New dates set for Sagmoen

The North Okanagan man accused of violent crimes against women has had dates set for two pretrial conferences and one trial. 

A pretrial conference for Curtis Wayne Sagmoen will be heard on Jan. 24 on charges assault causing bodily harm and assault, with a trial date not yet set.

A pretrial conference has also been set for August regarding eight charges stemming from alleged violence against a woman. 

The trial date for those offences is set for Sept. 9, 2019.

He is also facing serious charges in Maple Ridge after he allegedly assaulted a sex trade worker.

A five-day trial in Port Coquitlam on those charges starts Feb. 4.

In early December, Sagmoen was given an absolute discharge after pleading guilty to mischief causing damage to property.

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