The co-accused in a case where a victim was allegedly assaulted and confined to a home has been released.
Jason Palsich appeared in Lloydminster Provincial Court on Thursday via CCTV agreeing to conditions that allowed his release from the Saskatoon Correctional Centre.
The conditions include:
- He cannot leave a designated home in Paradise Hill,
- He must stay in contact with his probation officer,
- He is not allowed in Lloydminster unless he has a note from his probation officer,
- He cannot be in possession of any weapons or drugs,
- He cannot have any contact with the other co-acccused, Luke Dean, as well as a number of others involved in the case.
Both Palsich and Dean were arrested after a search warrant was issued at a Lloydminster home in the 400 block of 44th Street.
The two men were involved in an ongoing investigation where a victim was allegedly assaulted and confined to a house before being able to flee.
Both men were charged with forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, uttering threats, robbery with a weapon and extortion.
The allegations haven’t been proven in court.
Palsich is scheduled to appear in Lloydminster Provincial Court on September 28th.
Dean has been remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear in Saskatchewan Provincial Court on September 10th.