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Gang members accused of chopping off women’s fingers headed to trial

Jerrico Lasas, Ronald Campbell, and Brian Maurice will stand trial in October.

MEADOW LAKE – Trials have been set for three of five people charged in connection to an incident where two women had fingers cut off.

The trial for Jerrico Lasas, Ronald Campbell, and Brian Maurice is scheduled for Oct. 26 in Meadow Lake Provincial Court.

Co-accused Kayla Lasas appears in court next July 11 to speak to her matter and Chantal Roy is still wanted by police.

All five were charged following three separate incidents that occurred on the same day. Meadow Lake RCMP say that all three incidents are related and involve street gangs.

The five have each been charged with two counts of kidnapping using a prohibited firearm, two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of uttering threats, using a firearm in the commission of an offence, and possession of a firearm knowing its possession is unauthorized.

The three incidents

According to Meadow Lake RCMP, on Feb. 11, they received a report that a man was banging on the door of a home in Meadow Lake and yelling that someone was going to shoot him. A vehicle pulled up to the residence, a man got out and forced him into the vehicle.

About 10 minutes later, police got a call that a woman had three fingers cut off and was seeking help at a home in Meadow Lake.  Five minutes later, police got a report that a second woman had two fingers cut off, had serious injuries, and was seeking help at a home on Flying Dust First Nation. Both women were taken to hospital.

Roy remains at large. She is 5-foot-4, 130 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes and a butterfly tattoo on her right wrist and a mother-holding-child tattoo on her left arm. Police say she may be in Meadow Lake.

If anyone has information on these incidents, or Roy's whereabouts, please contact Meadow Lake RCMP at 306-236-2570. Information can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or