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Princeton man charged with arson, uttering death threats

Accused faces numerous allegations
First court appearance for Luke Pusell, facing numerous charges, was Sept. 14. (File photo)

A Princeton man was in provincial circuit court Sept. 14, charged with arson causing damage, uttering death threats, and two counts of breaching a release order.

Luke Pusell made a first appearance on the charges, and the files were adjourned for one month so that he could retain legal counsel.

Pusell is also charged with assault and two counts of breaching conditions, stemming from alleged incidents three months ago.

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Andrea DeMeer

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