An armed member of the armed forces has been arrested near the residence of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Governor General Julie Payet. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. The name of the arrested person was not disclosed. However, it was not known when the identity will be revealed. The Canadian security forces said that the member of the army was arrested yesterday (Thursday) with a weapon. Police say the armed men entered the area very close to the official residence of the Prime Minister and Governor General in Ottawa. Police said in a statement that the suspect drove into the area in a car early Thursday morning. He drove to the official residences of the Prime Minister and the Governor General. At one point, when the car broke down, he continued on foot. The patrol police caught him without any incident. The Prime Minister and the Governor General were not at their official residence at the time of the incident. In 2019, Canadian security forces warned of an imminent attack on Justin Trudeau. That’s why Trudeau took part in the election campaign wearing a bulletproof jacket at the time. However, no major violence has taken place so far. A pro-independence group in the Canadian province of Quebec assassinated the second-highest ranking official in the provincial administration in 1980 after abducting him. The suspect had a rifle and two shotguns in his hand, Global News reports. The man wanted to talk to the Prime Minister, not to harm him. According to the Toronto Star, police used two robots to search the truck. Inside was an orange cooler, a leather jacket and army rations.