Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Jan. 15, 2014

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Press releases from RCMP across the province. Unedited and straight from the source.

 

 

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Melville RCMP

2014-01-15

10:02 PM

 

Members of the Melville RCMP Detachment are advising that travel is not recommended on Highway #10 in the Melville area due to extreme wind, blowing snow as well as icy road conditions. Visibility is down to zero in some areas.

 

The RCMP is urging drivers to use extreme caution and please consider winter driving conditions when traveling.

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Broadview RCMP

2014-01-15

9:20 PM

The Broadview Detachment are advising that travel is not recommended on Highway #1 in the Broadview and Whitewood area due to extreme wind, blowing snow as well as icy road conditions. Visibility is down to zero in some areas due to high winds.

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Southey RCMP

2014-01-15

7:25 PM

 

Members of the Southey RCMP Detachment are currently on scene of a Semi Tractor Unit which is jack knifed and blocking the north bound lane of #6 Highway approximately 2-5 miles South of Regina. It will be approximately an hour before the tow truck will have the Semi removed. Traffic is being delayed.

 

Southey Detachment are advising that travel is not recommended on Highway #6 South of Regina due to extreme wind, blowing snow as well as icy road conditions.

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Tisdale RCMP

2014-01-15

6:58 PM

 

The Tisdale RCMP Rural Detachment are advising that travel is not recommended on Highway #3 between Tisdale and Star City due to extreme wind, blowing snow as well as icy road conditions. There are currently several vehicles in the ditch including a Semi Tractor Unit..

 

The RCMP is urging drivers to please consider winter driving conditions when traveling.

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Swift Current RCMP

Update

2014-01-15

6:52 PM

 

Please be advised that Swift Current Rural RCMP have advised that Highway #4 North of Swift Current is physically shut down. Traffic is not being allowed through as the road is currently blocked by two Semi Tractor-Trailer Units. It is expected that the Highway will be closed for up to 6 hours.

 

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La Ronge RCMP

2014-01-15

6:26 PM

 

On 2014-01-13 at 11:30 pm La Ronge RCMP conducted a traffic stop in the Town of La Ronge after a vehicle was observed driving in a dangerous manner.  As a result of the traffic stop 40 grams of cocaine and a large amount of cash was seized.  2 adult males from La Ronge and 1 adult male from Air Ronge have been Remanded in custody and will be making their first court appearance Thursday, Jan 16th in La Ronge Provincial Court.

 

Blake MORIN (27 years old) will be appearing on charges of:

 

Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle - section 249 CC

Possession for Purpose of Trafficking Cocaine - section 5(2) CDSA

Possess Property Obtained by Crime - section 354(1) CC

 

 

Riley LARIVIERE (23 years old) will be appearing on charges of:

 

Possession for Purpose of Trafficking Cocaine - section 5(2) CDSA

Possess Property Obtained by Crime - section 354(1) CC

 

George TREMBLAY (25 years old) will be appearing on charges of:

 

Possession for Purpose of Trafficking Cocaine - section 5(2) CDSA

Possess Property Obtained by Crime - section 354(1) CC

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Swift Current RCMP

2014-01-15

5:17 PM

The Swift Current RCMP Rural Detachment are advising that travel is not recommended on Highway #4 North of Swift Current due to extreme wind, blowing snow as well as icy road conditions. Motorists are requested to use extreme caution if they have to travel.

The RCMP is urging drivers to please consider winter driving conditions when traveling.

 

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Biggar RCMP

2014-01-15

1333 hrs

On January 15, 2014 at 8:50 a.m. a Sun West School Division bus was travelling east on a rural gravel road approximately 10 km north of Biggar.  Road conditions were extremely icy.  The 48 passenger bus had seven school aged children on it at the time and was en route to school in Biggar.  The driver of the bus lost control on the icy road and slid into a ditch.  The bus then pitched onto its side.  Officials from Sun West School Division attended.  There were no injuries sustained by the children or driver.  No medical attention was required.  The parents of the children were notified by the school division and arrangements were made for another bus to transport the children to school.  All children attended school.  The bus was travelling well below the speed limit.  Icy road conditions resulted in the collision.  RCMP have been in contact with Sun West School Division officials.  The police investigation has concluded.

Sun West School officials will be suspending bus activities in the Biggar and Landis area for the remainder of the day due to slippery road conditions and gusting winds.  It is anticipated that buses in Biggar and Landis will be operating tomorrow.

RCMP are reminding the public to be mindful of temperature fluctuations as this has a direct impact on all road surfaces.

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Weyburn RCMP

2014-01-15

1:29 pm

At approximately 9:14 am this morning, Weyburn RCMP were advised of a single vehicle rollover which occurred on Hwy #13 approximately 3.5 miles east of Weyburn.  Investigation revealed that a 1 tonne pickup truck was eastbound on Hwy #13 and had attempted to pass another vehicle when it lost control and rolled.  There were three male occupants in the truck, who were all wearing their seatbelts.

One male passenger from Weyburn (seated in the rear behind the driver) sustained what are reported to be minor injuries and was taken to hospital.  Road conditions at the time of the collision were icy.

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North Battleford RCMP

2014.01.14 6am - 2014.01.15 6am

2014.01.15 745am

Over 20 calls for service/occurrences reported.  2 Alarms responded to.

2014.01.14

1029am - Report of threats being made by three individuals towards a person to beat them up.  Investigation ongoing.

143pm - 27 year old male charged with failing to comply with conditions of Undertaking for failure to report.

330pm - 31 year old man arrested and facing charges of Impaired Driving and Driving while Disqualified after vehicle stop in city.

344pm - Vehicle parked on Highway 4 north entered.  Damage to ignition.

411pm -42 year old woman arrested for Public Intoxication and charged under Liquor Act, after complaint of passed out female on 101st Street.

415pm- 51 year old man arrested for Public Intoxication, reported to be causing a disturbance on 101st Street.

440pm - 45 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication, located having difficulty walking in area of 97th Street and 18th Avenue.

455pm - Disturbance/argument at a residence on 108th Street.  22 year old woman was arrested on scene, reported to be intoxicated and causing problems at residence trying to fight people.

527pm - Residence on 2100 block of 101st Street broken into some time during the day.  Forced entry to door.

745pm - Vehicles stopped by members racing on Territorial Drive.  Investigation still ongoing.

807pm - Missing youth reported.  Several addresses checked where subject known to frequent.  Returned home later in evening on their own.

840pm - North Battleford RCMP are investigating a violent home invasion which occurred shortly before 9pm on the late evening of Tuesday January 14th.   3 unknown suspects wearing a disguise , 2 male and 1 female, entered a home on the 1700 block of St. Laurent Drive North Battleford armed with a hand gun and bat.  Suspects entered the home and attacked a 44 year old male resident, striking him on the head with the butt end of the gun.  The 3 suspect fled the property, on foot, out the back yard.  The victim was transported to hospital where he was treated for non life threatening injuries to his head.   

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact North Battleford Detachment at 306-446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through Sask-Tel Mobility Network at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com where you can also view information on other unsolved crimes.

846pm - Loud party/Disturbance at residence on 108th Street.  33 year old woman and a 33 year old man arrested near the residence and held in custody until sober.

2014.01.15

1216am - Vehicle versus deer collision.  Minimal damage to vehicle.

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014.01.15 705am

North Battleford RCMP are investigating a violent home invasion which occurred shortly before 9pm on the late evening of Tuesday January 14th.   3 unknown suspects wearing a disguise , 2 male and 1 female, entered a home on the 1700 block of St. Laurent Drive North Battleford armed with a hand gun and bat.  Suspects entered the home and attacked a 44 year old male resident, striking him on the head with the butt end of the gun.  The 3 suspect fled the property, on foot, out the back yard.  The victim was transported to hospital where he was treated for non life threatening injuries to his head.  

Organizations: RCMP, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers

Geographic location: North Battleford, 108th Street, 97th Street 101st Street

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