A Wapella man has pleaded guilty to a couple of incidents in that area.
On April 16th, the Moosomin R-C-M-P received a report of a male driver trying to run another driver off the road twice.
When police went to the home of the accused, he pointed a shotgun at them, before finally dropping it.
In Moosomin Provincial Court yesterday (Tue), 54-year-old Garry Steinke pleaded guilty to Dangerous Driving and Pointing a Firearm.
He received 12 months of probation, a 5-year firearm prohibition, a 1-year driving suspension, and 360-dollars in fines.