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Man charged with La Salle shooting waives right to bail hearing

At 7:30 am on April 30, an altercation erupted involving three men standing outside a residential building. While the men were fighting, one of them pulled out a gun and fired.

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A man who allegedly fired a gun and strayed through a nearby apartment window during an altercation in La Salle waived his right to a bail hearing.

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LaSalle resident Daniel Khet, 29, appeared before Quebec Court Judge Genevieve Graton via videoconference in a Montreal court on Thursday. Through his attorney, Maxine Raymond, Keto admitted that had there been a bail hearing, the king would have been responsible for keeping him in custody.

The attorney also informed the court that some of what happened on April 30 was captured on video, but not the moment the firearm was fired.

Khet has pleaded not guilty to each of the four charges facing him.

Graton gave orders that Quett had no contact with men who were victims or witnesses to the shooting.

Raymond also told a judge that Keto will face a four-day trial in front of a judge alone next June on four charges he faces in connection with the shooting.

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At 7:30 am on April 30, an altercation erupted involving three men standing outside a residential building. While the men were fighting, one of them pulled out a gun and opened fire.

“A bullet hit the courtyard window of a nearby apartment and shattered the window. One person was inside at the time. Luckily, she was not hit by the shot.” He fled the scene in his car minutes later,” Montreal police said in a release after Keto was arrested on May 10.

He was charged with reckless firing of a firearm, possession of a restricted or prohibited firearm, careless use of a firearm, and carrying a concealed weapon. He has been charged with violating a court order barring him from possessing a weapon for 10 years.

The order was issued in a case in which Khet was sentenced to 26 months in prison on November 12, 2018 after pleading guilty to armed robbery and making threatening remarks. During the 2017 Grand Prix weekend, Kate and his accomplice assaulted and robbed a man on his way to his Grasse motel room at Notre Dame.

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Man charged with La Salle shooting waives right to bail hearing

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