Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Jan. 22, 2014

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

 

 

 

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Rose Valley RCMP

*****UPDATE****

 

2014-01-22 4:10 PM

 

Members have cleared from the scene and Highway # 35 is now open to traffic.

 

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Cpl. T. Chmarney

RCMP MOSS

 

2014-01-22 8:40 AM

 

A Semi tractor trailer unit hauling grain has rolled approximately 2 miles North of Rose Valley, Saskatchewan on Highway 35. The semi unit is completely blocking the highway. Police are on scene. The grain must be unloaded prior to the semi being towed off the highway and this is expected to take two to three hours. The driver was not hurt. No alcohol was involved. The incident remains under investigation.

 

Travellers may detour by travelling on grid roads that join Highway 35, North or South of the Spalding Grid #756. The semi is just North of the Spalding grid on Highway 35.

 

An update will be provided once the highway is clear. 

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Cut Knife RCMP

2013-10-22

 

On October 22nd 2013, Cut Knife RCMP received a complaint regarding the theft of eight Rockstone tires, specifically semi-tractor trailer tires with a 24.5 inch diameter. The value of these tires  is approximately $3000. The tires were stolen from Sid McIntosh’s garage East of Marsden at the intersection of Highway 40 and Unwin Road. The Cut Knife RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying further information in relation to this incident. The RCMP would also like to remind the public to ensure that all valuables and equipment are secured when not under supervision

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Rose Valley RCMP

2014-01-22 8:40 AM

 

A Semi tractor trailer unit hauling grain has rolled approximately 2 miles North of Rose Valley, Saskatchewan on Highway 35. The semi unit is completely blocking the highway. Police are on scene. The grain must be unloaded prior to the semi being towed off the highway and this is expected to take two to three hours. The driver was not hurt. No alcohol was involved. The incident remains under investigation.

 

Travellers may detour by travelling on grid roads that join Highway 35, North or South of the Spalding Grid #756. The semi is just North of the Spalding grid on Highway 35.

 

An update will be provided once the highway is clear.

Organizations: RCMP, Saskatchewan on Highway 35

Geographic location: Rose Valley

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