In two separate incidents, Regina police have charged two men after employees at an un-named Crown Corporation were threatened.
In one of the incidents, an office had to be placed under lockdown because of the threat until security could be arranged,
A preliminary investigation shows a man was refused renewal of a government-issued document because of outstanding fees. That resulted in phone messages being left on an after-hours line in which death threats were made at a certain employee.
37 year old Raymond Caza is charged with uttering threats and a breach of probation.
The second incident happened on March 29th at an office on McCarthy Boulevard North where a man called the office several times threatening to harm to a man and woman who worked in the office. He was upset over the conclusion of a matter with the Crown.
22 year old Jayden Yakobovich was charged with uttering threats.