Orléans man arrested on a terrorism peace bond

A young Orléans man with a history of schizophrenia was captured by the RCMP last month over worries he would engage in terrorism.Abdulmuti Elmi's episodes

have landed him in trouble with the law in the past now he's landed on the radar of the RCMP's counter-terrorism unit and in June he was jailed on a terrorism peace bond.The Mounties state they feared Elmi was about to devote terrorism. He was planning to leave the nation to wage jihad abroad, according to sworn June 11 court filings by Const. Claude Champagne.Elmi was needed to deal with a surety in Orléans and abide by the regular and discipline of the house, inning accordance with court records.But Ottawa authorities say Elmi contravened and was at large on June 22 when they charged the psychologically ill male for opening a bag of chips at an Elgin Street benefit store without spending for them. He discarded some of the chips on the flooring and, when asked if he was going to pay for them, stated he wanted to go to jail. Ottawa police officially charged him with mischief for damaging the bag of potato chips. The cops also charged him with break-in for allegedly taking money.Back in May-- a month before he was detained on the RCMP terrorism bond-- Elmi was charged with assaulting a man with a liquor bottle. He was also charged with shoplifting at the LCBO's huge store at 50 Rideau Street.This. week, Elmi pleaded guilty to assault and theft under $5,000. He will now be subjected to a mental-health assessment prior to he is sentenced.The"Worry of Terrorism Offence"needs Elmi to obey his bond conditions for approximately 12 months, inning accordance with court filings.Elmi's defence attorney, Jessica Abou-Eid, declined to comment.gdimmock@postmedia.com!.?.!