A Surrey man has one more chance to respond to charges of breaching probation in connection with an ongoing Coalmont feud.
“This will be the last adjournment,” Judge Michelle Daneliuk told Karl Gatzky Thursday, while Gatzky was appearing by telephone.
Gatzky has yet to enter a plea or retain counsel related to an incident that allegedly occurred in Coalmont in July 2017.
At that time Gatzky was under a probation order that stemmed from a conviction for uttering threats, however late last year that conviction was overturned.
Gatzky said he sent correspondence to the Crown containing information that may see the matter dismissed.
“He [the Crown] might change his mind. There is plenty of evidence there.”
Gatzky told Daneliuk that he must continue to appear by telephone as he does not drive in the winter and is in ill health.
“I have to stay in the house,” he said.