RCMP: Upper Mills, NB Man Arrested For Assaulting Peace Officers - Feb. 15, 2013
A New Brunswick man was arrested on Friday after assaulting three peace officers and resisting arrest, following an incident at a home in Upper Mills.
Two District 1 RCMP officers accompanied an SPCA officer to the home for an animal welfare investigation.
According to the RCMP, a 57-year-old man at the home became combative and assaulted the SPCA officer.
When police attempted to arrest the man, he resisted and physically assaulted one of the police officers. The second officer intervened, and the man was eventually taken into custody.
He was later released on a promise to appear in St. Stephen Provincial Court at a later date. He is expected to face charges of assaulting peace officers and resisting arrest.
The investigation is ongoing.