Man arrested in Saskatchewan after allegedly aiming fireworks at 3 Peel police divisions

A photo of the suspect Darbara Mann (left) and the suspect vehicle (right). Peel Regional Police

A man has been arrested in Saskatchewan after fireworks were aimed at three police stations in Mississauga and Brampton.

On Sunday just after 10 p.m., police allege a man went to two police stations in Mississauga — one near Dixie Road and Eglinton Avenue, and one near Erin Mills Parkway and Dundas Street — and one in Brampton — near Hurtontario Street and County Court Boulevard — and “projected fireworks in the direction of each division.”

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Then a few days later, on Thursday, police allege the same suspect contacted three Peel Regional Police divisions and uttered threats.

Officers said on Friday, Darbara Mann was arrested on a warrant by Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Saskatchewan.

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Police said investigators are working to have him returned to Peel Region.

He has been charged with three counts each of mischief and uttering threats and one count of flight from police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.

-with files from Global News’ Hannah Jackson

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