Man wanted in Saskatchewan stabbings caught in Alberta

Man wanted on Canada-wide warrant for two stabbings in Prince Albert caught by police in Alberta. Prince Albert Police Service / Supplied

A man wanted by Prince Albert police on a Canada-wide warrant for two stabbings in the northern Saskatchewan city has been caught in Alberta.

Phillip Peter Charles, 33, was arrested on June 6, 2017 by Provost RCMP in Edmonton.

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He has since been turned over to Prince Albert police custody.

Charles was wanted for two stabbings that happened on Dec. 29, 2016 at different locations.

He is facing a number of charges including wounding and/or endangering life, aggravated assault, and possession of a weapon dangerous to the public peace.

He was previously wanted for break and enter, mischief, and breach of recognizance.

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Charles is scheduled to appear Wednesday in Prince Albert provincial court.

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