A handful of law organizations recently attended to a report of a man with a firearm in Ebb and Flow First Nation.

RCMP received the report about a man with a firearm threatening a woman at a residence on the evening of July 26.

Police say the woman was able to remove herself from the situation and go to a safe place.

Police were informed that the man was driving a pickup truck around the community with his firearm.

Multiple units, including Amaranth RCMP, RCMP Police Dog Services, and the Manitoba First Nations Police Service, arrived to help locate the suspect.

Officers say they found the man inside a home in the community, at which time he attempted to flee on an all-terrain vehicle.

RCMP dispatched Police Service Dog Jolt, and the suspect was caught with minor physical injuries, then taken to hospital and received medical clearance for incarceration.

36-year-old Marlon Baptiste faces multiple charges including, uttering threats, forcible confinement, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, pointing a firearm, careless use of a firearm, discharging a firearm while being reckless, assault with a weapon, and four counts of failing to comply with a firearm prohibition order. The suspect remains in custody.