Laglace charges moved to February

Stacy Ray Laglace, 32, made a brief appearance in Dawson Creek court Jan. 12, and will appear in early February to finally hear a formal reading of his charges.

No plea has been entered so far, and he was appointed Vancouver based lawyer Tony Laagemat as his counsel in August 2020.

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Laglace was arrested in Fort St. John in June 2020, during a shoplifting investigation at Walmart.

He faces a long list of 21 charges, including aggravated assault, discharging a firearm with intent, kidnapping, and robbery. Laglace was scheduled for arraignment several times last summer, with the dates being moved by the courts.

He remains in custody.

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