Prince George neighbourhood lockdown resolved with arrest
RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Craig Douglass says their history with Milligan is one of "violence and unpredictability", and this was the primary reason for the steps taken yesterday. He provides more details to Daybreak's Wil Fundal:
The lockdown began at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, about four blocks north of Quinson Elementary School. The area was closed off to all traffic, with police cars stationed around the perimeter.
Some residents were unable to enter their homes last night and found shelter elsewhere.
Still no home access.Area still in lock down. Concern for dogs. Lucky son's home accessible. Sleep over w grandkids #princegeorge-- Richard Giroday (@rgiroday) April 24, 2013
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