Two people face several charges after an alleged shooting and a stabbing in Pelican Narrows on New Year’s Day.

RCMP say the incident occurred in the community shortly after 8:00 am on January 1st.

When officers arrived at the scene, two men were discovered with injuries. The extent and nature of their injuries were not released, but they were taken to hospital, but Mounties say they have since been released.

“Since January 1, our detachment has executed two search warrants at two separate residences in the community of Pelican Narrows in relation to this investigation,” said S/Sgt. Rod Rudnisky, Pelican Narrows Detachment Commander in a media release. “A total of thirteen firearms were seized as a result. This is one of a significant number of calls for police assistance our detachment responded to over New Year’s eve and day. We remain dedicated to keeping our community safe and are continuing to investigate this incident.”

As a result of the investigation, RCMP say 20-year-old Drey Morin and three male youth, all from Pelican Narrows, are facing several charges.

The charges against them include aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.

All of them are set for a court appearance on April 5 in Pelican Narrows.