(KENORA, ON) – It’s a very sad situation when a woman gets assaulted by a man, and to make it worse, her dog gets a boot during the incident as well. A picture frame and Nintendo Switch was damaged as well.
Appearing in a Thunder Bay bail court this morning by telephone from the Kenora detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is 41-year-old Louis Cameron. Running court today is Justice of the Peace Jennifer Neill, Crown Attorney Pasloski and duty counsel lawyer Andrew Desmoulin.
Cameron is facing the following criminal charges stemming from a July 13th incident:
- Assault on a woman.
- Cause harm to a dog (boxer).
- Mischief causing damage under $5000 (picture frame).
- Mischief causing damage under $5000 (Nintendo Switch).
The Crown informs the court that they did not get a file for this case and are not prepared to make a decision without it. The matter is requested to be remanded until tomorrow in Kenora where the file will be present. Also, a request for Cameron not to contact two people is put forth.
Duty counsel acknowledges the issue and consents to the remand until tomorrow in Kenora. Further, duty counsel informs Cameron that he needs to contact duty counsel in Kenora to help his case along.
Justice of the Peace Neill grants the remand and the no-contact orders. Cameron is ordered to stay in jail until at least tomorrow.
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