Man Charged following B+E with a Baseball Bat

19 year old Jesse Laboucane has been charged following an incident on Cold Lake First Nations. Laboucane is accused of breaking into a residence and threatening the occupants with a baseball bat.

On May 28th, RCMP received a 911 call from a residence on Cold Lake First Nations. The caller stated that an individual had broke a window and gained entry into his house with a bat.

RCMP arrived and the intruder had fled the scene, however they were given a description of the male and the vehicle he fled in. The suspect vehicle, a silver SUV was located shortly after.

The vehicle had run out of gas and a bat was located in the vehicle. The suspect was located at the same time.

Due to the description given by the residents, and the proximity of the vehicle to the house, as well as the bat found in the vehicle, RCMP made an arrest of Jesse Laboucane.

Laboucane has been charged with two counts of uttering threats, break & entering, mischief, possession of stolen property under $5,000, driving an uninsured vehicle and driving a vehicle without registration.

Laboucane has been remanded into custody until his next court appearance, scheduled for June 13th in Cold Lake.