3 People Charged With Giving NS Shooter Ammunition
Three people have been charged with various offences stemming from Canada's largest mass shooting that took place in April of this year when 22 people were killed in a shooting rampage in Nova Scotia.
The three people have been charged in relation to providing the gunman with ammunition.
James Blair Banfield, 64-years-old of Sackville, Lisa Diana Banfield, 52-years-old of Dartmouth, and Brian Brewster, 60-years-old of Sackville have been charged.
RCMP say that all three of the accused cooperated with investigators and had no prior knowledge of the gunman’s actions.
The ammunition was purchased in Nova Scotia.