Trial for New Waterford man to con­tinue in May

Cape Breton Post - - CAPE BRETON -

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.

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