Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter: Jan. 14, 2014

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



Kelvington RCMP

Update 2014-01-14 1631: Dennis Malischewski missing person/snowmobiler


The search continued today for Dennis Malischewski by ground and air.


At approximately 4:30 pm today Malischewski and his snowmobile were located by the ground search team near Kelvington, Saskatchewan.


Dennis Malischewski was found deceased near his snowmobile. Mr. Malischewski's death is not considered suspicious at this time, but is still under investigation.


The family of Dennis Malischewski wish to thank everyone that was involved in the search for Dennis.


Sympathy goes out to the Malischewski family from the community and from all involved in the search.


Shellbrook RCMP


3:14 p.m.


Shellbrook Detachment is currently on scene of a single vehicle collision on Highway #3 just west of Shellbrook. A lone male was driving west bound in a pickup truck. The driver lost control of the truck and it rolled into the ditch, landing on its roof.


The male driver was not injured.


Due to the recent weather fluctuations highway conditions in the Shellbrook district are very icy. RCMP remind the public to drive with caution and adjust speeds to the road conditions.


Warman RCMP


12:20 p.m.


Warman Detachment is currently on scene of a single vehicle collision on Highway #16 between Marquis Drive and 71st Street near Saskatoon. A lone male was driving west bound in a pickup truck pulling an empty snowmobile trailer. The driver lost control of the truck and trailer and it rolled into the ditch, landing on its side.


The male driver was transported by EMS to hospital in Saskatoon with undetermined injuries.


Road conditions in the west bound right lane of Highway #16 are very icy. Highway #16 is not obstructed, but drivers are asked to use caution when approaching the collision scene while a tow truck clears the truck and snowmobile trailer.


Melfort RCMP


11:00 a.m.



Melfort Detachment is currently on scene of a two vehicle collision on a grid road approximately 2.5 km southwest of Weldon, Saskatchewan, just north of Highway #3. A west-bound Chevrolet car collided at an intersection with a south-bound Honda car.


The lone female driver of the Chevrolet car and the lone male driver of the Honda car were both transported by Melfort EMS to Melfort Union Hospital with undetermined injuries. The male driver of the Honda car will be transported to hospital in Saskatoon by Stars. Both vehicles are totaled.


Road conditions are packed with ice and snow. Motorists should use caution when traveling in the area.


RCMP is currently on scene as a tow truck clears the collision area. The road is not obstructed and traffic is flowing. If you are traveling in the area, please ensure that you slow down as you proceed through the collision scene.


North Battleford RCMP

2014.01.13 6am - 2014.01.14 6am

2014.01.14 715am

Just under 20 calls for service/occurrences reported.



755am - Report of suspicious person - Walking on Highway 16 wearing darker clothing almost hit by passing vehicle.  Subject located and provide a safe ride home.


1006am - Bail Violation reported.  27 year old male facing four new counts of failing to comply with conditions of an Undertaking.


1036am - 21 year old male reported to be in violation of Conditional Sentence Order.  Subject not yet located.


1103am - Report of Dangerous Driving.  Complainant reporting another vehicle driving in erratic manner and complainant nearly run off road.  Still under investigation.


456pm - Minor two vehicle collision on Carlton Trail.  Both vehicles able to leave under own power and no injuries reported.  Minimal traffic disruptions.


749pm - 42 year old woman arrested for Breach of Peace, after report of very intoxicated person causing problems at a residence on 106th Street and refusing to leave.


857am - Complaint of an adult supplying alcohol to youth.


912pm - Report of missing 14 year old.  Last seen at 6pm.  Initial patrols negative.  Located by guardian a short time later.



White Butte RCMP


06:00 a.m.


Yesterday at approximately 1:15 p.m., RCMP in White Butte received a complaint of a collision involving a semi-truck and a CP train.  The semi-truck was proceeding southbound on Railway Street in the community of Pilot Butte when the driver collided with a westbound CP train.  The semi-truck was badly damaged and ended up on the North side of the tracks in the west ditch.  The train eventually came to a stop after traveling some distance down the track.  The semi-truck had one occupant, a 48 year old male from the City of Regina.


First responders treated the 48 year old male until he could be transported by STARS to the General Hospital in Regina.  The 48 year old male remains in the hospital in Regina.  No one on the train was hurt.

An RCMP traffic re-constructionist was called to the scene and began his investigation into the circumstances of the collision.  Assisting the traffic re-constructionist with aerial photographs was the RCMP Unmanned Aerial Vehicle.


Assisting agencies at the scene included local Fire Departments from Pilot Butte, EMS from Regina, RCMP Traffic Services, members of the White Butte Detachment and the STARS Air Ambulance.  Regina Police Service assisted by notifying family members of the injured driver who were from Regina.  The driver of the semi-truck has yet to be interviewed in relation to this incident.  No charges have been laid to date.  The semi-truck wreckage was cleared from the roadway at approximately 9:45 pm last night.  Due to the location of the collision there was very minor traffic disruptions in the area.


The attached pictures are of STARS airlifting the driver of the vehicle from the scene as well as the collision scene itself.

Organizations: RCMP, General Hospital in Regina, Regina Police Service

Geographic location: Pilot Butte, Regina, White Butte Railway Street Regina.First

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