Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Jan. 16, 2014

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

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Swift Current RCMP

2013-01-16

7:33 PM

Swift Current Rural Detachment is currently on scene of a motor vehicle accident approximately 10 kilometers East of Gull Lake on Highway #1. Traffic is being delayed due to an East bound lane being closed near the accident scene.  The RCMP investigation is continuing at this time.

RCMP request that motorists in the area slow down and proceed with caution when approaching the accident scene.  

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Warman RCMP

On 2014-01-16 at 0830hrs the Warman RCMP responded to a Motor Vehicle Accident on Hwy 11 near Warman Road.

A collision took place between a Corman Park Police Service marked unit and a 2005 Saturn 4-door vehicle

The 21 year old female driver from the Saturn needed to be extracted (jaws of life) by Warman Fire Dept before she could be taken to the hospital.

The female driver is considered to have serious injuries.

The Corman Park police officer is considered stable but was taken to the hospital for examination.

 

The investigation is being conducted by Warman RCMP as it is their jurisdiction.  A traffic analyst has attended to assist with the investigation.

Early investigation & witnesses indicate the police vehicle was travelling north bound at highway speed when the Saturn attempted to cross the highway from a grid road.

Due to the accident, Hwy 11 north of Saskatoon (north bound lane only) is closed and traffic is being diverted.

The highway is expected to be re-opened around 1300hrs, today

 

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Rose Valley/Kelvington RCMP

Update: Dennis Malischewski, Missing Snowmobiler.

2014-01-16 1037 hours

 

The Rose Valley/Kelvington RCMP and the Malischewski family would like thank all of the civilians, the Hudson Bay, Archerwill, Quill Lake, Melfort, Canora, Yorkton, Foam Lake, and especially the Kelvington Snowmobile Rider's clubs, the Civilian Air Search and Rescue teams from Yorkton and Humboldt, for their excellent work during the search.

 

The dedication, perseverence, cooperation and collaboration of everyone involved is deeply appreciated.

 

Once again the people of Saskatchewan show that when someone is need, Saskatchewan people don't need to be asked, they just do whatever needs to be done!

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Cut Knife RCMP

The Cut Knife RCMP detachment is investigating a break and enter that occurred between 2013-12-30 and 2014-01-01 at a farm residence located 10 kms West of Marsden, Saskatchewan.  Unidentified persons broke into the residence and also into several buildings located on the property.  One 2001 blue Ford Ranger was stolen as well as other several  items from the residence and the garages.

 

Any members of the public with information regarding these incidents, or any other crime are asked to contact Cut Knife RCMP.  Individuals wishing to remain anonymous are reminded that they can do so by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or visiting www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

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Martensville/Warman RCMP

2014-01-16

9:00 a.m.

Martensville and Warman RCMP are currently on scene of a two vehicle collision near the junction of Highway #11 and #12 approximately six kilometers south of Warman, Saskatchewan.

 

Traffic is being detoured at the scene of the collision. Motorists can expect delays. Road conditions are extremely icy, slow down and use caution when traveling in the area. Check the Highway Hotline for road conditions before heading out.

 

Information at this time is limited and further details will be forthcoming as the accident scene is processed.

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Warman RCMP

2014-01-16

08:39

 

As a result of a serious two car, motor  vehicle accident the Highway 11 and  grid # 3052 ( Hwy # 11 and Warman Road)

Hwy 11 is closed for north bound traffic.

Vehicles are being diverted around the area.  Fire, ambulance and police are on scene

 

an updated release will follow

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North Battleford RCMP

2014.01.15 6am - 2014.01.16 6am

 

2014.01.16 730am

 

Over 25 calls for service/occurrences reported.  4 alarms responded to.

 

2014.01.15

656am - Report of a red truck driving erratically on 109th Street.  Possible suspect vehicle located parked a short distance away with no one in the area.

 

737am - Mischief to a vehicle parked on 114th Street, including damage to ignition.  Occurred some time overnight.

 

805am - Minor two vehicle collision reported on Battleford Road.  No injuries reported and minimal damage to property.

 

834am - 1993 Grey Ford Extended cab, License 121 HXH stolen from 1200 block of 110th some time over night.  Another vehicle parked at same location also sustained damage to the ignition.

 

834am - Two vehicle collision near Gregory and Foley Drive.  No injuries.  A school bus was reported to have gotten into a collision with a red truck which fled the scene.  Suspect vehicle matching description of vehicle reported to be driving erratically at 656am.  Suspect vehicle located near 110th Street.  As members were dealing with driver of suspect vehicle, the owner of the truck drove by to advise members his truck has been stolen this morning.  The 24 year old found driving vehicle was arrested and is facing charges of Impaired Driving, Driving while over .08, Driving while Disqualified, Possession of Stolen Property and Failing to Remain at the scene of an accident.  He remains in custody and will appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on Thursday January 16th at 930am.

 

937am - Home on 1300 block of 107th Street reported to have been damaged by paint balls overnight.

 

1035am - Report of Suspected Fraud.  Unknown person/company contacting complainant and requesting credit card information.  No information provided.  Still under investigation.

 

1042am - Report of ongoing problem complainant has with a woman continually showing up at his home and causing problems and complainant is worried he will be kicked out of home.  He would like the police to help him solve this problem.  But he does not want a member to call him back or go to his residence, nor does he apparently want to stop opening the door and letting this person inside his house to drink with him for several hours every time she knocks on his door.

 

240pm - Report of theft/fraud.  Leased items sold to third party.  Investigation still ongoing.

 

306pm - 16 year old youth arrested on outstanding warrants for Possession of Stolen Property and Failing to Remain at the scene of an accident.  To appear in court on January 16th at 930am.

 

756pm - 911 call to a residence on 108th Street.  Male had attended to residence to ask for help claiming someone was chasing him around his home.  Members attended to subjects home where a sober individual advised there was no truth to matter and they would lake care of subject and ensure no further calls to police were made.

 

943pm - Report of threats made.  Few details available at this time.

 

2014.01.16

1206am - Unwanted guest at a residence on 17th Avenue.  Matter mediated.  Subject agreed to leave in morning which was an agreed upon solution for all parties.

 

255am - 911 call of an assault at a hotel room.  Victim spoken to did not require medical attention.  Suspect was no longer in area and is known to alleged victim.  Remains under investigation.

 

 

 

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White Butte RCMP

2014-01-16

00:16 AM

 

Members of the White Butte RCMP Detachment are advising that travel is not recommended on Highway #10 east of Balgonie to Fort Quapelle 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.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: White Butte, Fort Quapelle

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