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La Ronge RCMP
2014-07-28 at 4:00 pm
After a brief foot pursuit by members of the La Ronge RCMP Dylan Lewis was arrested and taken into custody. Lewis will be remanded for court on his outstanding charges.
RCMP would like to acknowledge the public's assistance in locating Lewis. Several "tips" had been received from the public regarding Lewis's whereabouts since the initial press release on July 15th.
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2014-07-15 at 1110 hours
On July 15th, 2014 at 1110 hours, the La Ronge RCMP attempted to stop a yellow Toyota FJ Cruiser in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. The vehicle fled from police once officers attempted to pull the vehicle over. RCMP officers did not pursue the vehicle but noted that the vehicle was driving in an erratic manner as it fled from police.
Police identified the driver as Dylan LEWIS (DOB:1991-01-03). LEWIS is currently wanted on a Canada Wide warrant for failing to comply with the terms of his parole. Lewis is a Caucasian male who is 6’1” tall and about 200 pounds. LEWIS has short hair and tattoos on both sides of his neck. LEWIS has a history of violence and weapon offences and should not be approached.
The vehicle was located a short time later at an apartment complex in La Ronge. Officers attended the apartment block and attempted to locate LEWIS. LEWIS was not located at this time and RCMP are asking anyone with information regarding his whereabouts to contact the La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
The La Ronge RCMP are also asking anyone who was in the area of Studer Street or Boardman Street in La Ronge, and witnessed a yellow FJ Cruiser driving erratically, to contact the La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730.
North Battleford RCMP
2014-07-27 6:00 am - 2014-07-26 6:00 am
2014 July 28 2:00 pm
Approximately 15 calls for service, including 1 false alarm, two domestic disputes and a home invasion.
8:58 am : Complaint of an altercation from a week ago where a dispute inside the Petro Canada resulted in one of the individuals nearly running the other over with the vehicle. Matter reported to have it brought to the attention of company whom the vehicle driver worked for.
12:14 pm : 911 Call from a 28 yr old female requesting assistance in removing her 30 yr old boyfriend from the residence after a argument took place. The boyfriend left without incident.
1:13 pm : While conducting foot patrol RCMP came across two males intoxicated. Both were lodged for their own safety, while on was charged for failing to comply with conditions of not to consume alcohol.
1:58 pm : Complaint of youths breaking into an abandoned house. RCMP attended, the house was still boarded up and secure. No signs of entry.
2:30 pm : Complaint of an intoxicated male on 101st Street. The male was located too intoxicated to care for himself, arrested and lodged in cells until he was sober.
3:14 pm : Complaint of animals being abused. RCMP were told that a residence was holding caged rabbits and birds, and it appears as though they were being mistreated. Police attended, animals appeared healthy and cared for. The matter will be followed up with by Municipal Bylaw Officers.
3:26 pm : Complaint of a domestic assault. A 30 yr old female reported being assaulted by her boyfriend. Police attended and the boyfriend had already fled. The matter is still under investigation.
9:39 pm : Complaint of a 30 yr old female who just broke up with her boyfriend. The boyfriend is now sitting outside the house. Police attended, and the boyfriend only wanted a few belongings back. Police accommodated and the issue was resolved.
10:34 pm : Complaint of an intoxicated individuals bothering patrons of MacDonald's restaurant. Police attended and arrested two intoxicated females. The females were then lodged until sober and released.
10:53 pm : Complaint of two males entering a house armed with bear spray and a baseball bat. The two males were confronted by seven occupants of the house and fled. RCMP attended, attempted to track suspects using the police dog, however unsuccessful. Matter is still under investigation, as witness' are not fully cooperating with police at this time.
2:48 am : While on patrol, police located and arrested a nine-teen year old male for failing to comply with the conditions of his curfew.
3:04 am : RCMP reveived a complaint of a 24 yr old female who entered a residence to use the bathroom and then refused to leave the residence. Police attended, and the female was arrested and lodged in cells.
North Battleford RCMP
2014 July 26 6:00 am - 2014 July 27 6:00 am
2014 July 28 930 am
Over 40 calls for service/occurrences including 6 False Alarms, 6 Traffic complaints/occurrences, 7 Municipal Bylaw/Noise Complaints, 5 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 2 Child Welfare/Child Custody Orders occurrences.
619 am - 27 year old man arrested and for Care and Control of a Vehicle while Impaired after a vehicle check on Railway Avenue East. He has since been released from custody and is scheduled to make a first appearance in North Battleford Provincial Court on August 11th.
844 am - Report of mischief to property on Panton Avenue, complainant reporting unknown person left what appears to be a used condom on their vehicle.
1214 pm - Report of fraud/theft of cash from subject's bank account. Investigation ongoing.
214 pm - Members dispatched to a residence on 112th Street on a report of an assault. Suspect was no longer on scene and is known to the complainant/victim. 24 year old male is currently being sought on charges of Assault and Mischief to property.
235 pm - Report of an intoxicated male chasing some children around at a park on 104th Street. 27 year old male located and arrested by members in the area, heavily intoxicated.
335 pm - Hit and run in the parking lot of a business on the 1700 block of 100th Street. Suspect vehicle described as a blue Chev Pickup.
418 pm - Report of persons causing a disturbance down town. 53 year old female, found intoxicated and escorted from area. 30 year old male suspect was sober and told to leave area.
422 pm - Call of intoxicated male walking in the middle of the highway on Highway 4 on the north edge of city. 45 year old male located and arrested.
555 pm - Report of intoxicated persons in alley off 100th Street. Male and female located and arrested. Held in custody until sober.
620 pm - Report of an assault on 107th Street. Charges of Assault and Mischief currently pending against a 20 year old male in connection with complaint. All parties involved known to each other.
855 pm - Report of possible assault/suspicious bruising on a young child. Investigation is continuing.
1016 pm - Residential Break and Enter on 700 block of 102nd Street believed to have occurred at or near time of complaint. Several movies reported stolen.
313 am - Couple reports of noise and loud party at a residence on the 1300 block of 107th Street. Occupants ignored warning and Noise Bylaw Charges are now pending.
330 am - 26 year old woman arrested and charged with Impaired Driving and Driving while over .08 after a vehicle stop on 19th Avenue.
452 am - Call of people fighting on Panton Avenue. Two subject located, both intoxicated and arrested on scene. One male found to be on probation and will be charged with two counts of Failing to Comply.
North Battleford RCMP
2014 July 25 6:00 am - 2014 July 26 6:00 am
2014 July 28 8:00 am
Over 30 calls for service reported, including 2 False Alarms, 3 Child Custody order/Child Welfare complaints, 2 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 6 Traffic related complaints/occurrences, 4 Municipal Bylaw/Noise complaints.
731 am - Vehicle damaged overnight while parked at a business on the 2100 block of 100th Street.
749 am - Report of two additional vehicles damaged while parked overnight at a business on the 2200 block of 100th Street.
124 pm - Minor two vehicle collision on Battleford Road. No injuries reported and both vehicles sustained only minor damages.
156 pm - 43 year old male arrested, found intoxicated and sleeping off 101st Street. Facing charges of Failing to Comply with no alcohol conditions of his Undertaking. Since released from custody pending a first appearance in North Battleford Provincial Court on September 8th.
341 pm - Two vehicle collision on Carlton Trail, both sustained significant damage and were towed from scene. No injuries reported, one driver facing charges under the Traffic Safety Act from proceeding from a stop sign before safe to do so.
520 pm - Report of the theft of a phone charger from a residence on Trudeau Street. Complainant knows suspect and did not want any charges pursued.
542 pm - Report made at detachment of ongoing criminal harassment problems. Suspect known to complainant and investigation is still ongoing.
543 pm - 50 year old male arrested and charged with Public Intoxication, located highly intoxicated on 101st Street.
638 pm - Male suspect reported to have committed a theft from a business on the 1100 block of 102nd Street. Surveillance footage reviewed and investigation is ongoing.
1001 pm - Report of a Missing certified patient, search conducted of several known residences frequented by subject. Located within a short period of time and returned.
1100 pm - Call to a residence on 110th Street of unknown female knocking on subject's back door. Subject located in back yard, intoxicated and would not provide any details relating to why she was at location or where she was intending on going. Subject held in custody until sober.
1208 am - Members dispatched to 1400 block of 101st Street on report of someone being beaten up. The injured male was located by members shortly after the time of complaint. Investigation revealed the male was injured when he broke into a residence on the street and was forcibly removed by one of the occupants. Male and the occupants of the residence are known to each other, but the male was not welcome at the residence due to his high level of intoxication. 42 year old male was arrested and charged with Break and Enter and Mischief under $5,000.
135 am - Uttering threats complaint reported from a residence on 109th Street. Threats stemming from a Domestic relationship. Suspect was not in area and not located. Investigation is ongoing.
136 am - Members called to Highway 16 bypass, caller stating they were assaulted and needed medical attention. Caller located and treated on scene by ambulance personnel. Would not cooperate with police or provide any information relating to alleged assault.
217 am - Report of a vehicle hitting a parked car on 110th Street. Suspect located and 35 year old male is currently facing charges of Impaired Driving and Driving while over .08.
224 am - 27 year old male located by patrolling members standing on 18th Avenue, highly intoxicated. Found to be on conditions not to consume alcohol, arrested and charges pending.
North Battleford RCMP
2014 July 28 8:00 am
A 27 year old male from North Battleford is facing charges of Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking Cocaine, Trafficking Cocaine, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Obstruction, Failing to Comply with Probation and Possession of Marihuana after a vehicle stop on South Railway Avenue on Thursday July 24th in the early afternoon. The male was driving a vehicle and found to be wanted on several outstanding charges. Further investigation resulted in the above charges. He made his first appearance on the noted charges while still in custody on Friday July 25th at 930 am.
A 27 year old Okotoks, AB woman is facing several charges under the Criminal Code following a driving incident that occurred on Saturday, July 26th at approximately 10:00 a.m. throughout southern Saskatchewan.
Weyburn Police Service officers initially attempted to stop a 2014 Dodge Ram when it fled North on Highway 39 towards Milestone, SK. Several motorists on that Highway reported via 911 that the driver was driving erratically and operating the vehicle at an extremely high rate of speed. The speed was such that Weyburn Police Service as well as RCMP units dis-engaged from pursuing the vehicle. An RV driver reported that their vehicle had been struck by this vehicle near the community of Milestone, damaging both vehicles. As the vehicle sped North on Highway #39, RCMP White Butte, Regina Police Service as well as Moose Jaw RCMP were advised to be on the lookout for this vehicle as it might be heading in their direction.
A motorist reported to 911 that the vehicle was driving erratically and at a high rate of speed near the community of Wilcox, SK, heading West. At this point, Moose Jaw RCMP positioned themselves near Drinkwater, SK and were set to deploy a spike belt if the vehicle was observed. Following the sighting in Wilcox, after searching Highway #39 and several grid roads in the area, the vehicle was located abandoned next to “The Ruby” at the Corner Gas movie set in Roleau, SK (photo attached). The vehicle had a cracked front windshield and the two side mirrors were missing.
Witnesses at the movie set assisted with information that led police a short distance away where the 27 year old female was arrested without incident and taken in to custody. The vehicle was towed to the RCMP Forensic Identification Section in Regina where it has since been examined. The vehicle was reported stolen out of Calgary with the license plate reported stolen out of Manitoba.
Stephanie MARTENS, 27 years old, from Okotoks, AB is facing numerous charges under the Criminal code, including:
Dangerous Driving (x3)
Failure to remain at the scene of a collision
Possession of Stolen Property (x2)
Flight from Police
MARTENS has been remanded and will appear in Regina Provincial Court on Monday morning, July 28th.
Numerous agencies assisted with this investigation including: Weyburn Police Service, Moose Jaw City Police and the Regina Police Service. Assisting RCMP detachments included White Butte, Milestone, Weyburn, Moose Jaw Detachment, Radville, as well as RCMP Traffic Services. The RCMP Dog Services & the Forensic Identification Unit from Regina also assisted. RCMP would also like to thank the numerous motorists who reported the incident and led police to where the truck & suspect were eventually located.