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Man accused in Listowel standoff makes another court apperarance

A 21-year-old man charged in a lengthy standoff with police in Listowel will be back in court in May.

The Stratford Beacon Herald reports that Nathan Chambers appeared on a video monitor in a Stratford courtroom on Monday as the duty counsel told a judge that he had a letter from the man’s lawyer.

The letter read that a Crown pre-trial has been scheduled, further disclosure was requested, and a follow-up appointment has been scheduled for May 16th with a request for the case to be adjourned until May 17th.

The request was granted and the judge scheduled Chambers to appear by video that day.

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Chambers was first arrested back on February 22nd following the standoff with police at a Listowel home and faces several charges from that incident that have not been tested in court.

Then on April 11, he and a North Perth woman were arrested and charged after police say they assaulted a person with a stun gun and held them against their will.

Chambers faces 13 charges from that incident, none tested in court yet, including assault with a weapon, forcible confinement and flight from police.

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