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Accused in assault and shooting on Waterhen Lake FN gets bail

Miles Lasas was granted bail. Dylan Lasas is wanted by police and considered armed and dangerous.

MEADOW LAKE – A man accused of assaulting someone and discharging a firearm in the incident has made bail.

Forty-year-old Miles Victor Lasas of Waterhen Lake First Nation was granted bail after a show cause hearing on Sept. 12 in Meadow Lake Provincial Court.

Miles Lasas’ co-accused, 32-year-old Dylan Lasas is still wanted in connection to the assault and is considered armed and dangerous.

According to Meadow Lake RCMP, they got a call on Aug. 31 that two armed men assaulted a man in the Flotten Lake area and shots were fired from a firearm. Police didn't specify whether the victim was assaulted with the firearm or shot with the firearm.

Miles Lasas was arrested at a home on Waterhen Lake First Nation on Sept. 1 and police released Dylan Lasas’ photo warning the public not to approach him.

Police charged Miles Lasas and Dylan Lasas with discharging a firearm with intent and assault with a weapon.

If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Dylan Lasas they are asked to contact their local RCMP detachment immediately by calling 310-RCMP. In emergency, call 9-1-1. Information can also be submitted anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or

Miles Lasas is back in Meadow Lake court on Oct. 3 to elect how he wants to be tried.

The charges against the accused haven’t been tested in court.

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