Adam Thomas’ bail hearing has been adjourned until Friday.
The 27-year-old stands accused in the stabbing of a 30-year-old man in the area of Bridge Street West and Coleman Street early Friday morning. Detective Constable Jill McAuley confirmed the victim suffered three stab wounds from an edged weapon.
He remains in the intensive care unit at Kingston General Hospital where his condition has been upgraded from critical to stable.
Thomas faces charges of assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm, failing to comply with a probation order and four counts of failing to comply with a recognizance.
Like his appearance earlier this week, Thomas appeared Wednesday briefly by video before Justice of the Peace Christopher Peltzer wearing a black Toronto Raptors t-shirt.
No reasoning was given for the delay by Thomas’ lawyer John Wonnacott.
Crown Attorney Adam Zegouras told the court he will be contesting Thomas’ release from custody.
In a separate matter, Thomas was sentenced Wednesday morning on a failing to comply with a probation order charge. Judge Stephen Hunter sentenced Thomas to 12 months probation. As we reported earlier it was to be rolled in with the recent charges however there was a last minute change and sentencing went ahead at 9:30 a.m.
The failing to comply stems from a December 2015 incident in which Thomas was charged with mischief under $5,000 after property was destroyed at a Front Street business.
In April, Thomas pleaded guilty to both the mischief and failing to comply charges. He received a suspended sentence plus 12 months probation for the mischief.