RCMP charge man after he allegedly pointed gun during Innisfail bar fight

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Police arrested a man after he’s alleged to have pointed a gun during a bar fight in Innisfail.

On Sunday, Innisfail RCMP received a report of a bar patron uttering threats. RCMP said after the man got into a fight at the bar, the “suspect left and returned with a firearm, pointing it at staff and uttering threats.”

The next day, police arrested 24-year-old Landon David Aris of Red Deer County. Mounties also obtained a search warrant for Aris’ home where police said they seized multiple firearms.

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Aris is charged with pointing a firearm, uttering threats, assault with a weapon and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.

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The man appeared before a justice of the peace where he was released on conditions.

Aris will appear in court on Nov. 16 in Red Deer.

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