(SHERBROOKE) Alexandre Martineau, who is facing charges of attempted murder and aggravated assault in the place of his grandfather and the joint of the latter is able to appear.
The result of the psychiatric assessment requested by the crown was released Thursday at the courthouse of Sherbrooke.
According to the prosecutor to criminal prosecution Nathalie Robidoux, the Crown objected to the release of the young man of 21 years.
Recall that the grandfather of 75 and grandmother of 73 years are likely to have been attacked with knives by Martineau, June 9 Mézy on the street.
On June 17, the forensic psychiatrist Dr. Karine Forget had requested an extension of the evaluation on the ability to appear.
Mr. Robidoux had suggested the court to invite the accused to cooperate better in the psychiatric evaluation.
Judge Conrad Chapdelaine, of the Court of Quebec, had mentioned to the individual it was in their interest to collaborate in the evaluation on the ability to appear.
Moreover, the grandfather of Alexander Martineau asked the court to issue a prohibition of contact with him.
The young man has no criminal record, no mental health problems or known consumer had been learned.
Martineau folder will return to court on July 7.