A man arrested after a ruckus outside the south-side Walmart in May was sentenced to 30 days in prison on Monday.
Thomas Jeffrey Houle, 20, pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon in Red Deer provincial court. A number of other charges were dropped.
Houle and another man were arrested after police were called to the Walmart after getting a report of a fight at the store and that firearms might be present.
Houle was arrested while sitting in a vehicle. He was carrying a concealed knife.
Judge Jim Glass sentenced Houle to 30 days in prison, which was satisfied by time served.
Vincent Luigino Vanin, 26, pleaded guilty earlier this month to a number of charges in relation to the incident, including: possession of a weapon, obstructing or resisting a police officer and assault.
Vanin was sentenced to 30 days in prison, also satisfied by time spent in pre-trial custody.