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Man accused for forcible confinement granted release on conditions

A man co-accused of keeping another person confined to a Lloydminster house has been granted his release.

Jason Palsich will be released from the Saskatoon Correctional Centre on conditions. They include staying at a residence in Paradise Hill, he cannot be in possession of any weapons or drugs, he is not allowed to contact the other man co-accused in the case, Luke Dean, as well as others involved in the case. He must stay in contact with a probation officer and is not allowed to travel to Lloydminster unless given permission by a probation officer.

He appeared via CCTV in Lloydminster Provincial Court on September 3rd and agreed to the conditions.

The 37-year-old was arrested following an RCMP search of a house in the 400 block of 44th Street, Lloydminster. RCMP was informed by a victim that the two men had allegedly assaulted them and confined them to the house before being able to flee.

Palsich is facing multiple charges including forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, robbery with a weapon, uttering threats and extortion.

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The charges against the accused have not been proven in court. He is scheduled to appear in Lloydminster Provincial Court on September 28th.

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