Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Aug. 22, 2014

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Carnduff RCMP - *UPDATE* Missing Person - Possible Drowning

2014-08-22

3:00 p.m.

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The RCMP Underwater Recovery Team (URT), with the assistance of Carnduff Detachment, Oxbow Fire Department and local searchers from the White Bear First Nation, located and recovered the remains of a 43-year-old male from the White Bear First Nation at approximately 10:15 a.m. on Friday, August 22, 2014, near the Alameda Dam.

 

The RCMP URT team, comprised of two Saskatchewan members and one Manitoba member, resumed their search at approximately 9:00 a.m. on August 22. As they were searching one area, a group of local searchers from the White Bear First Nation in a separate boat informed the URT team that they had located the body of an adult male approximately 450 feet from where the missing man was last seen. The body is that of the male that was last seen attempting to swim across the river on August 20, 2014.

 

Carnduff RCMP and the URT team would like to thank the Oxbow Fire Department for their assistance in the search. The two teams utilized the Oxbow Fire Department’s boat, which was able to go into a remote area that was not accessible by the URT equipment. They would also like to thank the searchers from the White Bear First Nation.

 

The man’s family has been notified and his name will not be released at this time.

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RCMP Cut Knife - Missing Male - Vernon Arthur KASOKEO

  2014-08-22

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Cut Knife RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person.

On Thursday, August 21, 2014, Cut Knife RCMP received a request to assist with locating 40-year-old Vernon Arthur KASOKEO from Poundmaker First Nation. 

Vernon Kasokeo was last seen at his residence on Poundmaker First Nation on Monday, August 18, 2014.  Vernon Kasokeo is a First Nations male, approximately 5’7” tall and weighs about 185 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes and it is unknown what he was last wearing.  Vernon may possibly be in or traveling to the City of Saskatoon, but there has not been any confirmed sightings.

If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Vernon Kasokeo, please contact Cut Knife RCMP at 306-398-3500 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through Sask-Tel at *8477, text TIP206  plus your message to CRIMES (274637) or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com where you can also view information on other unsolved crimes.

 

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RCMP Rose Valley/Kelvington - Public assistance

The Rose Valley / Kelvington RCMP and Crime Stoppers are seeking assistance from the public in solving the following crime which happened on or about the 15th day of August, 2014. During this time, an unknown vehicle(s) entered private farm land in the Rural Municipality of Hazel Dell just west of Lintlaw, Saskatchewan and caused damage to the crop on that land.  Rose Valley / Kelvington RCMP continue their investigation.

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact the Kelvington Detachment RCMP at 306-327-1200 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through Sask-Tel Mobility at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

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RCMP Moose Jaw - Fatal Single Vehicle Collision

 

At approximately 04:47 this morning, members of the Moose Jaw RCMP Detachment, EMS and Fire were called to the scene of a single vehicle roll over near Besant, on Highway #1.  One person has been pronounced deceased on scene, and two have been transported to Moose Jaw Hospital with undetermined injuries.   Members of the Moose Jaw Detachment, and "F" Div Traffic reconstructionist remain on scene to continue the investigation.  Motorists are asked to use extra caution while passing the scene in both directions, as traffic has been restricted to one lane in each direction.  Expect delays in the area for the next several hours as the investigation continues.  Remember to slow to 60 km/hr when passing emergency workers.

 

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Battleford Detachment - Municipal - Daily Report

 

2014 August 21 6:00 am – 2014 August 22 6:00 am

2014 August 22 10:00 am

Approximately 35 calls for service/occurrences reported including, 2 Mental Health Act occurrences, 4 False/nuisance 911 calls and 1 Child Welfare Act.

2014-08-21

7:55 am – Complaint of two intoxicated people refusing to leave an address on 106th Street. Members attended the address and arrested the two people lodging until sober.

9:00 am – Complaint of break and enter into an address on 98th Street. When told to leave by the complainant the male refused and pushed her. The male fled on foot before police arrived, still under investigation.

9:49 am – Complaint of uttering threats via text message over something that had been posted on Facebook, still under investigation.

11:59 am – Complaint of damage to a vehicle while parked on 100th Street.

12:01 pm – Complaint of a male youth threatening to harm his step father with brass knuckles at a local business. The youth fled from the business and was unable to be located by police. Charges will be laid in regards to this incident.

1:36 pm – Complaint of an unwanted male at an address on 101st Street. This incident is related to an assault from a previous date. Members attended, located and arrested the male in relation to the assault.

2:02 pm – Intoxicated male located and arrested as in a public place, released once sober.

2:30 pm – Complaint of 3 people entering a storage unit behind a local business. Located by Members and one arrested for Cause Disturbance and lodged until sober.

4:16 pm – Complaint from a local licensed premise that two intoxicated people entered and the complainant would like them to be removed. Members attended and both intoxicated people were arrested for being intoxicated in a public place and lodged until sober.

4:28 pm – Complaint of a break and enter into a shed at an address on 91st Street. The break in occurred sometime the previous day. The lock was broken and it is unknown at this time if anything was taken.

5:22 pm – Complaint of 3 intoxicated people outside a local business causing a disturbance. Patrols were made, results negative.

6:54 pm – Ongoing dispute between two people reported to police. This matter was deemed not to be a police matter.

6:30 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male passed out on 103rd Street. Arrested and lodged until sober.

6:50 pm – Complaint that a motorist on Territorial Drive threw an item from their vehicle at a person on a bicycle. Attempts made to locate the suspect vehicle were negative.

7:39 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male passed out in the yard of an address on 109th Street. Male was located by Members and driven to an address where a responsible adult agreed to look after the male.

9:07 pm – Complaint of traffic hazard on Highway 16 entering North Battleford. Patrols were made, results negative.

 

 

9:20 pm – Complaint of people partying in complainant’s apartment while she was away.

9:30 pm – Assistance to Bylaw Officer with the arrest and lodging of an intoxicated female on 100th Street.

11:23 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated female at the Agrivilla. Members attended and arrested the female youth for being intoxicated in a public place. The youth was lodged until her legal guardian was able to attend and pick her up.

11:32 pm – Complaint of a disturbance at an apartment building on 106th Street. Members attended and mediated the disagreement, all parties agreed to sober up and leave each other alone. No further calls to this address.

11:59 pm – Complaint of a single vehicle collision on Territorial Drive near 19th Avenue. Members attended and issued the driver a ticket and 24 hour driving suspension.

2014-08-22

1:42 am – Complaint of people trying to break into a garage at an address on 101st Street.  Members made extensive patrols but were unable to locate the two people responsible. No entry gained and no damage to property.

2:10 am – Complaint of a possible impaired driver leaving a licensed premise on 100th Street. Members located the vehicle and attempted to initiate a road side stop and the vehicle fled from police. The license plate had been expired for over a year and the occupants could not be identified.

3:39 am – Complaint of an intoxicated male at an address on 105th Street. Members attended and were advised that the male stole a pair of shoes and a cell phone. A foot chase ensued and the male was apprehended, the property returned to owner and the male lodged until sober. No charges were laid at the request of the complainant.

5:16 am – Complaint of noise coming from JPII High School.

 

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Humboldt RCMP - Business Break and Enter

2014-08-22

1015 hrs.  

Humboldt RCMP is currently investigating a Break and Enter to a business located on the 600 block of 7th street in Humboldt.  During the early morning hours of August 20th 2014,  the suspects gained entry to the business stealing cash as well as a few other small items.

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact your nearest police service or RCMP, or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel Mobility Network at *TIPS or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com  If your information leads to an arrest or a case being cleared, you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00.

 

 

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RCMP Battlefords - Armed Robbery, Mosquito First Nation

2014-08-21 Immediate --------------------------------------------------------------------   Battlefords RCMP are currently investigating an armed robbery that occurred outside of a residence on Mosquito First Nation, located approximately 35 kms south of North Battleford, SK on the night of August 16, 2014.  Several suspects in a dark colored 4 door car, followed the victims to a residence on the First Nation and had them exit their vehicle at gun point.  There were said to be at least 3 suspects with firearms and possibly 2 more that remained in the suspect vehicle.  All of the suspects were dressed in black, had their faces covered with bandanas and were described by the witnesses as being First Nation.  The suspects stole a small amount of cash from the victims and then left the residence in the suspect vehicle without harming any of the victims.  

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact the Battlefords RCMP Detachment at 1-306-446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through Sask-Tel at *8477, text TIP206  plus your message to CRIMES (274637) or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com where you can also view information on other unsolved crimes.

 

 

 

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Battlefords Detachment - Municipal - Daily Report

2014 August 20 6:00 am – 2014 August 21 6:00 am

2014 August 21 10:50 am

Approximately 39 calls for service/occurrences reported including, 4 False/nuisance 911 calls, 1 Child Welfare Act, 1 Family dispute, 1 False Alarm call and 1 erratic driving complaint.

2014-08-20

7:44 am – Complaint of an intoxicated male passed out, outside a hotel. Members attended and arrested and lodged the male until sober.

8:07 am – Male arrested for possession or a controlled substance at an address on 114th Street, still under investigation.

9:22 am – Call for assistance at the Hospital, Members attended and assisted staff as necessary.

9:43 am – Call for assistance to Ambulance personnel with a violent patient. Police assistance canceled as patient was now calm.

10:30 am – Complaint of damage to a vehicle that had been left in a local business parking lot, still under investigation.

11:05 am – Complaint of possible impaired driving. Members made patrols and located the vehicle. The driver was arrested for impaired operation of a motor vehicle and over 80mg%. Released for court once sober.

2:58 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male being unlawfully in a dwelling house at an address on 107th Street.

3:10 pm – Complaint of suspicious activity the previous evening on 16th Avenue.  Males with flashlights were seen by complainant looking around the area.

4:11 pm – Complaint of damage to vehicle on Panton Avenue overnight.

4:41 pm – Complaint from a local licensed premise that an intoxicated female was causing problems and refusing to leave. Members attended and arrested the female, lodging in cells until sober.

4:41 pm – Complaint of 3 intoxicated people outside of a local business

5:25 pm – Complaint of break and enter into a shed at an address on 92nd Street and a long board missing, still under investigation.

5:25 pm – Complaint of break and enter into a shed at an address on Thomas Avenue. Entry was not gained into the building but items are missing from the area, still under investigation.

5:49 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male in the backyard of an address located on 105th Street. Members attended and arrested the male lodging him until sober.

7:25 pm – Complaint of a motor home being spray painted within the last month, still under investigation.

8:53 pm – Complaint of cause disturbance outside a local Motel - unknown males making unwanted comments to a female walking past.

9:03 pm – Complaint of a break and enter at an address on 101st Street, that occurred in the past two weeks while the homeowner was out of town. Damage to a door and window but nothing was missing, still under investigation.

9:52 pm – Complaint of assault cause bodily harm on St. Laurent Drive. One female has been charged and held for court this morning in relation to this incident.

10:17 pm – Complaint of youth shining a laser at motorists on Territorial Drive. Patrols made however, the youth were not located.

11:13 pm – Assistance to Hospital Staff with a combative patient. Member attended and kept the peace while the patient received treatment.

11:15 pm – Complaint of an assault. Female victim assaulted by a male, still under investigation.

11:45 pm – Complaint of intoxicated female on 13th Avenue. The female was arrested and taken to the hospital to treat her level of intoxication.

2014-08-21

12:09 am – Complaint of loud suspicious activity at an address on 108th Street. Members attended and talked to people that were located outside. Nothing suspicious and they were warned about the noise level.

1:46 am – Complaint of 7 intoxicated youth males at a local business threatening patrons and staff. The youth left the store on foot and were located by members. Several of the youth were on court ordered conditions and were charged accordingly.

3:02 am – Complaint of a loud tenant in an apartment above the complainant at an address on 106th Avenue. Members attended and warned the tenant.

4:29 am – Complaint of a car alarm going off on 99th Street. Members attended and the vehicle door was ajar but no damage.  Registered owner notified and secured the vehicle.

4:30 am – Complaint of 5 people fighting on 108th Street. Members attended to find that one male and one female had been assaulted with a beer bottle - Investigation ongoing.

5:40 am – Complaint of an intoxicated male outside an address on 105th Street, laying on the walkway and yelling. Members attended and arrested the male lodging him until sober.

 

Craik/Southey RCMP: Missing Person – Possible Drowning

2014-08-21


9:30 a.m.

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On August 20, 2014 at approximately 12:12 p.m., Southey RCMP received a complaint of a boat found adrift on Last Mountain Lake between Fox’s Point and Wee Too Beach. The boat was towed to the Rowan’s Ravine Marina.

The boat was identified as belonging to a 78-year-old adult male who has a residence at Wee Too Beach. The man was not located at his residence and his truck and trailer were located at the boat launch at Wee Too Beach. Several of the man’s belongings were located at the end of the dock at Wee Too Beach.

An initial search of the shoreline in the area yielded negative results. Craik/Southey RCMP and the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team continue to search for the missing man and the investigation is ongoing.

 

 

Carnduff RCMP - Missing Person - Possible Drowning 

2014-08-20

8:00 PM

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On August 20, 2014 at approximately 4:10 PM, members of the Carnduff RCMP responded to a complaint of a possible drowning near the Alameda Dam. The Alameda Dam is located approximately 4 km east of the community of Alameda, Sk.

Witnesses at the scene reported seeing a 43 year old man disappear under the water while he was trying to swim across the river.  Attempts by witnesses to locate the man were not successful.  

Oxbow Rescue, EMS, Carnduff RCMP and the RCMP Underwater Recovery Team are currently at the scene and are continuing to search for the missing man. Additional information will be provided as the investigation unfolds.

The name of the missing man is not being released at this time.

 

Rosetown RCMP - Motorist Alert - UPDATE

2014-08-20

7:10 PM

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The road blockage previously reported on Highway 7 west of Harris, SK. has been cleared.  Traffic flow through the area has returned to normal.

 

Rosetown RCMP - Motorist Alert - UPDATE 

2014-08-20

7:10 PM

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The road blockage previously reported on Highway 7 west of Harris, SK. has been cleared.  Traffic flow through the area has returned to normal.

 

Swift Current RCMP - Single Vehicle Rollover - Highway 4 - Motorist Alert

2014-08-20

5:18 PM

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Swift Current Rural RCMP are currently at the scene of a single vehicle rollover involving a semi tractor / trailer unit on Highway 4 approximately 10 miles north of Swift Current, SK.  Highway 4 is partially blocked at the crash site and motorists are advised to seek alternate routes of travel through the area.

 

Rosetown RCMP - Motorist Alert 

2014-08-20

4:47 PM

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Rosetown RCMP are currently at the scene of a partial road blockage on Highway 7 approximately 5 miles west of Harris, SK.  Several pig carcasses have fallen from the back of a moving truck and have blocked portions of the highway.  Motorists are advised to slow down and seek alternate routes of travel through the area.

 

RCMP Battleford - Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision - UPDATE

2014-08-20

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After completing a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the motor vehicle collision on the Mosquito First Nation that occurred on July 29 and ended up in the death of a 3 year old girl, the RCMP, in consultation with the North Battleford Crown Attorney's office, have determined there was no criminal element to this tragic accident and no charges are to be laid in the matter.

 

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Weyburn/Radville RCMP: *UPDATE* Double Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision

The family of the driver of the semi-tractor trailer unit has consented to having his name released.

59-year-old Glen Trenouth from the Radville area died at the collision scene.

Please respect the family’s privacy during this difficult time.

 

BACKGROUND:

2014-08-20

1:25 p.m.

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Weyburn/Radville RCMP and an RCMP Collision Reconstructionist from Estevan continue to investigate the cause of the three vehicle fatal collision that occurred on Tuesday, August 19, 2014, east of Pangman, Saskatchewan.

The three vehicles involved in the collision were a Nissan SUV, driven by an adult male with one adult female passenger, a Dodge Journey, driven by an adult female with one male youth passenger and a semi-tractor trailer unit driven by an adult male.

Deceased at the scene was the driver of the Nissan SUV, a 44-year-old male from Austria (Europe) and the driver of the semi-tractor trailer unit, a 59-year-old male from the Radville area. Their names will not be released at this time.

The female passenger of the Nissan SUV was taken to hospital in Regina with undetermined injuries and both occupants of the Dodge Journey were transported by STARS to hospital in Regina with undetermined injuries.

Due to the fact that there were no independent witnesses at the scene and any surviving individuals were taken to hospital, statements are currently being taken to determine the cause of the collision and is still under investigation by Weyburn/Radville RCMP and an RCMP Collision Reconstructionist from Estevan, Sk.

 

 

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RCMP Gravelbourg Single Vehicle Rollover results in injury to lone male driver - August 18, 2014

At 6:18 pm, Gravelbourg RCMP, Fire and EMS responded to a report of a single vehicle rollover, just west of and near the intersection of the Hwy 43 and 19.

The single male driver of a mini-van was ejected and sustained serious injuries. He has been air-lifted to Regina. The full extent of injuries is not know at this time. No name available.

Alcohol is not believed to be a factor. Seatbelt and speed are believed to be a factor. The RCMP continues to investigate.

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RCMP- Macklin Convenience Store Break and Enter- August 18, 2014

The Unity/Wilkie/Macklin RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in finding the person or persons responsible for a break and enter that occurred at a convenience store in Macklin. On Monday, August 18, 2014, at around 3:00 a.m., a lone suspect gained access into the convenience store by breaking the main entrance’s glass door using a crowbar. The suspect stole over 1,000 packs of cigarettes worth approximately $12,000.00.   The suspect is described as a heavier set male who was wearing grey sweatpants, a black or dark coloured sweater, a camouflage hat and white gloves. The suspect was driving what appeared to be a mid-2000’s white four-door pickup truck.   If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact Macklin RCMP at (306) 753-2171 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477),  through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com 

 

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Weyburn RCMP Detachment: Three vehicle, two person fatality  1822 hrs   Today, at 5:11 pm, Weyburn RCMP responded to a three motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Highway 6 and 13, East of Pangman.   The RCMP, EMS and Fire are on location. And the RCMP Traffic Analyst is en-route. Highway 6 southbound is closed for the next 3 to 4 hours. Traffic is being rerouted. Highway 6 northbound is open. Highway 13 both ways are open.   The names of the two deceased are not being released at this time awaiting notification of next of kin. There are also 3 injured person in care of EMS.

 

 

 

 

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Smeaton/Nipawin RCMP: Distraught male/firearms

2014-08-18

12:30 p.m.

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At 6:30 p.m. on Monday, August 18, 2014, RCMP responded to a call of a distraught male at the Candle Lake Gun Range on Highway #120, 10 kilometers south of the Resort Village of Candle Lake.  The 31-year-old male was allegedly armed and witnesses had heard shots fired.   

Smeaton and Nipawin RCMP members contained the area, blocking off Highway #120. Members made contact with the male via telephone and he came out peacefully and on his own from the Gun Range at 9:20 p.m. and surrendered to police.

The male was not injured and was arrested at the scene.  Several firearms were seized at the scene.

The investigation is continuing and charges are being considered.

Police would like to thank the citizens of Candle Lake and area for their patience during this time.

 

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Battlefords RCMP: Municipal - Daily report

2014 August 18 6:00 am – 2014 August 19 6:00 am

2014 August 19 10:30 am

Approximately 32 calls for service/occurrences reported including, 2 False alarms, 1 erratic driving complaint and 1 false/nuisance 911 call.

2014-08-18

7:07 am – Complaint of intoxicated female staggering in a back alley off of 101st Street. Members attended and the female was arrested for being drunk in a public place and lodged in cells until sober.

8:44 am – Complaint of an abandoned vehicle in a local business parking lot that appeared to have been rummaged through. Still under investigation.

9:44 am – Complaint of property damage to a construction company’s compound. The fence was damaged and lights smashed out. A baseball bat was left on scene – still under investigation.

1:07 pm – Two vehicle motor vehicle collision on 100th Street, minor damage and no injuries.

1:27 pm – Complaint of theft of bolt cutters from a local business. Still under investigation.

2:22 pm – Complaint of intoxicated person at address trying to get into residence. Complainant was concerned for the small child with the intoxicated person. Members attended and arrested the intoxicated male on outstanding warrants and the child was turned over to sober family members.  The male was released from police custody once sober with court documents.

3:40 pm – Complaint of property damage to fence located in the 900 block of 109th Street. It appeared that a vehicle drove through a vacant lot and through the fence.

6:28 pm – Complaint of suspicious activity at an address on 101st Street.  Still under investigation.

7:46 pm – Complaint of a disturbance outside a local business on 101st Street. Two intoxicated males arguing and harassing people. Members attended and the two males were arrested and lodged until sober. Upon release they were issued tickets for being intoxicated in a public.

7:57 pm – Complaint of a missing person. Still under investigation.

8:21 pm – Complaint of suspicious activity in an alley off of 104th Street, the complainant believed that the occupants of a vehicle may be involved in drug trafficking. Still under investigation.

8:52 pm – Complaint of a stolen vehicle that was parked outside a business overnight. Still under investigation.

9:08 pm – Complaint of an 8 year old child being attacked by a black dog that exited a yard on 95th Street. The child was taken to the hospital and treated. Still under investigation.

10:24 pm – Complaint of a female being pushed down by an ex-boyfriend and her cell phone smashed. Still under investigation.

10:25 pm – Complaint of a youth out past curfew. Members attended to find the youth at home and not in violation of his court order.

10:35 pm – Complaint of vehicle fire on Wearing Road.  Still under investigation.

10:38 pm – Complaint of intoxicated female on 101st Street. Members attended, arrested and lodged the female until sober.

10:53 pm – Complaint of theft of truck which occurred sometime throughout the day. Still under investigation.

11:16 pm – Complaint of harassing phone calls from one female to another. The aggressor was spoken to and warned by member.

2014-08-19

12:17 am – Complaint of an intoxicated male in the hospital. Members attended and the male was arrested and lodged in cells until sober.

12:42 am – Complaint of intoxicated female caring for children. Members attended and the female was intoxicated and became assaultive towards police. The female was arrested and lodged until sober. The children were apprehended by Social Services.

1:36 am – Complaint of a loud party on Ross Crescent. Members attended and warned the homeowner.

2:34 am – Complaint of loud people in an apartment above complainant on 111th Street. Members attended and warned occupants.

2:48 am – Complaint of a loud party in the 1000 block of 110th Street. Members attended and heard loud voices and a loud TV. Homeowner warned.

5:00 am – Complaint of a youth breaching curfew at a local group home. Still under investigation.

 

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2014-08-19

9:50 a.m.

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La Ronge RCMP: Cabin fire

On August 17, 2014, at approximately 11:30 p.m., La Ronge RCMP was advised of a cabin fire near Potato Lake, approximately 14 km south of La Ronge.  The area was only accessible by boat. 

 

La Ronge RCMP and Ministry of Environment Conservation Officers attended the scene on the morning of August 18, 2014, to find the cabin completely destroyed.  Witnesses identified a 28-year-old female from the Lac La Ronge Indian Band as a possible suspect. She was later located and arrested in relation to this incident. She has been released for Provincial Court in La Ronge on October 20, 2014. 

 

The suspects name will not be released until formal charges have been sworn.

 

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2014-08-19

8:50 a.m.

 

Pelican Narrows RCMP: Missing child located

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On Sunday, August 17, 2014, at approximately 1:00 p.m., Pelican Narrows RCMP received a complaint of a missing two-year-old male child. The child was reported to have been missing since approximately 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 16, 2014. 

All Pelican Narrows RCMP members actively searched the residence and close vicinity of where the child was last seen and North Battleford Police Dog Services was traveling to the community and Search and Rescue was notified. At approximately 2:45 p.m., the child was located by a 17-year-old male and 24-year-old male, who had walked into the bush line to begin searching for him. The child was located in the bush, sitting approximately 3/4 mile behind Opawikoscikan School in an area referred to as the ‘ski hill.’ The child was found wearing only a t-shirt.

The child was transported to the Angelique Health Centre in Pelican Narrows where he was treated for minor cuts and bug bites, but was otherwise said to be in good health. The temperature overnight in Pelican Narrows on Saturday, August 16 was about 19 degrees Celsius.

Pelican Narrows RCMP would like to thank the community for their assistance in locating the child. The child is in the care of the Ministry of Social Services.

 

 

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North Battleford RCMP: Daily Report

  2014 August 17  6:00 am - 2014 August 18  6:00 am

 

2014 August 18  9:00 am

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Over 35 calls for service/occurrences reported, including 5 False Alarms, 3 traffic complaints/occurrences, 2 Municipal Bylaw/Noise complaints, 1 False / Nuisance 911 call, 2 occurrence relating to Child Welfare/Child Custody. 2014.08.17 731 am - Call of a dispute at a business. Mediated by members and resolved.   556 pm - Report of Break and Enter to a residence.  Investigation resulted in the arrest of 4 youth - held in custody for court the next morning all facing charge of Break and Enter to a residence.  Investigation ongoing.   650 pm - Report of an intoxicated male causing problems at a business. 1 male arrested for Causing a Disturbance and Failing to Comply with No alcohol conditions. Male was held in custody for court the next morning.   1125 pm - While on patrol members conducted a vehicle stop, resulting in the  driver being arrested for Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle. The driver was released pending future court appearance.   2014.08.18 140 am - Report of 3-4 people fighting near a business. All involved parties then had left the area - patrols to locate those involved were negative. 

 

 

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Warman RCMP: Motor Vehicle Collision

2014/08/15

4:11 p.m.

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On Friday, August 15 2014, Warman RCMP was dispatched to a complaint of a two vehicle collision that occurred at approximately 9:40 am on Highway #16, in the westbound lane, seven miles west of Saskatoon. 

 

The initial investigation revealed, a Ford F350 pulling a 5th wheel camper trailer attempted to change into the left lane and collided with a Ford F150 which was also travelling westbound in the left lane. The two occupants of the Ford F350 and the driver of the Ford F150 did not require medical assistance at the scene.

 

Saskatoon Fire, Saskatoon EMS, Dalmeny Police Service and Corman Park Police Service attended the scene.

 

Weather and road conditions are not considered factors in the collision. One westbound lane was blocked while investigators examined the scene. It has since been re-opened. The driver of the F350 was charged under the Saskatchewan Traffic Safety Act section 228(1)(a) – Change lanes when unsafe.

 

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Southey-Strasbourg RCMP

 

 

2014-08-15

11:55 a.m.

 

On Friday, August 15, 2014, at approximately 6:30 a.m., Southey/Strasbourg RCMP was called to a single vehicle collision approximately one mile west of Strasbourg.

 

Sometime between 11:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 14 and 6:20 a.m. on Friday, August 15, a black SUV was traveling on a grid road that extends from Highway #731. Initial investigation has revealed that the vehicle drifted to the left side of the road and traveled along the grass before hitting several large rocks. The vehicle rolled and came to rest on its passenger side in a slough alongside the road, facing west.

 

Southey/Strasbourg RCMP, Strasbourg Fire and EMS and the Coroner attended the scene.

 

The 41-year-old female driver and lone occupant of the vehicle from the resort community of Collingwood Estates, was pronounced deceased at the scene.

 

The collision scene was cleared at 10:15 a.m on August 15.

 

There was fog in the area throughout the night which may have been a contributing factor in the collision.  It is unknown at this time if alcohol is a factor.

 

Southey/Strasbourg RCMP along with the Office of the Chief Coroner is continuing their investigations into this fatal collision.  An autopsy has been ordered and the name of the deceased will not be released at this time.

 

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Shellbrook RCMP

2014-08-15

10:50 a.m.

 

On Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at approximately 1:20 p.m., Shellbrook/Ahtahkakoop Detachment members responded to a complaint of a white, four-door SUV that had almost hit a female.  The female, whose identity is unknown, was able to identify the driver and had mentioned the possibility of a firearm being in the vehicle.

 

Members located the vehicle with four male occupants inside. The vehicle did not stop when members activated emergency lights and instead pulled into the driveway of a residence on Ahtahkakoop First Nation.

 

Two adult males exited the vehicle and were directed to lie on the ground. Two adult males remained inside the vehicle. A member removed and seized a firearm from the vehicle. The two adult males on the ground did not comply with directions given by the member and were pepper sprayed. One of the pepper sprayed males was not affected and left on foot into the trees.

 

The three remaining adult males were taken into custody. Extensive patrols were made to locate the missing male, however they were unsuccessful. He turned himself into police at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday, August 14, 2014.

 

59-year-old Brian Costain of Big River is charged with:

• Possession of weapon, firearm, dangerous to the public - Sec 88(2) CC

 

• Obstruct police officer, Sec 129(a) CC.

 

27-year-old Darren Spencer of Ahtahakakoop First Nation is charged with:

• Possession of weapon, firearm, dangerous to the public - Sec 88(2) CC

 

• Obstruct police officer, Sec 129(a) CC.

 

• Possession of firearm while he was prohibited from doing so - Sec. 117.01(1) CC

 

• Utter threats to cause bodily harm Sec 264.1(1)(a) CC X 2

 

47-year-old Dwayne Peekeekoot of Ahtahkakoop First Nation is charged with:

 

• Possession of weapon, firearm, dangerous to the public - Sec 88(2) CC

• Possession of firearm while he was prohibited from doing so - Sec. 117.01(1) CC

 

43-year-old Melton Peekeekoot of Ahtahkakoop First Nation is charged with:

• Possession of a weapon, firearm, dangerous to the public - Sec 88(2) CC

 

• Flight from police Sec 249(1) CC

 

• Escape lawful custody Sec 145(1)(a) CC

 

• Obstruct of police officer Sec 129(a) CC

 

• Counsel to commit offence of assault, not committed Sec 464(a) CC

 

Alcohol is considered a factor in this incident. Shellbrook/Ahtahkakoop RCMP are asking for any witnesses or anyone with information to please contact them.

 

Please contact Shellbrook/Ahtahkakoop RCMP at 306-747-2606 or 306-468-2969, or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

 

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White Butte RCMP

On 2014-August-14 at approximately 6:48 PM, White Butte RCMP detachment and Regina EMS attended to a grid road 6.4 kilometers north and 12 kilometers east of Regina to a call of a small private aircraft (Cessna 172) that experienced engine difficulties and as a precaution made an emergency landing. The aircraft contained two adult females and a male child; none of whom were injured. The pilot was later able to resume the flight and safely land at the Regina airport. Transport Canada will conduct a review of the incident.

 

 

Organizations: RCMP, Transport Canada

Geographic location: White Butte, Regina

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