A Meadow Lake man was given a three-month conditional sentence and probation on weapons offences.
Cassidy Dillon Regan, 29, was charged with firearms-related offences, uttering threats and breach of probation after being arrested by the RCMP Emergency Response Team (ERT) in April.
The Meadow Lake RCMP had received calls about threats with the use of firearms. The RCMP ERT team arrested Regan at the residence in the 500 block of 6 Avenue West. He was charged with firearms-related offences, uttering threats and breach of probation
Regan was sentenced in Meadow Lake Provincial Court on Nov. 10 after the Crown and defence gave the court a joint submission. Regan was sentenced to a Community Service Order (CSO) on two firearms charges. A CSO is an alternative to being sent to prison. The accused is required to perform a certain number of hours of community service work. Regan was also given six months probation and banned from owning firearms for 10 years.
At the time that the RCMP ERT team was in Meadow Lake arresting Regan, police received another phone call of more threats with the use of firearms at a residence in the 200 block of 2nd Street West. At that residence, police arrested Cory Bouvier, 30, and Monica Bouvier, 24. Cory Bouvier was charged with weapons and robbery offences. Monica Bouvier was charged with weapons offences, robbery, mischief and obstruction of a peace officer.
In October, Monica Bouvier was sentenced to six months in jail. And Cory Bouvier was sentenced to 360 days in prison. He was also banned from owning firearms for life.