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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — An Japanese P.E.I. man accused of 11 offences, together with tried homicide and firing a shotgun at a lady, has pleaded not responsible to the fees.
The accused – Andrew Daniel Blaisdell, 44 – appeared in P.E.I. Supreme Courtroom on Sept. 12 earlier than Chief Justice Tracey Clements.
The entire fees stem from alleged incidents on June 20 in Eglington involving a lady. An Amber Alert was additionally issued that morning involving Blaisdell and the lady’s nine-year-old daughter. The woman was discovered protected in Souris and Blaisdell was arrested.
Specifically, Blaisdell pleaded not responsible in courtroom to breach of probation, theft of the lady’s motorcar, discharging a shotgun with intent to hazard her life, careless use of a shotgun, utilizing a shotgun whereas committing the indictable offence of tried homicide, tried homicide, pointing a shotgun on the girl, possession of a shotgun with out a licence, possession of a shotgun in violation of a courtroom order, possession of a shotgun to commit an offence, and uttering a dying menace to the lady.
The issues initially appeared in provincial courtroom in Georgetown. However on Aug. 3, Blaisdell elected to have the issues heard in P.E.I. Supreme Courtroom. Blaisdell has additionally elected a trial by decide and jury.
Blaisdell appeared in courtroom by video from the Provincial Correctional Centre. Blaisdell was represented in courtroom by defence lawyer Conor Mullin.
The issues have been adjourned to Oct. 17.
Terrence McEachern is a justice reporter with SaltWire in Prince Edward Island. He might be reached by e mail at [email protected] and might be adopted on X @terry_mcn.