A 62-year-old man has been charged in reference to an investigation into alleged threats made towards David Yurdiga, the member of Parliament for Fort McMurray-Chilly Lake.
“On Feb. 16. 2021, Wooden Buffalo RCMP obtained a criticism from the Workplace of the Sergeant-at-Arms from the Home of Commons in Ottawa, advising of an allegation of threats towards (Yurdiga),” police stated in a information launch issued on Wednesday.
That very same day, the RCMP stated officers arrested Bradley Love and charged him with uttering threats to trigger dying or bodily hurt and making an indecent phone name with intent to alarm.
“Fort McMurray RCMP can advise that Parliament Hill safety has taken measures to evaluate the scenario and have additionally taken measures to make sure the protection of MP David Yurdiga and his employees,” police stated.
Love has been launched however should abide by circumstances that the RCMP didn’t disclose. He’s scheduled to seem in courtroom on March 17.
The RCMP didn’t present particulars in regards to the threats, citing the truth that the case is now earlier than the courts.
Yurdiga, a Conservative MP, was first elected to a seat within the Home of Commons in 2014.
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