Robbery accused released on conditions
SYDNEY — A 22-year-old Sydney man charged in connection with a weekend robbery has been released from custody on conditions.
Tre Damian Timmons, of Union Street, is charged with possession of a weapon dangerous to public peace (a large kitchen knife), uttering a threat, wearing a disguise in committing an offence, assault with a weapon and robbery.
The charges were filed in connection with a holdup Saturday at Sobeys Fast Fuels on the corner of Prince and Inglis Streets in Sydney. According to Cape Breton Regional Police, a lone man entered the store at around 6:45 a.m. Saturday and fled with the cash register which was discovered a short distance from the store along with a knife. Timmons was released after posting a $5,000 property surety and among the conditions of his release he is to report, in person once a week to regional police, refrain from alcohol and all drugs not prescribed him by a physician, and he is to stay away from Sobeys Fast Fuels. Timmons is now to return to provincial court March 23 to enter pleas.