Slew of charges laid after Bathurst home invasion suspect arrested

RCMP allege three people entered a home in Village-Blanchard and assaulted a person inside with a weapon. File

A 30-year-old man from Bathurst, N.B., is facing a long list of charges in connection with a reported home invasion, robbery and assault earlier this month.

New Brunswick RCMP say the charges stem from an incident at a residence on Route 11 in Village-Blanchard on Nov. 5.

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Police allege three people entered the home and assaulted a person inside with a weapon.

Ronald Albert Canuel was arrested on Sunday. A warrant for his arrest was issued on Nov. 15.

Canuel has been charged with robbery, breaking and entering, committing an indictable offence inside a dwelling, assault with a weapon, assault causing bodily harm and wearing a disguise with intent.

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Canuel is scheduled to face the charges in Caraquet provincial court on Monday.

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