Grande Prairie RCMP charge four more men following September mall shooting

Must Read

Alberta, Ottawa head to province’s Appeal Court over carbon tax dispute

EDMONTON — About a year ago, Alberta's United Conservative Party leader stood in front of 1,500 raucous supporters and called...

Jason Kenney heads to London to promote Alberta’s energy to international markets

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney heads to the UK today for a trip his office says will highlight...

Court to hear First Nations’ challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

VANCOUVER — Four British Columbia Indigenous groups are set to argue in the Federal Court of Appeal that the...

GRANDE PRAIRIE – RCMP in Grande Prairie have charged 4 more men following the shooting incident on September 15th at the Prairie Mall.

Police say the charges stem from an altercation that took place prior to the single shot being fired that injured 3 people.

Richard VAILLANCOURT (49) of Grande Prairie has been charged with robbery. He will appear in court in Grande Prairie on November 28, 2016.

- Advertisement -

Doug Wheeler (33) of Grande Prairie has been charged with assault. He will appear in court in Grande Prairie on October 19, 2016.

Tevin Watson (24) and Kyle Tyler-Ross (25) both of Grande Prairie have both been charged with failing to comply with conditions. They appeared in court last month.

RCMP say they will not be providing any additional information as the matters are now before the courts.

More Articles Like This