Teneycke case adjourned to later date

The bail hearing for the Okanagan Falls man facing charges of breach of probation order, failing to stop when requested by police and flight from a police officer was adjourned to a later date, Monday.

Michael Welsh, the defence lawyer for Ronald Teneycke, advised the Penticton court there is a third file in process, and he expects there to potentially be new charges.

Teneycke, a convicted sex offender, was arrested by Penticton RCMP officers early March 13 on a rural road outside of Okanagan Falls.

The arrest was in response to an incident that took place the previous day.

Teneycke, thin, with long hair, appeared by video from Kamloops Regional Correctional Centre. 

He was recently released from jail after serving a six month sentence for drug possession.



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