Guilty Plea Entered By Man Involved In Incidents On Neighboring First Nations

One of four people charged in connection with a pair of incidents on neighbouring First Nations, that Carlyle Mounties say are linked, was back in court yesterday.

On July 28th of last year, police were called to investigate an alleged assault outside a business on the Pheasant Rump Nakota First Nation, that left a man seriously injured.

About an hour later, Mounties were notified that someone had discharged a firearm at a vehicle on the White Bear First Nation.

At his appearance yesterday, 19-year-old Cyrus Campeau pled guilty to Assault Causing Bodily Harm, and he will be back in Carlyle Court on July 27th, for sentencing.

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