Man arrested on gun cost after confrontation on Christmas evening in Saskatoon – Delaware State Information
HOUSTON – At 11:00 p.m. Friday, Delaware police arrested a 30-year-old Harrington man on reckless endangerment and related charges in Saskatoon.
According to Cpl. Jason Harchell, a public information officer at DSP, responded to reports of a gunfight at a Williamsville Road residence.
Through an investigation, they found that Dustin Edge, who was later arrested, was in a verbal exchange with a 49-year-old male acquaintance.
After brandishing a pistol and threatening the acquaintance, Mr. Edge shot him one round and hit the ground. The victim was not injured.
Edge fled the residence and later hid under a nearby RV. When found, he resisted arrest and was eventually arrested and taken into custody by a state police dog.
Edge was taken to Squad 3 and charged with reckless first degree endangering, possession of a firearm by someone previously convicted of two violent crimes, and possession of a firearm while committing a crime.
He was tried in the 7th Magistrates’ Court and signed up for a $ 42,000 loan in the Sussex Correctional Institution.