We're finding out more about what happened near the Prime Minister's residence. The Rideau Hall arrest has led to one man facing 22 criminal charges in relation to the incident. None of the allegations against him have been proven in court.\nRCMP released information about the man charged in relation to the incident in Ottawa where he allegedly rammed his truck into a gate and got onto the grounds of Rideau Hall on July 2.\nHe has been identified as 46-year-old Corey Hurren of Manitoba.\nThe 22 charges that he's facing are for the possession and transportation of firearms and other criminal code offences.\nThose are:\n4 counts of careless use, storage and handling of a firearm\n4 counts of contravention of transport regulation of a firearm\n4 counts of possession of a weapon for dangerous purpose\n1 count of possession of a restricted firearm, knowing its possession is unauthorized\n1 count of possession of prohibited device, knowing its possession is unauthorized\n1 count of possession at unauthorized place\n4 counts of unauthorized possession in motor vehicle\n2 counts of possession of prohibited or restricted firearm with ammunition\n1 count of uttering threats\nHurren was arrested by the RCMP's National Division two hours after he allegedly got access to the grounds of Rideau Hall.\nView this post on Instagram Rideau Hall, just off Sussex and close to the Prime Minister’s Residence. Rideau Hall is where the Governor General of Canada lives. Usually you can walk the grounds but they are currently closed due to covid. #rideauhall #ottawa #ottawatourism #exploreottawa #governorgeneral A post shared by @ ottawaonoutdoors on Jun 18, 2020 at 11:48am PDT\nThe timeline of events with this incident goes from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on July 2 when the suspect was apprehended by officers.\nRCMP Deputy Commissioner Mike Duheme called this situation a "highly volatile incident."\n"There was never any danger to the Prime Minister and his family," he said.\nHe also noted that there was no danger to the Governor-General either because none of them were on the grounds at the time.\nView this post on Instagram Rideau Hall is the residence of the Governor General of Canada. The grounds surrounding it are basically an open and very beautiful park. The front plaza allows for nice photos of this beautiful building and also has living proof of history with many beautiful trees that were planted by historical figures such as Nelson Mandela, the Queen and others. A walking tour of the building is free and runs multiple times a day. It is definitely worth it as the interior of the building is amazing! . 🇨🇦 . #canada_gram #canada_pic #canada_true #canadasworld #canada_photolovers #canadaswonderland #canadaphotography #discoveron #ottawatourism #ottawaphoto #ottawablogger #ottawaontario #ottawaphotographer #ottawaphotography #ottawacity #ottawacanada #discoverottawa #exploreottawa #loveottawa #igersottawa #rideauhall #governorgeneral #governorgeneralofcanada #sceniclocations #travelanddestinations A post shared by Oliver S (@olivstu) on May 6, 2020 at 10:03am PDT\nA day after the incident the Prime Minister commented on what happened.\n"Obviously this was something that nobody wants to hear," Justin Trudeau said.\nHe also thanked the officers who got the situation under control.\nAccording to the CBC, Hurren is an active member of The Canadian Armed Forces who serves as a Canadian Ranger.\nCanadian Rangers live and work in remote, isolated and coastal regions of the country.\nThey support the Armed Forces' national security and public safety operations here at home.