Three Men Charged In Armed Standoff To Go To Trial

Three people arrested in connection with an armed standoff at the Ebb and Flow First Nation, have appeared in court again.

Last July, Ste. Rose RCMP received a report of three men with outstanding warrants at a residence on the reserve, and after the surrender of a firearm, followed by several explosions that caused a fire at the home, they turned themselves in.

37-year-old Manuel Houle, 28-year-old Lyle Malcolm, and 27-year-old Tyson Racette appeared in Dauphin Court yesterday.

They had their matters adjourned for trial in July.

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