Trial for New Waterford man to continue in May
SYDNEY — A New Waterford man has been released on conditions and will return to court in May for the continuation of his trial. David Clifford MacLean-Devoe, 23, is charged with armed robbery, wearing a mask in committing an offence, carrying a weapon dangerous to public peace (a knife), assault with a weapon and assault. He and a co-accused are alleged to have robbed a cab company while armed with a knife. The incident is to have occurred last Oct. 25 in New Waterford. A provincial court trial for the accused began this week and was adjourned until May 12. Among the conditions of his release, MacLean-Devoe is to have no contact with three individuals and is to stay away from the taxi company. He is also to abide by a curfew and refrain from alcohol and drugs not prescribed to him by a physician.