Barriere resident charged in relation to multiple unrelated incidents

RCMP report a Barriere woman has been charged in relation to several unrelated incidents which allegedly occurred in May and June of this year.

On June 25, Bridgette Poore of Barriere, was charged with uttering threats and assault in relation to an incident that allegedly occurred in Barriere on June 18.

On June 27, Poore was charged for allegedly breaching a recognizance which required her not to have contact with two Barriere residents. On the same date, she was charged with mischief for an incident which occurred on May 19, 2019 where she allegedly threw eggs at a residence in Barriere.

RCMP Corporal Rob Welsman says Poore remains in custody pending her next court date.

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