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4 men charged after reported drive-by shooting in Sask.

Four men are facing multiple firearms charges after a reported drive-by shooting on a Saskatchewan First Nation last month.
Four men are facing multiple firearms charges after a reported drive-by shooting on a Saskatchewan First Nation last month. File / Global News

PUNNICHY, Sask. – Four men are facing numerous Criminal Code violations after a reported drive-by shooting on a Saskatchewan reserve. On May 31, RCMP were called to the complaint on Day Star First Nation.

Upon arrival, officers noticed what appeared to be shotgun pellets near the front door of a residence.

No one in the residence or in the area was injured.

Delmont Asapace, 20, Evan Asapace, 23, Jaydon Asapace, 18, and Jesse Worm, 18, were arrested as a result of the investigation.

They are facing charges including reckless discharge of a firearm, possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle and mischief under $5,000.

All of the accused, from Kawacatoose First Nation, have either made their first appearance in Regina provincial court or will in the coming weeks.

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