New court documents have shed even further light on the Rideau Hall intruder’s intentions.

Per CBC News, Corey Hurran had multiple firearms in his possession when he broke into the grounds of Justin Trudeau’s home, including an M14 rifle, a Hi-Standard revolver, and two shotguns. He also reportedly had an unauthorized high-capacity magazine.

22 Charges The 46-year-old faces multiple charges related to the incident.

In addition to multiple weapons charges, the Canadian Forces member is also accused of uttering a threat or conveying a threat to "cause death or bodily harm" to the Prime Minister.

Trudeau and his family were not present at Rideau Cottage when the man breached the grounds on July 2. The PM spoke about the incident one day later.

The man is currently in custody. He's scheduled to appear in court on July 17. 

Via CBC News