Shots fired call came into the police station and officers were dispatched to a residential area on Tremaudan Avenue. When arrived at the location officers found a firearm left behind and a victim with a firearm wound. A victim is a 41-year-old man, he was shot multiple times and delivered to a nearby hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Ryan Todd Campbell, 33, from Opaskwayak First Nation, and Clayton Joshua McKay, 26, of no fixed address, are each charged with aggravated assault, robbery with a firearm, discharging a firearm with intent, and two counts of uttering threats, among other offenses.
The victim’s condition is still critical, doctors working on his wounds to save his life. The investigation is still in process, and police are asking for a public help to locate both suspects, who can be armed and considered dangerous. If you or anybody you know have useful information about what happened on Tremaudan Avenue or about two male suspects, please contact your local police department over the phone or in person, also you can leave a tip online absolutely anonymously, just visit Crime Stoppers website.