NORTH BATTLEFORD – A man who faces charges in both North Battleford and Saskatoon was granted bail Thursday and was banned from North Battleford.
Cody Caron, 38, appeared in North Battleford Provincial Court by phone from the correctional centre and will be released once he pays the $3,000 cash surety. His bail conditions include a 24-hour house arrest at his Saskatoon home. He isn’t allowed to leave without the prior written permission from his probation officer. He is to reside there until he goes into Residence in Recovery in Lloydminster.
Caron was ordered not to possess or consume non-prescribed drugs or alcohol, not possess any weapons, and is only allowed one cell phone, which must not be a pre-paid pay-as-you-go phone.
Caron is back in North Battleford court Sept. 1 when he is expected to elect how he wants to be tried on four drug trafficking and six weapons-related offences.
He also has a trial scheduled to begin Nov. 8 in Saskatoon Provincial Court.
In March, Caron was the subject of a Battleford RCMP public alert when they were searching for him.
The charges against Caron haven't been tested in court.