No investigation into RCMP use of conducted energy weapon in arrest of metal pipe-wielding suspect on Alberta First Nation – CTV News

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No investigation into RCMP use of conducted energy weapon in arrest of metal pipe-wielding suspect on Alberta First Nation – CTV News

by ahnationtalk on November 29, 2021113 Views

Nov. 29, 2021

CALGARY – RCMP officials say the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team will not be investigating an officer whose actions during a recent arrest on a southern Alberta First Nation have been criticized online.

Mounties have now released video stills of the arrest in an attempt to provide additional context.

According to RCMP, a member of the Cardston RCMP detachment was in Moses Lake on the Kainai Nation in southern Alberta, in cooperation with the local Blood Tribe Police Service, on the morning of Nov. 23 in search of undisclosed individuals wanted on outstanding warrants.

The officer spotted 27-year-old Dylan Riley Bird, who he recognized as being wanted for several offences, walking along the road.

Read More: https://calgary.ctvnews.ca/no-investigation-into-rcmp-use-of-conducted-energy-weapon-in-arrest-of-metal-pipe-wielding-suspect-on-alberta-first-nation-1.5685474

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