A man was detained by police last night after threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. According to a report by Global News, Trudeau was attending a Liberal fundraising event in Mississauga, Ontario when a man uttered threats towards him. Peel Regional Police later arrested the man who made the threat against Justin Trudeau.\nThe RCMP wrote in a statement which was released by the Peel Regional Police that the man was arrested "without incident" and that charges are still being processed for the individual. According to a further report, there were no threats to public safety or to the Prime Minister.\nThe fundraiser was held at the Mississauga Convention Centre located at 75 Derry Rd West. The event reportedly lasted four hours starting at 5:00 PM and ending around 9:00 PM, reports Mississauga.com.\npic.twitter.com/f4wGPnMqyO— Peel Regional Police (@PeelPoliceMedia) May 2, 2019\nPeel Police detained the suspect; however, the RCMP has since taken over the investigation, the suspect was then taken to Missisagua police's 12th Division. The man will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Brampton this Thursday.\nTrudeau was made aware of the protestors gathered outside of the venue. The Prime Minister even went as far as to thank the protestors for their civic participation, Global News reports.\nSpeculation about the detained protestor has already begun, with some believing him to part of the Yellow Vests political extremist group. The Yellow Vests are a right-wing activist group who oppose many of Trudeau's policies.\nThere was someone in a yellow vest group that posted to the group he was going to arrest JT in Mississauga. And of course other yellow vest members back him up. Will know if it was him once the name is released. I follow @VestsCanada that is where I see all the info on them.— J. 🇨🇦 (@CanuckCatLady) May 2, 2019\nWhether or not the man had any affiliation with the Yellow Vests remains unknown at this time.