2 men charged in standoff with police on Saskatchewan First Nation – CP

by ahnationtalk on September 21, 2016232 Views

Source: The Canadian Press
Sep 20, 2016 

PUNNICHY, Sask. _ Two men are facing several weapons charges after a standoff with police on a Saskatchewan First Nation.

Punnichy RCMP say they got a call early Sunday morning about threats and firearms at a residence on the Kawacatoose First Nation.

Officers found some suspects at a different residence on the First Nation and tried to take them into custody, but they refused to leave the house.

Police called in more officers, including a crisis negotiator, and say it was resolved without incident a few hours later.

Seven adults were taken into custody and two men from Regina were charged.

Michael David Blueeyes, who is 25, is due in court on Friday while Ricky Charles Longman, who is 24, has a court date of Nov. 8.

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