A Yorkton man who admitted to a dangerous incident in the city on Remembrance Day, has been sentenced.
Police were called to a home, where 30-year-old Christopher Doering had refused to return his 4-year-old daughter to the spouse he had recently separated from.
Mounties say Doering then came out of his home brandishing a knife, and they had to taser him in order to arrest him.
Back in December, he pleaded guilty to Mischief, Resisting Arrest, and Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose.
In Yorkton Provincial Court this (Tue) morning, Doering received time served of 51 days in custody, 18-months of probation, and a 5-year weapons prohibition.