Man charged after alleged kidnapping in Iqaluit
Police say a man was taken from a residence and 'held against his own will'
A man has been charged in Iqaluit after an alleged kidnapping last Wednesday.
Gabriel Choquette of Iqaluit has been charged with kidnapping with a firearm, among "several other" charges, according to RCMP in a news release Monday.
Police said an adult man was taken from a residence and "held against his own will." No one was injured.
Choquette, 23, was released on several conditions on Thursday, after appearing before a justice of the peace, said police.
He is scheduled to be in court on May 6.
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