Kelly Dawson is in police custody again after another violation of his house arrest.

Dawson's criminal past goes back to 2020 when the Fort Saskatchewan Traffic/Crime Reduction Unit searched a residence in Lamont. Police found suspected Meth, codeine, Xanax, mushrooms and a fake gun.

Some of Dawson's charges included possession for the purpose of trafficking, obstruction, abandoning a child and criminal negligence. He was placed into custody before being released on house arrest.

The 37-year-old from Sherwood Park was linked to other incidents involving police during the pandemic, including shooting a man at a home in Chipman. The man was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

In February, Dawson was involved in a police chase after refusing to stop after a traffic violation. Mounties followed Dawson to a gas station and arrested him, finding drug paraphernalia, ammunition and what is believed to be heroin.

He was once again placed into custody before being released on house arrest.

Less than a month after this, Dawson was involved in an incident at a house in Lamont County, where he threatened a man before shooting at him. No one was injured.

Fort Saskatchewan RCMP was called to the scene where Dawson surrendered after 20 minutes of negotiations. He was charged with possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and failure to comply with a probation order, among others.

Dawson is in police custody again with multiple charges after his latest brush with the law. His next court date is on Thursday (Mar. 17).