Man arrested in Saskatchewan after threats, fireworks at Peel police stations


A man is facing multiple charges after allegedly setting off fireworks at three separate Peel police stations earlier this week.

RCMP arrested the 50-year-old man Friday in Saskatchewan on a Canada-wide warrant.

In a press release, Peel Regional Police said the man went to three separate police stations just after 10 p.m. on Sunday and allegedly “projected fireworks” in their direction.

On Thursday police said the man allegedly called three stations — two in Mississauga and one in Brampton — and uttered threats.

The man, who is of no fixed address, is facing three charges of mischief and uttering threats, and one charge of flight from police.


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