Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — July 22, 2014

Staff ~ The Prince Albert Daily Herald
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Press releases from RCMP across the province. Unedited and straight from the source.

 

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Southend RCMP

On 2014-07-22 at 2:00 pm the body of a 32 year old male from Southend was located on Reindeer Lake approximately 15 km North East of Southend. The RCMP Underwater Recovery Team (URT) along wither several volunteers from the community assisted with today's search. The coroners office has determined the cause of death to be drowning. The RCMP are not considering the death to be suspicious.  

 

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Maidstone RCMP

2014-July-22 Report time 3 PM

On this date and reported to Maidstone RCMP detachment at 1:36 PM a semi tractor/trailer unit towing two trailers rolled over. The motor vehicle was East bound on Highway 16 at Marshall, Saskatchewan. Approximately 500 - 750 metres East of the Marshall weigh scales the vehicle left the road way and rolled into the south side of Highway 16 into the ditch. At this time there are no reported injuries. The cause is yet to be determined . At report time there is only one occupant, the driver of the semi tractor/trailer unit involved.

 

Currently the shoulder lane of Highway 16 is closed at the incident site. Several emergency services vehicles and Saskatchewan Highway Transport Patrol-Commercial Vehicle Enforcement are on scene assisting in the investigation.

 

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White Butte RCMP

The White Butte RCMP are seeking the assistance from the public in finding two missing youths who were reported missing in the early morning hours from a residence near the town of Pilot Butte.

Krista PENUNSI, 15 years old, described as first nations, 5'3", 160 lbs, with brown eyes and medium length black hair.  ( photo attached)

Josh LEMAY, 15 years old, described as first nations, 5'0", 115 lbs, with brown eyes and short brown hair and both ears peirced. (photo attached)

Anyone with information is asked to contact White Butte Detachment at 306-781-5050 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

 

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Melville RCMP

The Melville Detachment RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating the person(s) responsible for the break and enter to one of the Melsask Motel rooms sometime between July 8th and July 11, 2014. In the break in, an air conditioner, table and chair, shower curtain, and a luggage stand was taken.

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact the Melville RCMP at (306)728-1700 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through Sasktel Mobility Network at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com where you can view information on other unsolved crimes.

 

 

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Maple Creek RCMP

2014-07-22

11:00

On July 21, 2014 at 6:20 p.m. Maple Creek RCMP members attended a single vehicle collision involving a motorcycle approximately 7 kilometres west of the intersection of Highway #1 and Highway #21, near Maple Creek, SK. The collision was reported to RCMP by Regional Communications Emergency Services dispatch.

The driver of the motorcycle was heading westbound on Highway #1 when he lost control of his motorcycle and crashed.  There were no other vehicles nor persons involved in this collision.

The 63 year old male driver from Steinbach, Manitoba was transported by ambulance to Maple Creek hospital and pronounced deceased at the hospital.

The collision is still under investigation.

 

 

 

 

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Langenburg RCMP

2014-07-22

0800

On July 18th, Langenburg RCMP received a complaint of male making a vehicle stop while posing as an undercover RCMP officer on highway #10 near the Manitoba border.

On July 19th at approximately 7:00 pm, RCMP from Langenburg arrested a male in the Calder district and charged him with Personating a Police Officer contrary to Section 130 of the Criminal Code.  The arrest was made without incident.  RCMP seized clothing and an imitation police crested notebook which had been used in a previous incident.  A number of tips were received from the public that aided the police in locating and apprehending the subject.  The man will be appearing at Esterhazy Provincial Court in early August. 

 

 

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Wadena RCMP

2014-07-22

8:15 a.m.

On May 11, 2014, Wadena RCMP received a complaint from a health care worker of a female youth (under the age of 16) who was the victim of a sexual assault.  After Wadena RCMP conducted an investigation, Vincent Alex Desjarlais (DOB: 1965-07-03) of Kylemore, Saskatchewan was charged with the following offences:

- sexual assault, contrary to Section 271 of the Criminal Code (2 counts)

- sexual interference of a person under the age of 16, contrary to Section 151 of the Criminal Code

- procuring miscarriage, contrary to Section 287 (1) of the Criminal Code

- assault, contrary to Section 266 of the Criminal Code

Investigators have been unable to locate Vincent Desjarlais and believe that he is actively attempting to evade police in Manitoba and/or Saskatchewan.  He has connections in the Long Plain First Nation in Manitoba and Punnichy, Yellow Quill First Nation, Saskatoon and Regina in Saskatchewan; however, he could be anywhere in either Manitoba or Saskatchewan.  There is a  warrant for his arrest.  

Desjarlais is described as 48-year-old, aboriginal male with black hair (may have a pony tail) and brown eyes. He is 5 foot, 10 inches, 176 pounds, with a medium build. He has several tattoos: right outer arm, circle with feathers extending down; left arm, eagle head and flower with red centre; left forearm, daggers into a circle; right forearm, various images including a heart and the text "F... You"; neck, small red star with black outline; right shoulder, First Nations male with long hair, an eagle and feathers.  

It is not typical practice for the RCMP to issue media releases relating to sexual assault, especially when the incident involves a youth.  However, efforts to locate Vincent Desjarlais have not been successful and we are asking the public and the media for their assistance in locating Vincent Desjarlais.  Additionally, we anticipate when this incident is before the courts there will be significant restrictions in place relating to what can be published and reported on.  Media outlets are asked to be mindful of this in their reporting.

 

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014 July 21 6:00 am - 2014 July 22 6:00 am

2014 July 22 730 am

Over 20 calls for service/occurrences reported including, 2 False Alarms, 4 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 1 Traffic complaint/occurrence, 4 Municipal Bylaw/Noise complaint.

2014.07.21

1015 am - Reported theft of a 16 foot tandem axel trailer with Saskatchewan License 821 IFD from Clements Drive some time during previous 3 days.

 

155 pm - Report of several intoxicated persons at a business on 101st Street causing a disturbance.  Patrols to area, all subjects gone.

503 pm - Report of a suspect violating a no contact court order with complainant.  Numerous attempts recorded of contact by phone.  Charges currently pending.

603 pm - Report of a damaged window to a business on the 1100 block of 101st Street, some time between previous evening and time of complaint.

638 pm - Report of unconscious male outside a residence on 500 block of 103rd Street.  Two intoxicated males located and medically cleared.  A sober acquaintance was located who drove both parties home.

1006 pm - Report of several youth who were scared and thought someone in a black truck was following them around on 97th Street area.  Subject located, he was out looking for his dog.

2014.07.22

1214 am - Couple of complaints of noisy party at a residence on 1300 block of 103rd Street.  Occupants warned under city bylaw.

 

 

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Yukon RCMP

The following is being released on behalf of the RCMP in Yukon, please refer any media calls directly to them.

2014-07-22

7:50

A man wanted for second-degree murder in the Yukon may be evading police in British Columbia, Alberta or Saskatchewan.

Michael Thomas MacPherson, who may also go by the names of Michael Pound, Michael Proud or Steven Price, was charged in connection with the death of John Tanner Sinclair, 27, who died of stab wounds in the early morning hours of July 15, 2014, in Whitehorse, Yukon.

MacPherson is believed to have fled the Territory. He is known to have spent time and to have contacts in all three western provinces.

He is described as a 32-year-old Caucasian male, 5’10” tall (178 cm), and approximately 220 lbs (100kg). He has brown hair and blue eyes. He has several tattoos on both arms, chest and both calves. He is known to colour or highlight his hair. His teeth are reported to be in visibly very poor condition.

He may be driving a red, older model  Toyota Corolla, possibly with several dents. It may be carrying Yukon license plate AVR55 or HHS50.

MacPherson is believed to be a drug user. He is considered armed, dangerous and violent and should not be approached.

If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts or activities of Michael MacPherson, they are urged to call 9-1-1 or their local police immediately. The telephone number for Whitehorse RCMP is 867-667-5555.

 

 

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Kelvington RCMP

2014-07-22

7:45 a.m.

 

Trevor Kinniewess was located last night safe and sound.

Background:

2014-07-21

4:30 p.m.

The Kelvington/Rose Valley RCMP and Crime Stoppers are seeking assistance from the public in finding a missing child who was reported missing this morning from Yellow Quill First Nation, SK. Trevor KINNIEWESS, 14 years old, was last seen in Yellow Quill on Saturday the 19th of July. He has not returned home since. It is believed that he may have hitchhiked to Regina but his destination is not known. He is described as first nations, 56 tall, 120 lbs, slim build, with brown eyes and short black hair. He was last wearing a grey sweater, orange and black shorts, and a red "Miami" hat. No photo is available at this time

Organizations: RCMP, First Nations, MacPherson Crime Stoppers

Geographic location: Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Regina Saskatoon Yukon 101st Street 103rd Street 97th Street British Columbia Alberta Whitehorse Miami

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