Accused in Nunavik vehicle attack denied bail
Kevin Crow remains in custody in Amos
A Nunavik man accused of attempted murder following an alleged vehicle attack was denied bail during a July 31 hearing.
On June 26, Kevin Crow, 28, is accused of driving an SUV into two women on an all-terrain vehicle in Umiujaq.
In addition to attempted murder, Crow faces charges of assault, assault with a weapon, aggravated assault, dangerous driving, impaired driving, and causing a vehicle accident resulting in bodily harm, all related to the June 26 attack.
A Quebec court judge denied Crow bail on July 31, noting the violent nature of the incident and the risk of re-offence, said Crown prosecutor Carmen Aubé.
Crow remains in custody in the Amos detention centre.
Both women struck in the incident were severely injured and had to be medevaced to a Montreal hospital to undergo surgery.
One of the women had her right foot amputated. She remains in a Montreal rehabilitation centre.
Crow is scheduled to appear in court again on Aug. 18.