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Clarenville man forbidden from entering Adeytown as condition of release


CLARENVILLE, NL—A Clarenville man was released from police custody Friday, Dec. 29 shortly after being accused of pointing a gun at another man, criminally harassing a woman and possessing a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

Philip Blundon,24, was released on a total of nine conditions, including a condition that he must not enter the community of Adeytown, where a woman he is alleged to have harassed currently lives.

The harassment allegedly continued throughout the month of December.

Blundon faces four charges of dangerous and unlawful use of a firearm related to a Dec. 17 incident, in which he is alleged to have pointed a pump action shotgun at a man. He also faces a charge of possessing a weapon for dangerous purposes on Dec. 24.

Other conditions of his release include remaining away from both the man he is alleged to have pointed the shotgun at, and the woman he is alleged to have harassed, and a firearms and weapon prohibition.

Blundon will appear in Clarenville Provincial court again Jan. 18.

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