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Red Deer RCMP charge man with several offences after Glendale incident

Red Deer man faces 24 Criminal Code charges after he was found armed and barricaded in a residence

A Red Deer man faces 24 Criminal Code charges after he was found armed and barricaded in a residence on Gailbraith Street in Red Deer on April 4, 2019.

Christopher Sinclair (36) of Red Deer has been charged with:

  • Three counts of assault with weapon
  • Three counts of pointing a firearm
  • Five counts of unauthorized possession of a firearm
  • Two counts of possession of weapon for a dangerous purpose
  • Possession of property obtained by crime under $5,000
  • Seven counts 0f failure to comply with condition of recognizance
  • Three counts of using a firearm in commission of offence

Sinclair has been remanded into custody after a judicial hearing and will be appearing in Red Deer Provincial Court April 15, 2019.

-Submitted by the Red Deer RCMP

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