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India Canada. 22 charges against the man arrested near Trudeau's home

05:15  04 july  2020
05:15  04 july  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Hurren was arrested on Thursday morning after police say he bypassed the Thomas gate at 1 Sussex Drive, damaging the front-end of Police dispatched the emergency response team shortly after 7 a.m. and the man was arrested and brought in for According to the RCMP, charges against him include

Trudeau was not home at the time. He and his family are based in a large house on the grounds of Rideau Hall, the residence of The Canadian Broadcasting Corp cited a source as saying the man had driven his truck from the central province of Manitoba, some 2,000 km (1,240 miles) east of Ottawa.

L'homme a été arrêté jeudi en début de matinée après avoir forcé avec son pick-up le portail à l'entrée d'un domaine abritant la résidence officielle de la Gouverneure générale et du Premier ministre. © AFP / Mohamed KADRI The man was arrested Thursday early in the morning after having forced the gate with his pick-up at the entrance to a domain housing the official residence of the Governor General and the Prime Minister.

22 charges have been brought against 46-year-old Canadian Army reservist Corey Hurren, who tried to break into the official residence of the Governor General, representing Queen Elizabeth II, armed - Canada's Head of State - and the Prime Minister.

Armed man arrested Thursday near the residence of Canadian Prime Minister Canadian Justin Trudeau in Ottawa has been notified 22 counts including "carrying a weapon for a dangerous purpose" , announced Friday the police.

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OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian police arrested an armed man early on Thursday who had gained access to an exclusive part of Ottawa where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lives, though Trudeau was not home at the time, officials said. " The man was arrested shortly after without any incident.

Trudeau was not home at the time. He and his family are based in a large house on the grounds of Rideau Hall, the residence of Governor General Rideau Hall sits on an 88-acre (0.35 square km) wooded estate. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said the man ’ s truck broke down after

Corey Hurren, 46, from Manitoba and a reservist in the Canadian army, faces charges mainly related to the transport of a firearm, to "carrying a weapon for a dangerous purpose" and for "made threats" , said the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canada (RCMP, federal police), in a statement.

Mr. Hurren, who briefly appeared in Ottawa court, is also formally charged with using and handling "in a negligent manner" . He has been detained and is scheduled to appear in Ottawa on July 17.

Man was carrying multiple weapons

At a media briefing on Friday morning, Mike Duheme, an RCMP official, said the man was carrying multiple weapons but declined to comment on the motivation of the suspect. Investigators believe he acted alone, the spokesman said.

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Canada ' s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a news conference in Ottawa 2 / 2 . Trudeau and his family are based in a large house on the grounds of Rideau Hall, the residence of Governor General " The man was arrested shortly after without any incident. He is currently in custody and is being

The man was arrested early Thursday morning after having forced with his pick-up the portal to the entrance of an area housing the official residence of the Governor General, representative of Queen Elisabeth II - head of Defending State of Canada - and of the Prime Minister.

"I want to emphasize that the Prime Minister and his family, as well as the Governor General, were never in danger since they were not on the scene," , he said.

Justin Trudeau hailed the police's "remarkable job" .

“No injuries”

“I want to thank the RCMP and the Ottawa services who did a remarkable job in ensuring that there were no injuries or damage in this situation” , a- he declared during a press point.

The man arrested is a member of the Canadian Army Reserve Rangers, according to the Department of Defense.

At the material time, Correy Hurren was officially "on duty" , as part of the army's support for the fight against the coronavirus, but he was not participating in a mission in Ottawa, the ministry pointed out in a communicated.

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Neither PM nor governor general Julie Payette were at home after reservist smashed through security gates of Ottawa compound.

Trudeau was not at home when the incident occurred on Thursday morning. Trudeau and his family live in a large house on the grounds of Rideau Hall, which sits on an 88-acre (0.35 square km) wooded estate. The man ' s truck broke down after he hit the gates and he was later arrested without incident.

"He went to Ottawa on his own initiative without his hierarchy being aware" , according to the Canadian army.

Suspect foiled police attention

For an unknown reason, the suspect successfully foiled police attention and broke into Rideau Hall Park at approximately 6:30 a.m. with his vehicle, according to the RCMP. He then walked to the field before being arrested shortly before 8:30 am "without incident" and placed in detention.

Justin Trudeau, his wife and three children currently live in Rideau Cottage, a property located in the park of the Governor General's official residence, Rideau Hall, because the Prime Minister's official residence is under construction.

In October 2019, Justin Trudeau, campaigning for re-election, was forced to wear a flak jacket during a meeting in Ontario because of threats to his safety.

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