Weapons – Male charged following Pelham incident

Niagara Regional Police Service press release – At approximately 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday May 14/2019, 3 District (Welland) uniform officers were called to a home on Beckett Crescent in Pelham for the report of a distraught male.

Responding officers then received information regarding the possible presence of a firearm in the home and out of an abundance of caution, the home was contained and the Emergency Task Unit was engaged. Residents in nearby homes were asked to shelter-in-place.

With the assistance of crisis negotiators, at approximately 11:55am, the male surrendered peacefully to officers and was subsequently arrested.

42-year-old Michael Misener of Pelham is facing the following alleged charges:

– Possession of a Weapon for A Dangerous Purpose
– Unauthorized Possession of A Prohibited Firearm
– Possession of A Firearm Contrary to Prohibition Order

Misener is currently being held in custody pending a bail hearing on Wednesday.

 


 

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