Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — January 26, 2014

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

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Humboldt RCMP

2014-01-24

18:08

Sometime between 10 pm on January 23, 2014 and 7 am on January 24, 2014 unknown suspect(s) broke into Big Lou's Restaurant located on Main Street in Humboldt. Suspect(s) made off with a First Alert Digital safe, an Acer Laptop and cash.  Anyone with any information about this crime is asked to call the Humboldt RCMP at (306) 682-2535 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS(8477).

 

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Broadview RCMP 

  On Friday, January 24, 2014 at approximately 6:00 pm, an off duty RCMP officer stopped at a roll over scene east of Broadview along Highway #1 near Percival.  A pickup truck towing an enclosed trailer had hit the ditch.  No one was injured at the scene and only the one vehicle was involved. 

  While stopped at the scene the officer's unmarked police cruiser was struck by a passing semi tractor-trailer unit.  The officer was not in the cruiser at the time but was hit by the cruiser as it was forced into the adjacent ditch.  The officer appeared uninjured but was transported to local hospital where he was examined and released. 

  RCMP are still on scene and investigating.  The search for the semi tractor-trailer unit is on going. 

  Highway #1 remains open.

 

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RCMP Southey/Strasbourg 

2014-01-24

10:00 pm

Sometime between January 11th and January 12th, 2014 a total of eight signs were stolen from various locations in the RM of CUPAR No. 218.  The signs included were a Stop sign, Deer crossing, Road Closed, "T" Intersection and 3 yield signs.  RCMP do not have any suspects at this time.  Signs are placed by Rural municipalities, highways and towns for safety reasons.  People travelling on roads and streets rely on these signs to driving accordingly when travelling.  Although some rural locations are sparsely populated, people with little to no knowledge of the area use these roads.  Removing these signs may result in a motor vehicle collision leading to the death of person. 

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact the Southey/Strasbourg RCMP or your local police service.  If you wish to remain anonymous Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, *8477 on Sask-Tel Mobility, text TIP206 plus your message to CRIMES (274637) or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com If your information leads to an arrest or a case being cleared, you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.00.

 

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Maidstone RCMP

2014-01-24

10:00 pm

 The Maidstone RCMP would like to request the assistance of the public in locating David Eden (39 yo) who has been reported as missing and suicidal.  Eden is said to be in the Llyodminster area, operating a 2006 red Dodge Dakota Quad Cab pickup truck with Sask plate 812IPQ.  He was last seen on January 23 2014 at 9:00 pm.

 Eden is 6 feet tall, slender build, strawberry blonde hair with goatee, and blue eyes. 

If anyone has information on the whereabouts or well being of David Eden they are asked to not approach Eden directly, but to contact the Maidstone RCMP or your local Police Department.

>>> RCMPSaskatchewan MediaRelations 2014/01/24 11:40 PM >>>

UPDATE:

Maidstone RCMP have located David EDEN safe and sound.  The earlier Media Release can now be canceled.  Thank you to all who were able to assist.

 

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Broadview RCMP

2014-01-25

04:00 a.m.

Update to the motor vehicle accident involving a RCMP cruiser east of Broadview on Highway 1:  RCMP investigators have located the semi unit and driver suspected of having hit the Police Cruiser.  The driver has been arrested and has been detained in custody. The investigation continues in gathering evidence related to the incident.  

 

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North Battleford RCMP Daily Report

2014.01.22 0600 - 2014.01.23 0600

2014.01.25 1030am

Over 25 calls for service/occurrences reported.  1 alarm responded to, found to be false.  1 false/nuisance 911 call.

2014.01.22

706am - Hit and run.  Vehicle parked on Trudeau Street overnight struck by unknown vehicle.

810am - Report of a suspicious person prowling on private property.  Found to be a meter reader.

126pm - Report of an assault which occurred several weeks prior on 109th Street.

220pm - Minor two vehicle collision on 100th Street.  No injuries and minimal damage to both vehicles.  No charges pursued.

340pm  - Two youth reported unlawfully at large from detention facility.  14 and 15 year old youth both facing new charges.  Both arrested later in evening in the city.

524pm - Theft of a cell phone reported from 101st Street.  Later recovered from suspect and returned to owner.  No charges pursued as per wishes of complainant.

706pm - Report of unwanted and intoxicated guest at a residence on 110th Street.  26 year old male arrested for Mischief and held in custody until sober.

1003pm - Report of a male under conditions not to be at a residence or in contact with a person was violating conditions.  Members attended to residence on 101st street and arrested a 31 year old male now facing two counts of Failing to Comply with an Undertaking.

2014.01.23

1200am - Sexual Assault reported.  Occurrence date three weeks earlier.  Investigation ongoing.

105am - 60 year old male suspended 24 hours for driving over .04.

 

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North Battleford RCMP Daily Report

2014.01.23 6am - 2014.01.24 6am

2014.01.25 1130am

Less then 20 calls for service/occurrences Reported.  3 alarms responded to, all shown to be false.

2014.01.23

806am - Mischief to property reported, happening over last two days.  Reporting on Winder Crescent that air being let out of vehicle tires.  No suspects.

1201pm - Report of suspicious males on 101st Street, one possibly carrying a large knife or machete.  Patrols of area negative.

413pm - Report of vehicle taken without owners consent by an acquaintance.  Vehicle then damaged in minor collision.  Remains under investigation.

537pm - Complainant receiving harassing calls and text messages from unknown person throughout the day.  Investigation ongoing.

810pm - Two vehicle collision on Railway Avenue east.  No injuries.  Minor damage to both vehicles.

906pm - Single vehicle collision.  Semi struck a power pole on 11th Avenue.  Saskpower did attend to ensure no danger and line was disconnected for a period of time.

 

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North Battleford RCMP Daily Report

 

2014.01.24 6am - 2014.01.25 6am

2014.01.25 1200pm

About 30 calls for service/occurrences reported.  1 alarm responded to.

 

2014.01.24

639am - Report of male refusing to pay cab fare on 104th Street.  When members attended, the male managed to find the money after all.

1020am - Report of a Break and Enter to a residence from several days ago.  Complainant reports they know who did it but don't want the subject charged anyway.

1245pm - Report of shoplifting from a business on 101st street.  Female suspect not located.

130pm - Vehicle parked on 110th Street overnight had items stolen from it. 

208pm - Complainant reporting former roommate stole personal items from them on 103rd street.

343pm - 27 year old male arrested on 101st Street after report of intoxicated male sleeping near a building.  Facing charges under Liquor Act.

415pm - Call of a vehicle on 16 Bypass on the shoulder with people outside the vehicle and complainant reporting "The RCMP will be picking bodies up off the highway soon"  Members attended and found no vehicles on parked on shoulder of highway and no bodies on or near the highway to pick up.

458pm - Report of unknown, intoxicated male kicking the front door of a building on 103rd Street.  26 year old male located male near building arrested for public intoxication and charged under the Liquor Act.

533pm - Caller called 911 because he was having his vehicle inspection done and now the people doing the inspection won't give him his paperwork back.  There is really nothing else to say about this complaint.

900pm - Report of an assault from earlier this afternoon on Panton Avenue.  No injuries reported.  Investigation ongoing.  Subjects involved known to each other.

1110pm - 27 year old woman arrested on 101st street and facing charges of Failing to Comply with Probation, in violation of no alcohol clause.

1140pm - 22 year old male arrested on 101st Street, witnessed by members in possession of a machete and attempting to assault another male.  The victim in this matter was not injured in the attack.  Male is remanded into custody to appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on Monday January 27 at 930 on charges of Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose, Assault with a Weapon and Carrying a Concealed weapon.

2014.01.25

1206am - 911 call of a disturbance at a residence on 106th Street.  16 year old arrested on scene for Breach of the Peace.

320am - Complaint of loud unwanted people on Borden Crescent.  Members dispatched and suspects vacated area when warned.

429am - Couple of noise complaint on 112th Street of loud music.  Warned.

449am - Report of an assault on 11th Avenue earlier in evening.  Minor injuries, no medical attention needed.  Suspect known to victim.  Investigation ongoing.

509am - 911 call of an assault in progress at a residence on 111th Street.  Suspect gone when police attended.  Suspect known to victim.  Investigation ongoing.

 

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2014-01-25  21:00

Detachments throughout the southeast part of the province are responding to multiple vehicle collisions.  Emergency personnel are finding it difficult to respond to the scenes due to weather and road conditions.  Motorists are asked to not travel until conditions improve.  Several motorists are still stuck along these highways waiting for assistance.  The stuck vehicles and weather conditions are making it very hazardous to travel.

This notice covers areas from Fort Qu'Appelle to Carnduff. 

 

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RCMP Estevan

2014/01/26 @ 0847hrs.

Members from the RCMP Estevan Detachment along with South East Traffic Services are currently on Highway #39, at the scene of a motor vehicle collision involving a semi truck and a single passenger motor vehicle.  At this time there are undetermined injuries.  Assistance is being provided by emergency personnel. 

Highway #39, north of the Estevan weigh scales will be blocked by both police and EMS that are currently investigating at the site.

Motorists are asked to not travel until highway conditions improve as the extreme weather is creating hazardous travel conditions on the highway. 

An update on the collision and highway conditions will be provided once more information is obtained.

Please be advised that Highway #39 is now open again for travel.

 

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2014/01/26 @ 1030hrs.

RCMP Detachments throughout the southeastern part of our province continue to respond to numerous motor vehicle collisions.  Emergency personnel are having difficulties in responding to these collision scenes due to extreme weather and highway conditions.

Motorists are requested not to travel on the highways until both weather and highway driving conditions improve.

For further information regarding highway driving conditions, the public is encouraged to contact: 

Highway Hotline contact for Saskatchewan is 1-888-335-7623

Sasktel Cellular *ROAD

Website = www.highways.gov.sk.ca

Organizations: RCMP, Crime Stoppers, Maidstone RCMPoryourlocal Police Department Media Release East Traffic Services EMS

Geographic location: Broadview, 101st Street, Llyodminster 110th Street 11th Avenue Trudeau Street 109th Street 100th Street Railway Avenue 104th Street 103rd Street Panton Avenue North Battleford Provincial Court 106th Street 112th Street 111th Street Fort Qu'Appelle Carnduff Saskatchewan

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