Trial dates have been set for a Yorkton man charged with Aggravated Assault.
In Yorkton Provincial Court this (Tue) morning, 31-year-old Kim Madsen had his matter adjourned until November 29th.
Last September, Mounties were called to the City Limits Inn, after receiving a report of an assault.
41-year-old Dennis Peepeetch of the Little Bone First Nation was paralysed from the chest down in the incident.
Meanwhile a 49-year-old man facing child pornography charges has had another court appearance.
The lawyer for Karl Vopni (Vop-nee) was in Yorkton Court today (Tue), where he requested a Preliminary Inquiry for October 25th.
He also elected to be tried by Queen’s Bench Judge alone.
Back in February, Vopni was charged with production of child pornography and possession of child pornography, following a months-long investigation.
Also the boy accused of bringing a replica firearm to the Yorkton Regional High School, is back behind bars.
The 16-year-old, who can’t be identified due to his age, was remanded into custody for a one-month psychological and psychiatric assessment in Yorkton Provincial Court this (Tue) morning.
On June 20th, the school was locked down for about an hour, after a report of a possible firearm inside the building.
The boy faces five charges, including possession of a weapon dangerous to the public peace, and carrying a concealed weapon.