NORTH BATTLEFORD – Cody Caron loses the $3,000 cash surety he paid to get out of jail last month after he was arrested in North Battleford, again.
Caron, 39, was granted bail in August and placed on 24-hour house arrest in Saskatoon.
Caron was also banned from North Battleford but the RCMP arrested him Saturday, in North Battleford. He was charged with violating his release conditions, resisting arrest, possession of stolen property, and theft of a vehicle using violence.
The Crown reserved election on the new charges and is opposed to his release. He is back in court Sept. 28 and will appear by CCTV from the correctional centre.
Caron also faces four drug trafficking and six weapons-related offences.
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