Infamous Canadian anti-masking advocate Chris Sky has been arrested, according to the Toronto Police Service.
Police say that Sky—real name Saccoccia—was arrested after reports of a man threatening to shoot elected officials. The reports were received by May 19, and Sky was arrested on May 20, reports CP24.
Sky, who is known mainly for recording himself at airports and reciting his Charter rights to police officers to avoid being tested or having to use hotel quarantine facilities, allegedly attempted to drive away from police when they pulled up to his house.
Sky then turned himself in to TPS 53 Division, where he was charged criminally with three counts of uttering death threats, along with one could of assault an officer with a weapon, and one count of dangerous operation of a conveyance.
Sky is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday.