A suspect arrested after police responded to a complaint of a threat that involved a gun in Antigonish is scheduled to return to court in June.
RCMP say a man threatened a woman in the town one afternoon in January.
They say he told her he had a gun in his vehicle.
Police say they seized a .22 calibre handgun, ammo, a baseball bat and a knife.
They say officers arrested John Francis Gerroir, 54, outside a home on Braemore Ave.
Gerroir, who was denied bail following a show cause hearing in February and has been in custody since his arrest, faces several firearms offences, two counts of criminal harassment and one count of uttering threats.
He was expected to stand trial in Antigonish Provincial Court Friday; instead, he has been remanded and is due back for an election-and-plea hearing June 1.