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Four people arrested and charged after Aug. 2 incident

RCMP respond to call involving firearm

FROG LAKE - Four people were handed a list of charges following an incident in Frog Lake on Aug. 2.

Members of Elk Point RCMP were dispatched to a residence in Frog Lake First Nations where a man identified as Kyle Laboucane allegedly pointed a firearm at the homeowners, according to RCMP.

"While doing patrols, members of the Elk Point RCMP located the suspect vehicle and initiated a pursuit. A tire deflation device was successfully deployed and the vehicle came to a stop in a field," according to information from RCMP. 

The male driver of the vehicle fled on foot and was eventually located with the help of High Level Police Dog Service. All other occupants were arrested inside the stolen vehicle without incident. 

"A loaded shotgun and bear spray were also located inside that same vehicle," according to RCMP. 

Kyle Laboucane, 26, of Fishing Lake Metis Settlement was charged with:

  • Flight From Police

  • Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle

  • Possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes (x2)

  • Possession of Property obtained by Crime Over $5000

  • Pointing a firearm

  • Possession of firearm contrary to order

  • Unsafe storage of firearm

  • Unauthorized possession of firearm

  • Possession of prohibited firearm

  • Possession of firearm in a motor vehicle

  • Possession of prohibited weapon without licence

  • Fail to comply with a probation order (x3)

  • Uttering threats

  • Display unauthorized licence plate

  • Transporting liquor in an open container

  • Operate a motor vehicle without holding a licence

  • Drive uninsured motor vehicle on highway

Janel Smith, 25, of Frog Lake First Nations was charged with:

  • Flight from police

  • Dangerous operation of Motor Vehicle

  • Possession of weapon for dangerous purposes (x2)

  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

  • Unsafe storage of firearm

  • Unauthorized possession of firearm

  • Possession of firearm in a Motor Vehicle

  • Possession of a prohibited firearm without a licence

  • Failure to comply with an Undertaking (x3)

  • Transporting liquor in a vehicle within easy access of an occupant

  • Possession of property obtained by crime under $5000

Jason Lajimodiere, 34, of Fishing Lake Metis Settlement was charged with:

  • Flight from police

  • Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle

  • Possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes (x2)

  • Unsafe Storage of firearm

  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

  • Possession of firearm in a motor vehicle

  • Possession of a prohibited firearm without a licence

  • Transporting liquor in a motor vehicle within easy access of an occupant

Wilson Desjarlais, 25, of Fishing Lake Metis Settlement was charged with:

  • Flight from police

  • Dangerous operation of a Motor Vehicle

  • Possession of a weapon for dangerous purposes (x2)

  • Unsafe storage of a firearm

  • Possession of property obtained by crime over $5000

  • Unauthorized possession of a prohibited firearm

  • Possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle

  • Possession of a prohibited firearm without a licence

  • Transporting liquor in a vehicle within easy access of an occupant.

Wilson Desjarlais and Jason Lajimodiere were both released on a $1,000 Promise to Pay with conditions to appear in St. Paul Provincial Court on Aug. 27.

Kyle Laboucane and Janel Smith were remanded into custody to appear in St. Paul Provincial Court on Aug. 6. 





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