Published on May 29, 2014
Police and firefighters corral cattle involved in a semi accident near Chamberlain.
Published on May 29, 2014
(A.J.) Alexander Jack Scott Thompson, 19, was last seen walking in Readlyn on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at approximately 6:30 p.m.
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Lumsden RCMP advises that Hwy #2 is now open to traffic in both lanes. Thank you for your patience.
The Coronach RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating (A.J.) Alexander Jack Scott Thompson, a 19 year old male who was last seen walking in Readlyn, SK on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at approximately 6:30 p.m.
A.J. has health concerns and his family is concerned about his well being.
A.J. is described as being a Caucasian male, approximately 5'9" tall weighing 170 lbs. He has brown hair and brown eyes. A.J. was last seen wearing all black clothing and a brown jacket.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of A.J. is asked to call the Coronach RCMP at (306) 267-1830
Lumsden RCMP would like to advise the public that Hwy #2 where the accident occurred overnight (approx 5 kms south of Chamberlain), is currently blocked in both lanes as the scene is being cleaned up and the semi and trailer are being moved.
It is anticipated that the highway will be blocked for upwards of one hour. Once the scene is cleared, an update will be provided.
The grid roads in the area are soft and muddy making detours difficult.
Any motorists using Hwy #2 either from the Moose Jaw or Chamberlain areas are cautioned to find alternate routes or delay their travel plans.
North Battleford RCMP
2014 May 28 6:00 am - 2014 May 29 6:00 am
2014 May 29 730 am
Over 40 occurrences/calls for service. 2 False Alarms. 3 Municipal Bylaw complaints. 11 Traffic complaints/files. 2 false/nuisance 911 calls.
1027 am - Complaint of a possible impaired driver on 101st Street, driving dangerously. Subject located and found to be in medical distress, and taken to hospital.
116 pm - Report of a possible assault or sexual assault from several days earlier. Few details provided or available at this time as complaint came forward third hand.
123 pm - Two women, ages 36 and 42, arrested after complaint of several people fighting/arguing on 101st Street. Two other subjects were also located and warned to leave area.
215 pm - 33 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance, extremely intoxicated and bothering people on 101st Street.
331 pm - Report of a vehicle damaged early Sunday morning while parked in a lot on 1400 block of 102nd street.
733 pm - 65 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication, found sleeping on 10th Avenue.
755 pm - Shoplifting complaint on 101st Street. 57 year old man arrested and facing one count of Theft under $5,000.
851 pm - Two bikes reported stolen from 114th Street, a green BMX and a red BMX.
1024 pm - 911 call of an assault/fight between two women on Diefenbaker Drive. Subjects involved located a short distance away but all parties uncooperative.
1046 pm - Report of shoplifting from a business on 101st Street. Suspect located later in evening. 23 year old male arrested and facing charges of Theft Under $5000, Obstruction, Possession of a Weapon for a dangerous purpose, Carrying a Concealed weapon, and Failing to Comply with an Undertaking. Subject also had warrants for arrest out of Edmonton and Meadow Lake. Remains in custody and will appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on Thursday May 29th at 930am.
1205 am - Complaint of a Sexual assault from earlier in evening from 103rd Street. Suspect known to victim has been identified, but has not yet been located. Charges currently pending.
1258 am - Attempted theft/shoplifting complaint at a business. Suspect grabbed an empty box and fled down 101st Street with it.
101 am - Several reports made of loud banging/possible gun shots in area of 110th Street and 12th Avenue. No one injured or damage to property discovered or reported. No witnesses to source of noise which has yet to be confirmed.
114 am - Several unwanted intoxicated persons in complainant's yard on 110th Street. 21 year old male located and arrested.
208 am - 26 year old male arrested and charged with Impaired Driving, Driving over .08 after vehicle stop on 101st Street.
The scene has been cleared. Semi and trailer will be removed sometime this morning.
The Lumsden RCMP, Craik RCMP and Moose Jaw RCMP are still on scene of the semi rollover cattle-liner,
with the assistance of Lumsden Fire Dpt, Davidson Fire Dpt, Bethune Fire Dpt, and Gibson International Carriers.
Cattle are being removed from the damaged/rolled trailer. There are still cows unaccounted for that are loose in the area. Some cows did perish in the crash.
The semi will be recovered in the morning.
The highway is open to one lane of traffic, please be mindful.
Once the scene has been cleared another update will be provided.
2014-05-28 2351 hrs
Just before midnight Lumsden RCMP received a call regarding a semi rollover (cattle-liner) on Hwy #2 approximately 5 km's south of #11 junction near Chamberlain. Early reports say cattle are running loose in the area, and members ask that the public avoid using the highway at this time. We ask the public be on the lookout for loose cattle. Moose Jaw, Craik and Lumsden RCMP have all been dispatched to assist.
Heavy rain, high winds and lightning have been noted in the area but it is unknown if this was a contributing factor in the accident.
It is unknown if anyone was injured in the crash at the time of this press release. Further updates will be provided as information becomes available.