Calgary, AB,

Police charge man in relation to Tuscany Club incident

Calgary Police have laid charges against a man in relation to an incident at the Tuscany Club community association that occurred last night.

At approximately 8:15 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, police were called to the Tuscany Club located at 212 Tuscany Way N.W. for reports of a suspicious person.

A man had entered the building, at which a federal election candidate’s forum was taking place. He was wearing a black hoodie, black shorts and a white hat and had a Confederate flag bandana covering his face.

Custodians of the building approached the man and asked him why he was disguised, at which point he indicated that he was there to make a political statement and threatened the building’s custodian.

The suspect was directed out of the building.

Police attended and discovered the suspect in a nearby stationary vehicle where he was taken into custody.

The investigation is ongoing.

Wayne Joseph FILLO, 66, of Calgary has been charged with uttering threats and wearing a disguise with intent. FILLO is scheduled to appear in court today, Friday, Oct. 9, 2015.