Parole Board of Canada has ordered a former Hells Angels associate facing charges in the deaths of his parents and brother be detained beyond his legislated statutory release date.
Denis Jerome Labossiere is currently serving a sentence of six years for drug trafficking. He was scheduled to reach his statutory release date on Jan. 18, 2011.
Offenders are usually released after serving two-thirds of their sentence.
But the board felt Labossiere would be ``likely to commit an offence causing serious harm to another person'' if released.
Labossiere will stand trial next year on three charges of first-degree murder in the deaths of his parents and brother in St. Leon in 2005.
The trio were shot execution style before their farmhouse was burned to the ground.