**Updated** Man considered armed and dangerous believed to be in Nova Scotia: RCMP
**Updated at 1:32 p.m.**
New Brunswick RCMP say a 33-year-old man, considered to be armed and dangerous, is believed to be in Nova Scotia.
Police were called to a Sackville, New Brunswick home early last Thursday after a report of a shot being fired, and say there were no injuries.
Morris James Lanceleve was arrested later the same day by Nova Scotia RCMP, and an arrest warrant was issued after he fled police custody.
RCMP say he's been charged with failing to comply with an undertaking, possession of a firearm while prohibited, discharging a firearm while being reckless, and possession of a weapon contrary to an order.
He's described as standing 5'7" and around 133 lbs, with short brown hair and green eyes, and has tattoos of a skull and flames on his right shoulder, and a skull and cross on his upper back.
36-year-old Alisa Margaret Kelly was arrested in Antigonish last Thursday, and is charged with accessory after the fact to careless use of a firearm, and possession of a prohibited weapon.
Anyone who encounters Lanceleve is advised not to approach him, and to contact police immediately.