RCMP arrest two men over fight with Mountie

Alberta RCMP have arrested two people following an investigation into a fight where a Mountie fatally shot a man and wounded another.

MA ME O BEACH — Alberta RCMP have arrested two people following an investigation into a fight where a Mountie fatally shot a man and wounded another.

On Aug. 3 an RCMP officer pulled over a suspected impaired driver near Ma Me O Beach south of Edmonton.

When the Mountie tried to arrest one of a five people inside the car a fight broke out and the officer shot two of the men.

One of the men died and the other was taken to hospital with chest wounds.

Police say Lawrence Cutarm, 63, is charged with assaulting a peace officer with a weapon and other charges.

Laron Cutarm, 28, is charged with assaulting a peace officer and police are still looking for Lee Cutarm, 42, who is wanted on the same charge.

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