More charges laid in alleged targeted shooting at CrossIron Mills

Nov 28 2019, 3:05 pm

Four men are facing charges as a result of the alleged targeted shooting incident from September.

CrossIron Mills mall was put on lock down just after 8 pm on September 16 when reports of shots being fired spurred a police response.

The incident had been resolved by 9:30 pm, according to a tweet from the RCMP Alberta account, resulting in one man injured and many shaken.

A November 12 release from the Airdrie RCMP stated that charges had been laid against three men, all of whom were facing charges of attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and fail to comply with recognizance, among a handful of others.

The three men who were charged on November 12 were 25-year-old Dakota Bolton, 35-year-old Carl Schuyler, and 37-year-old Jari Manner.

“The safety of the mall patrons was ensured by the swift actions of the CrossIron Mills Mall Security personnel, mall employees and the immediate response of our partner, Calgary Police Service,” said Constable Burton of the SAD CRU in the November 12 release.

“We had assistance in this investigation from Airdrie RCMP members, and as a whole, the collaboration with all different agencies, units, and businesses, ensured this successful outcome.”

An update was provided on November 27 stating that a fourth man had been arrested and charged.

42-year-old Michael Caseley has also been charged with attempted murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Airdrie RCMP state that the investigation is ongoing at this time.