A person charged with second-degree slay in Saturday’s knife attack in North Vancouver, B.C., refused to leave his cell to participate in a scheduled court appearance by phone Monday morning.
Yannick Bandaogo, 28, faces one depend of second-degree slay.
On Saturday, seven of us have been attacked in and round the Lynn Valley Library in North Vancouver, and one person died as a results of their injuries.
Police relate Bandaogo was arrested in reference to the assaults and underwent surgical treatment for self-inflicted wounds.
Bandaogo, who’s being held at the North Vancouver RCMP detachment, was scheduled to appear at 9: 30 a.m. nonetheless that was delayed while the court waited for a French language interpreter.
Finally, quickly prior to noon, the scheduled appearance started with an RCMP officer appearing by phone to utter the court the suspect would not leave his cell.
Provincial court Arrive to a determination Patricia Janzen agreed to reschedule the appearance for Thursday morning.
Bandaogo was represented in court by responsibility counsel Michael Smith who told the employ he had not had a gamble to allege to his client.
The motive behind the attack is serene under investigation, the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team talked about Monday.
Speaking at a news convention, a detective in the case talked about to this point no connections between the accused and the victims have been identified.
The investigation is serene in its early stages, and Bandaogo’s background is one of IHIT’s focuses at this stage.
They talked about he was known to police in Quebec and Manitoba, nonetheless did not explain distinguished extra rather then to relate he’s the topic of warrants in each provinces.
At this point, they additionally talked about, it does not appear he has ties to any radicalized ride or community and it’s not known what brought him to the West Skim, IHIT talked about.
To date 50 witnesses have been interviewed, as have all six surviving victims.
The individual that died in the attack has not been identified publicly, because the family has requested privacy.