KILLAM — A man accused in the attempted murder of two Alberta RCMP officers is facing an additional 13 firearms offences.
Sawyer Clarke Robison is appearing for a bail hearing in Killam provincial court.
The new charges include possession of a prohibited loaded restricted firearm and possession of a firearm with altered or defaced serial numbers.
Constables Sheldon Shah and Sid Gaudette were shot and wounded when they went to execute a search warrant on Robison’s family farm near Killam on Feb. 7.
Robison’s uncle, Brad Clarke, was found dead in the home.
Robison was on the run for almost three days before he was arrested peacefully on a rural road in the area.