Sharif is scheduled to appear in provincial court for a bail hearing on the sworn charges on Tuesday morning.
Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, a 30-year-old refugee from Somalia, is scheduled to appear in an Edmonton court on Tuesday morning where he will be formally charged with 11 counts including attempted murder, risky driving, flight causing bodily harm and possession of a weapon for unsafe purposes.
Canada defended its immigration and refugee vetting system on Monday after a Somali immigrant, who had drawn scrutiny for his alleged extremist views, was charged with attempted murder for a weekend vehicle and knife attack that injured five.
Boston Herald reports that a game of a Canadian Football League was in progress at Commonwealth Stadium when a vehicle came and rammed a traffic control barricade.
It began when a man driving a Chevrolet Malibu crashed through a police barrier associated with a sports event and struck an Edmonton police officer, throwing him 15 feet through the air. The force of the impact flung a police officer into the air after which the driver got out of the vehicle and attacked the officer with a knife.
He has since been released from hospital and is recovering from stab wounds to the face and head. They recognized that the driver's name was the same as or similar to the name under which the Malibu was registered.
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About three hours later, a police officer pulled over an U-Haul truck at a checkstop.
Police say the man fled police and later tried to run down pedestrians with a U-Haul, injuring four before he was arrested. Then he fled the scene on foot but was chased down and taken into custody. Police used a flashbang to distract the driver. "We continue to collect and gather information related to this investigation ... if additional charges are supported, they will be pursued at that time". The police simply referred to Sunday's arrest of an individual without revealing his identity.
"If there are gaps in the system that allowed this to happen, what are we going to do to fix those?"
Canada has seen a surge in illegal border crossings this year as people fearing a US immigration crackdown and possible deportation sought asylum.
Of the four people hit by the truck, two had been released from care as of Sunday afternoon, while the other two remained in hospital. Neither the victims nor the suspect has been publicly identified. "There are no conclusions that can be drawn at this present time", said Goodale. This led to a police pursuit in which four pedestrians were injured before the suspect was apprehended when the truck flipped on its side.