last five minutes is making him change his decision. He tells the court that he has primary and secondary ground concerns which prevent him from consenting to Angeconeb’s release. Crown Attorney Haque has been informed that the police are concerned with the alleged victim’s safety as well.
He tells the court that he intends to show cause as to why Angeconeb should remain in jail and also requests that Angeconeb is prohibited by court order not to contact 8 people, one of which is an alleged victim and 7 witnesses.
Angeconeb is self-represented and has refused duty counsel’s help, he is offered by the Justice of the Peace a court date of tomorrow in Sioux Lookout. He agrees and is held in custody on consent. Angeconeb will appear in person on the 10:30 am list in Sioux Lookout bail court.