Man wanted for attempted murder in southern Alberta arrested in Edmonton
Kyle Lewis Crow Chief is facing a charge of attempted murder in a shooting Saturday on the Blood Reserve in southern Alberta. (RCMP)
CALGARY -- A man wanted in connection to a shooting on the Blood Tribe First Nations Reserve in southern Alberta has been arrested in Edmonton.
Police say Kyle Lewis Crow Chief, 29, was taken into custody Monday without incident.
He is facing a charge of attempted murder in a Dec. 7 incident where a man suffered life-threatening injuries after being shot with a firearm.
The 41-year-old victim was flown by air ambulance to hospital in Calgary.
The investigation into the attempted murder is ongoing.