A man was arrested after a police search of his home in Ottawa, according to a statement released by Ottawa police.
Laurie McLeod, 59, was arrested by the Ottawa police on Friday afternoon, said Ottawa police Const.
Officers also found three handguns, one shotgun and a rifle in McLeod’s home.
He was taken to the Ottawa hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said.
Police said they are investigating the circumstances of the incident.
McLeod has a criminal history dating back to 1997, when he was arrested in a domestic violence incident, police noted.
He also was convicted of breaching a restraining order.
In 2007, he was sentenced to two years in prison after he was convicted in court of breaching his probation, Michaud said.
McLaren was released on parole in 2013 and the Ontario Parole Board revoked his parole in 2016.
He is expected to reapply for parole on June 30, according a police statement.
McDonald said McLeod had been receiving treatment at a mental health facility in Ottawa for a number of years.
“He is a great guy.
He’s a hard-working, caring guy, and he’s had a lot of success in his life, McDonald said in a statement.”
I am so proud of my son and I want him to get on with his life,” McDonald said.”
We just wish he could find the strength to come home.