A man accused of firing a pellet gun in downtown Moose Jaw appeared in provincial court on Wednesday.
Logan Ferguson, 18, appeared before Judge David Chow and was released on conditions and will appear back in Moose Jaw Provincial Court on Nov. 28.
Crown prosecutor Monique Paquin and Legal Aid lawyer Zak Anderson, who was representing Ferguson, agreed to the terms of his release.
The conditions include not consuming alcohol or drugs unless prescribed by a doctor, no contact with the victims, a weapons prohibition except the use of a knife for cooking, eating or for work-related purposes and reporting to a bail supervisor officer.
Ferguson was arrested after a pellet gun was discharged in the downtown core on Monday. It incident left one person with multiple facial wounds.
He is charged with discharging an air gun with the intent to wound. Police confirmed it was a pellet gun that was used. He is also charged with carrying a weapon for a purpose dangerous to the public.
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