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article imageCanadian man charged for firing shots on highway

By Owen Weldon     Oct 21, 2011 in Crime
A man, who is accused of firing off a gun while on a highway in Saskatchewan, is now facing a range of charges brought against him.
The man facing charges is accused of shooting off a rifle at another vehicle that passed him on the Saskatchewan highway.
The shooting took place last Sunday, according to reports. Highway 165 is where the shooting took place, just about 150 kilometers from La Ronge.
According to CBC, the two men who were shot at called police. They told police that two shots were fired at their vehicle after they passed another vehicle.
Police eventually found the vehicle, and apprehended the two men who were in the vehicle. Cops discovered a rifle inside the vehicle.
The 38-year-old driver, Daniel Moses Ballantyne, is now facing numerous charges, such as operating a motor vehicle while disqualified, impaired operation of a motor vehicle, refusing to comply with a breathalyzer demand and possessing a firearm while prohibited.
The Star Phoenix reported that Ballantyne may face even more charges later down the road. Authorities said that the investigation is still ongoing.
Ballantyne will appear in court on November 20th, and as of now he is on remand.
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