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Man Charged After Threatening Group of People with Stun Gun

January 27, 2021 11:14 AM | News

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Portage la Prairie Seizure

A conducted energy weapon seized from a Portage la Prairie home on January 25, 2021. (RCMP HANDOUT)

A man from Sandy Bay First Nation has been charged after allegedly threatening to kill people at a Portage la Prairie residence.

RCMP received a report that the suspect was also brandishing a conducted energy weapon at a home on 21st Street NW when the incident occurred on January 24.

Police say an argument broke out between four people, when the 40-year-old suspect uttered threats and brought out the weapon. He left the scene without injuring anyone.

Bradley Roulette, also known as Spike, faces several charges, including failing to comply with probation.

Police seized the weapon at the time of the arrest when they attended the home on January 25.

Roulette remains in custody.


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