On Monday, the Saskatchewan Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU)-Prince Albert team assisted by the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) K9 Unit arrested two people near Prince Albert.
© Daily Herald staff
Investigators attempted to stop a vehicle near the intersection of Tower Road and Highway 11, a Saskatchewan RCMP press release read. The operator failed to stop, causing a collision and minor damage to two CFSEU vehicles, which ran off the road at the intersection of Donnybrook Road and Highway 2, causing damage to his vehicle.
Although the female passenger voluntarily went into custody immediately, the male driver tried to run and was tracked by the K9 unit.
Both sustained injuries when the vehicle left the roadway and were treated at Victoria Hospital in Prince Albert.
Police report they seized 505 grams of crystal methamphetamine, 279 grams of soft cocaine and 83 grams of crack cocaine during the investigation.
Ryan John Connell, 32, is believed to be from Alberta was arrested in relation to this investigation. A court date has not yet been set. He will be charged with possession of crystal methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, flight, also known as fail to stop for police, and breach of probation.
Taylor Jael Vandresar, 20, believed to be from Saskatchewan was also arrested in relation to the investigation; charges against her are still pending further investigation.