CALGARY — A white supremacist group’s founder, who is charged with two counts of attempted murder, has been arrested at a house in Winnipeg.
Police say Kyle Robert McKee was taken into custody after a two-hour standoff with officers.
A warrant was put out for McKee after a Nov. 21 bombing in Calgary that police say targeted residents of an apartment.
The occupants found the explosive devices and threw them into a parking lot where they exploded without doing any damage.
McKee is the founder of Calgary’s Aryan Guard, which has since announced on its website that it has disbanded as the result of the bombing.
A teen who can’t be named because he was a minor at the time of the attack also faces two charges of attempted murder.