A youth accused of bring a gun to a La Ronge school and firing it several times into the ground has been released from custody.
Yesterday a judge at La Ronge provincial court released the youth on an undertaking.
He was charged with carelessly using a firearm, pointing a firearm, discharging a firearm recklessly and assault with a weapon after the May 27th incident took place.
On that day, two youth were apparently involved in a fight at Senator Myles Venne School.
One of them later returned with the gun and that’s when he fired it into the ground.
The school was placed on a partial lock-down for some of the afternoon.
The youth is due back in court on July 15th where he is expected to make a plea.