RCMP have arrested a man from Sandy Bay First Nation after he threatened to kill several people at a home in Portage la Prairie.
On Monday, Jan. 25, officers received a complaint that a man was threatening to kill people and was armed with a conducted energy weapon at a home on 21st Street NW.
Police learned that an argument had broken out at the home while four people were inside when a 40-year-old man began to utter threats and brought out the weapon. The man left the home without injuring anyone.
RCMP seized a conducted energy weapon from the home on 21st Street NW in Portage la Prairie
Officers arrested 40-year-old Bradley Roulette from Sandy Bay First Nation and seized the conducted energy weapon. Roulette, also known as Spike, is facing charges including uttering threats, possession of a prohibited weapon, possession of a weapon contrary to order, and failing to comply with probation.
He remains in custody