A Meadow Lake man charged with firearms-related offences, uttering threats, robbery and breach of probation was granted bail.
Cassidy Dillon Regan, 29, had a show cause hearing in Meadow Lake Provincial Court July 6 and was released.
The Saskatchewan Emergency Response Team arrested Regan at a house on the 500 block of 6 Avenue West in Meadow Lake on April 19 after police received reports of threats with the use of firearms.
While the ERT was driving to Meadow Lake to take down Regan, Meadow Lake RCMP received another call in that community about threats made at a second home on the 200 block of 2nd Street West. The Meadow Lake RCMP cordoned off that home and contained it until the ERT was finished arresting Regan at the first home.
The ERT then went to the second home where they found a woman with a sawed-off .22 calibre rifle, a collapsible baton and several knives. They arrested Cory Bouvier, 30, and Monica Bouvier, 24. RCMP haven’t said whether the incidents in the two homes only hours apart on the same evening are connected.
Monica Bouvier is charged with several weapons offences as well as robbery, mischief and obstruction of a peace officer. She was released on bail in April and is scheduled to appear in Meadow Lake Provincial Court on July 13 to enter a plea.
Cory Bouvier is charged with several weapons offences and robbery. Bouvier was initially seeking bail but consented to his remand during an appearance in Meadow Lake Provincial Court in June, He pleaded not guilty and a trial is scheduled for July 16 in Meadow Lake Provincial Court. The Crown is calling two witnesses and the trial is expected to last about half a day.
Regan is scheduled to appear in Meadow Lake Provincial Court on July 27 to enter a plea.