Ashton Carleton Larmond
Place of Birth: Ottawa, Canada;
Ashton Carleton Larmond was arrested in Ottawa, and charged with facilitating terrorist activity, participation in the activity of a terrorist group and instructing to carry out activity for the Islamic State terrorist group.
His brother is Carlos Larmond, who is also charged with terrorism-related offences.
The brothers apparently lived in a two-storey home on Ste.-Cecile Street in Vanier, an Ottawa suburb, but they were raised together and graduated from an Ottawa high school in 2008.
On August 26, 2016, Ashton Larmond was sentenced to a term of penitentiary totalling 17 years, less 894 days, which represents the 595 days spent in custody since his time of arrest, giving him credit at the rate of 1.5 days for 1, on the terrorism count.
He was also convicted of threats of death to correctional officers at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre, unlawfully communicating with his brother after promising the court not to do so, and threatening death to fellow inmates in the OCDC and given a sentence on each of those counts of 12 months concurrent to each other and concurrent to the 17 year sentence.
Suliman Mohamed, a friend of Larmonds who was arrested separately from them at a later date and planned to go to Syria as well but was stopped from doing so by passport troubles, was sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the penitentiary for 7 years, less 889 days, representing credit for 593 days of pre-trial custody at the rate of 1.5 for 1.
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