Military reservist who broke into Rideau Corridor carrying a number of weapons to be sentenced at this time

OTTAWA — The Manitoba army reservist who pleaded responsible to eight prices associated to an incident at Rideau Corridor final summer season is to be sentenced in an Ottawa courtroom at this time.

Corey Hurren, 46, rammed by way of a gate at Rideau Corridor and headed on foot towards Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s house at Rideau Cottage whereas closely armed on July 2 final 12 months.

Police had been capable of speak Hurren down and arrested him peacefully after about 90 minutes.

He initially confronted 21 weapons prices and considered one of threatening the prime minister, who was not house on the time.

Earlier this month, he pleaded responsible to seven weapons prices associated to possession of prohibited or restricted firearms “for a function opposite to the general public peace.”

He additionally pleaded responsible to at least one cost of mischief by wilfully inflicting $100,000 price of injury to the Rideau Corridor gate.

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