Sask. Man, Charged With Uttering Threats Against Trudeau

YORKTON, Sask. — A Saskatchewan man has been charged with uttering threats against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Christopher Hayes appeared briefly in a Yorkton courtroom.

RCMP say the 41-year-old allegedly made threats against Trudeau on social media.

Investigators received two complaints about the threats in March and July.

Hayes was arrested Tuesday at a home in the village of Grayson, northeast of Regina.

Police say several electronics were seized from the house.

'We take all complaints of this nature very seriously'

Hayes is next to appear in court in Melville on Aug. 8.

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