Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Jan. 10, 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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Carrot River RCMP

2014-01-09

 

2:00 pm

 

At  8:55 a.m., Carrot River RCMP responded to a complaint of a collision between a Semi truck trailer unit and an SUV at the intersection of Highway 23 and Highway 335, approximately 1 mile West of Arborfield, Saskatchewan.

 

Upon arrival, EMS had taken the driver of the SUV to Nipawin Hospital, and the Fire Department was conducting traffic control.

 

The Semi driver did not sustain any injuries.

 

The driver of the SUV did sustain serious injuries but they are not life threatening.

 

Weather conditions and driver error are believed to be factors. The Investigation is on going.

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Melfort RCMP

2014-01-10

10:10 AM

 

The Melfort RCMP would like to request the assistance of the Public in locating Julian Alban DEMERS who has not been seen or heard from by family since early November 2013. Julian is 32 years of age and was last seen leaving a family members residence in the St. Brieux area. Julian is a Caucasian male approximately 6'3" tall and 195 pounds, slender build with brown thinning hair. It is believed that Julian was wearing the following items at the time of his disappearance;  a grey pullover Hoodie with an A&B Concrete logo on the front, brown cargo pants and a red and white Molson Canadian Ball Cap. Julien owns and is believed to be operating a 1996 white Chev Tahoe bearing a Saskatchewan Licence plate# 328 JAB. It is not normal for Julian to go this long without having contact with family members.

 

If anyone has any information on the whereabouts or well being of Julian Demers it is requested that they contact the Melfort RCMP or your local Police Department.

Photo of Julian Demers is attached.

 

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North Battleford RCMP

 

2014.01.09 6am - 2014.01.10 6am

2014.01.09 720am

 

Just under 20 calls for service/occurrences reported.  1 alarm responded to.

 

2014.01.09

727am - 23 year old male arrested at a residence on 96th Street after members responded to disturbance.  Subject has been charged with Uttering Threats and Failing to Comply with an Undertaking X 2.  He remains in custody and is to appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on January 10th at 930am.

 

834am - Truck reported stolen for 110th Street.  Recovered shortly before 10am in the city, found abandoned a short distance away.

 

910am - Vehicle reported stolen from Clark Drive.  Located abandoned in city by owner a few hours later.

 

915am - Abandoned vehicle recovered on 104th Street.  Not reported stolen, however, ignition was tampered with.

 

1030am - 39 year old woman arrested and charged with Failing to Comply with an Undertaking, after notification she was in violation of her electronic monitoring bracelet and was located in an unapproved residence.  She remains in custody ot appear in North Battleford Provincial court on January 10th at 930am.

 

1223pm - 911 call of an assault at a residence in the city.  Complainant advised suspect had attempted to stab her with a screwdriver.  Name of suspect, address of assault and name of complainant she provided were all incorrect.  Subject was eventually located at a residence on 12th Avenue, not injured.  A 47 year old male suspect was arrested a short distance away with incident.  Both subjects do know each other and both were showing severe signs of intoxication.  Male has since been released from custody facing several charges and on conditions which include no contact with the Complainant.

 

1049pm - Report of intoxicated male causing a disturbance on 103th Street.  26 year old man located and arrested.

Organizations: RCMP, Undertaking X 2

Geographic location: 96th Street, 110th Street, 104th Street North Battleford 12th Avenue 103th Street

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