Most of an agreed statement of facts submitted in Lund case
Shayne Lund is depicted in this court sketch created during his appearance in Barrie court Dec. 16, 2013.
Published Monday, January 11, 2016 6:10PM EST
Lawyers still can't agree on some facts in the case of an Orillia man, who's pleaded guilty to crimes against children.
Shayne Lund appeared briefly in a Newmarket courtroom on Monday afternoon, as the Crown submitted most of the agreed statement of facts.
However, there are some details the defence have taken issue with. A hearing date will be set next week for lawyers to deal with those disputed facts.
The next step is a psychiatric assessment, which will help the judge decide if Lund should be deemed a dangerous offender.
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