A Winnipeg First Nations man who claimed two city police officers took him on a starlight tour in December made his first court appearance Monday.
Some Manitoba musical stars came out Thursday to a fundraiser for Evan Maud, a Winnipeg First Nations man who claimed he was taken on a starlight tour by police.
The Winnipeg First Nations man who alleged he was taken on a starlight tour by city police has been charged with public mischief.
A city high school football sweater has become a key piece of a Winnipeg police investigation into allegations two police officers took a First Nations man on a starlight tour to the edge of the city.
Before he filed his complaint against the police, Evan Maud was facing heat from the Winnipeg public.
Evan Maud told Winnipeg police investigators Saturday morning how two officers from the same force took him on a starlight tour to the outskirts of the city before threatening to Taser him if he didn’t start to run.
Winnipeg police has launched an investigation into allegations the officers took a 20 year-old First Nations man on a starlight tour.
A 20 year-old man who alleges he was taken on a starlight tour by Winnipeg police says he is too afraid to file a formal police complaint.