Accused released again on conditions
SYDNEY — A Westmount man charged with breaching his release conditions was again released from custody after posting $42,000 in cash and property for his bail.
Mohammed Zuraibi Alzoabi, 25, was released in early April on a host of conditions after posting both cash and property to secure his release amounting to just over $30,000. He agreed to abide by a host of conditions.
He is alleged to have breached his conditions by failing to report, in person, to Cape Breton Regional Police and two counts of contacting individuals he was ordered to have no contact.
The offences are alleged to have occurred April 18.
Among the conditions of his release, Alzoabi is prohibited from having contact with two individuals, not to possess any weapons, not to possess or consumer any alcohol or drugs not prescribed to him by a physician, and is to report, in person, once a week to Cape Breton Regional Police.
A Saudi-national, Alzoabi is to turn over his passport to police, abide by a curfew and is not to operate, purchase or be in the front seat of any vehicle.
In initial release in April came after being charged with two counts of criminal harassment and single counts of sexual assault, forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, dangerous driving, assault and uttering a threat.
The offences are alleged to have occurred between August 2016 and March.
He is now scheduled to return to court July 4.