A man known to police is back in custody, this time on suspicion of threatening someone with an imitation firearm.
Prince George RCMP said David Dacosta Harding, 41, was arrested on Tues., Nov. 4, less than an hour after police were called to a motel room on the 2300 block of Northwood Pulpmill Road.
RCMP said Harding was located and apprehended without incident on Patricia Boulevard near Connaught Hill.
North District RCMP emergency response team and police dog services team had been called in as a precaution during their search for the suspect.
A handful of weapon-and-assault-related charges have been approved against Harding.
He also continues to face weapons, property and drug-related charges from a May 6 arrest in Prince George and,as of Tuesday, remained in custody pending a bail hearing on Friday.
Two others have also been charged in relation to the Nov. 4 incident. Jessica Madeline Skin, 26, faces two weapon-related counts and has been released on a recognizance while Rebecca Mary Monk, 21, who faces one count of uttering threats, remains at large, court records show.