Man charged after knife incident at Sask. First Nation school
BADGERVILLE, Sask. — A 19-year-old man has been charged after an incident at a Saskatchewan school involving a knife. Kamsack RCMP say they got a call on May 10 about a man brandishing a knife at the Chief Gabriel School on the Cote First Nation. Police found the man on the roof of the school and he came down about 90 minutes later.
The school was in lockdown mode during the incident and no staff or students were physically injured. Lloyd Norman Straightnose of Cote First Nation is charged with assault with a weapon and uttering threats.
He is scheduled to appear in Kamsack provincial court on July 18.
Police would not give any further details.