Punnichy man charged following Regina disturbance pleads guilty

A guilty plea from a Punnichy man facing three charges, stemming from a disturbance at a Regina restaurant on January 19th.

That night, Regina Police were dispatched to a restaurant on Dewdney Avenue, where it was alleged a man was smoking inside the building, throwing rocks at vehicles, and pointing a knife at staff.

A police dog was involved in the arrest, after the suspect would not cooperate with police.

In Regina Court on Friday (Feb. 3), 20-year-old Nakayle Riddel admitted to Breach of Probation, while the other two counts against him – Uttering Threats and Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose – were stayed by the Crown.

He was sentenced to time served.

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