Two have been charged following a high-risk take-down in Dryden.
On Tuesday May 16, the Dryden Police Service was alerted to a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of a McDonalds Restaurant, with the threat of the occupants having possession of a firearm.
The vehicle was subsequently located and a high risk take down was initiated resulting in three males being arrested. The weapon in question was later revealed to be a pellet gun replicated to appear as a hand gun.
The first male was release unconditionally.
Darren Burnard has been charged with Adult Carrying Concealed Weapon; Adult Possession of Weapon for Dangerous Purposes; Adult Break in Instruments; Adult Fail to Comply with Probation Order. Burnard is appearing in Bail Court today.
Philip Biczok has been charged with Adult Possession Break in Instruments. Biczok was released May 16, 2017 with a Promise to Appear and OIC Undertaking.
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High-risk take-down in Dryden