VIOLENT HOME INVASION
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(PIKANGIKUM FIRST NATION, ON) – The second concerning allegations coming out of Pikangikum today involves a violent break and enter.

A 21-year-old Kaila Pascal is alleged to have broken into someones home, and then started beating at least 2 people with a wooden spindle.

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This isn’t Pascal’s first rodeo, either. Just a few weeks ago on September 22nd, 2018, Pascal is facing allegations of assault with a weapon from that date.

Today’s courtroom saw Justice of the Peace, Bernard Caron presiding, along with Crown Attorney Rob Kozak and duty counsel lawyer Lianne Roberge.

Pascal’s newest charges are:

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  • Break and enter to commit an indictable offence (assault with a  weapon) (wooden spindle)
  • Assault with a weapon (wooden spindle)
  • Assault with a weapon (wooden spindle)

The Crown states that he is opposed to her release citing the secondary ground concerns. Secondary ground concerns indicate that the Crown believes that the accused is likely to re-offend or become a public safety concern.

The Crown and duty counsel both submit that a remand to October 9th in a Kenora courtroom would be ideal.

Justice of the Peace Caron orders Pascal to remain in custody, pending her next court appearance on October 9th.

She is escorted back to her jail cell, where she will wait for prisoner transport to the Kenora District Jail, where she will be until at least October 9th.

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