Traced after a three-day trip, Éric Nolet will now have to convince the court that he can be released.
C ‘is a litany of accusations that were brought against him on Wednesday in front of Helen Fabi judge of the Quebec Court of the courthouse of Sherbrooke.
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Nolet allegedly spousal violence against his spouse in the early evening Saturday, in a housing on the rue de l’Ancêtre in the Deauville sector, before fleeing. The woman has suffered serious injuries, but her life is not in danger.
For acts committed against his spouse on April 29, Nolet is accused of death threats, armed assault, assault causing injury, simple assault, kidnapping, carrying a weapon, or a knife, in a dangerous design and breach of probation.
A start of police pursuit took place after he left the scene of the assault, but was soon abandoned. Nolet then left his vehicle in downtown Sherbrooke and he fled on foot.
His car was seized and a search was conducted at the victim’s home on Sunday.
Police escapes and dangerous driving charges have been authorized by the criminal prosecutor, Geneviève Crépeau.
A notice of research had been launched earlier this week to find Nolet. He surrendered at the Sherbrooke Police Service headquarters on Tuesday.
Me Benoit Gagnon of the legal aid that defends Éric Nolet fixed the investigation on release of his client on May 10th.