Plea date set for Scotchtown man charged with multiple offences
SYDNEY — A Scotchtown man has consented to a further remand and is expected to enter pleas Jan. 15 to a host of offences.
Daniel Joseph Gottwald, 36, is charged with assault and uttering threat that was alleged to have occurred Jan. 1 in Scotchtown.
He is also charged with three counts of breaching court orders — failing to behave, attend court and staying out of places where alcohol is served — that allegedly occurred Sept. 1. In addition, Gottwald is charged with attempted armed robbery, wearing a mask in committing an offence and possession of a weapon dangerous to public peace (a knife). The offences are alleged to have occurred July 20 at a Sydney gas station.
He is also facing charges of impaired driving, refusing a breathalyzer demand and two counts of breaching court orders — failing to behave and failing stay away from drugs and alcohol — which allegedly occurred Aug. 5 in Dominion.