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Just a few days after a Alberta woman was charged for uttering threats against Sophie Trudeau, a Saskatchewan man is charged for uttering threats against her husband.
Police use social media to track where people live to arrest them.
The RCMP National Security Enforcement Section learned in March about the alleged threat that was made on social media.
The threat was traced back to Saskatchewan.
Derek Hurrell, 34, from Borden, Sask., was arrested on Wednesday and charged with one count of uttering threats.
Police also searched a home in Borden and seized several electronic devices.