Laglace charges moved to November

Stacy Ray Laglace, 32, made a brief appearance in Dawson Creek court this morning, and will next appear in November to set a date for his matters.

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

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Laglace was arrested in Fort St. John on June 28, 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 over the summer, with dates being moved.

He remains in custody. RCMP had been searching for Laglace since January.

- with files by Tom Summer

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