Guilty Pleas From A Manitoba Man On Firearm Charges

A new court date has been set for a man who pled guilty to charges, stemming from when The Pas RCMP responded to a threat call at a home in the R.M of Kelsey last year. On November 15th, a man reported that he had attended a residence, and was threatened with a firearm by another man. One man and a woman were arrested, and a search of the home turned up a firearm. In May, 57-year-old Anthony Ross, of the R.M. of Kelsey, pled guilty to Possession of a Firearm While Prohibited and Possession of a Firearm Without a License, with the remaining charges stayed by the Crown. He will return to The Pas Court on November 2nd, for sentencing.

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