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For women shot by RCMP, there are 13 charges, including police weapons


A 25-year-old woman from Nova Scotia faces 13 charges related to Dieppe photography on January 5th.

Morgan Maryanne Connor from Windmill Road Dartmouth appeared at Moncton Court using a conference call from the hospital on Tuesday.

She faces charges that include pointing to the airsoft gun at two people, pointing the airsoft gun at RCMP Const. Pierre-Alexandre Roy, brass handles, shooting airsoft gun at Cpl. Stephane Pare-Lemire during his arrest, announcing the threat of death, dangerous driving and hemp for human trafficking.

Airsoft weapons are ignited by plastic or resin pellets and can resemble actual firearms but have less energy.

Police said earlier that emergency crew members responded to the Adélard-Savoie boulevard, where one vehicle from. January 5

The RCMP claims that the woman dismissed Dieppe firefighters and paramedics who arrived at the emergency site at the Grand Moncton Roman LeBlanche International Airport. When the police arrived, the woman "continued to threaten the action", the police said in a news announcement on Tuesday.

The investigation began after the woman allegedly dismissed the first response participants when they went to her after the vehicle left the road to the Adélard-Savoie boulevard in Dieppe. (Guillaume Aubut / Radio Canada)

A member of the RCMP shot a woman leaving her with indefinite injuries. The woman stays in the hospital.

Mario Cormier, a crown prosecutor on this matter, said that a woman had been detained until Friday for fear of hearing.

Cormier said the woman told the court where she spoke with legal help.

Two investigations

There are two incident investigations.

The RCMP New Brunswick Major Crime Division and Codiac Regional RCMP are conducting an emergency investigation.

The New Brunswick RCMP asked the Nova Scotia Serious Incident Response Team to conduct a police review.

The Independent Group examines issues related to death, serious injuries, sexual violence and domestic violence, or other issues of major public interest that might arise in police officers' activities in Nova Scotia. Sometimes it conducts investigations in other provinces.

Ron Legere, along with the Serious Incident Response Team, told Radio-Canada that the investigation was focused on Mountie's actions leading to female injuries.

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