PARKLAND COUNTY, Alta. (CityNews) – The RCMP’s counter-terrorism unit has arrested a 26-year-old Alberta man they imagine posed an excessive danger to public security.
Kelvin Maure, from Parkland County, faces 34 felony costs associated to weapons, mischief, make or possession of an explosive and impersonation of a peace officer, after he allegedly made a number of on-line posts and feedback threatening members of the general public and police.
RCMP executed search warrants on a number of properties in February in Parkland County ensuing within the seizure of quite a few firearms and different paraphernalia, such an assault vest, ammo, magazine pouch with balaclava, and an RCMP shirt.
An investigator instructed CityNews a number of the threats included locations in Edmonton.
“It was to the Edmonton space. I can not touch upon particular places,” mentioned the investigator.
Investigators are trying to find out whether or not the accused’s actions have been motivated by a selected ideology or if there have been broader intentions to his actions.