A second man has pleaded guilty in relation to the shooting of an RCMP officer near Onanole last August.
Tommy Beaulieu pleaded guilty in Brandon provincial court on Monday to robbery with violence, two counts of aggravated assault against a peace officer and break, enter and theft of a firearm.
Beaulieu was part of a series of incidents that occurred on Aug. 29, 2018 and resulted in Cpl. Graeme Kingdon being shot in the back of the head with a stolen 12-gauge shotgun.
Therae Racette-Beaulieu pleaded guilty to attempted murder earlier this year in relation to the shooting and received 18 years in prison.
Beaulieu was party to the offence, and fled to Neepawa in a stolen vehicle after the shooting, where he was taken into custody after a lengthy stand-off with RCMP the following day.
A pre-sentence report has been ordered and sentencing will be scheduled at a later date.
More on this story to come.