A fourth suspect in a recent home invasion in Crowsnest Pass, Alta. is now in custody.
37-year-old Robert Dwyer of Lethbridge faces a long list of charges relating to the forced entry of a home in Coleman Sept. 16.
RCMP report that five men, armed with weapons, entered the residence and assaulted a man and woman inside.
It’s alleged, a third resident was also attacked when he returned home.
Robert Dwyer is accused of two counts of aggravated assault, break and enter, robbery, pointing a firearm, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, unauthorized possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, uttering threats, and assault with a weapon.
Police also executed a search warrant on Dwyer’s home.
Among the items seized were a bat, hatchet, knife, two air rifles, one air pistol, three cell phones, and ammunition.
He'll make his first court appearance Oct. 4.
Two other suspects in this case, 39-year-old Tyler Trodden and Garett Ouelette, 41, have been remanded in custody and will appear before a judge, via video, in Lethbridge Oct. 4.
Aaron Thompson, 40, is scheduled to appear in Pincher Creek provincial court Nov. 2.
He was released from custody with a promise to appear.
RCMP have said all four suspects are active members of the Rebels Motorcycle Club.