Regina's Court of Queen's Bench confirmed Wednesday that Travis Patron has served an 18-month sentence and is now no longer in custody for two counts of assault causing bodily harm.
He was found guilty in June after assaulting two teachers in Regina.
The court said Patron had been in custody for 390 days. He had initially been sentenced for 585 days but was given prior credit and won't have to spend any more time behind bars. This was part of an 18-month concurrent sentence.
Patron is now scheduled to stand trial in Estevan on Sept. 26 in relation to a charge of willfully promoting hate to an identifiable group connected to an anti-semitic video posted on YouTube in June of 2019.