Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Feb. 6, 2014

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

 

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White Butte RCMP

2014-02-06

11:40 a.m.

Due to the extreme cold when the cat was located, he was quickly whisked away to the safety and warmth of the patrol car.  The cat appears to have been uninjured and is feline fine.

 

Background:

 

2014-02-06

10:26

 

White Butte RCMP members and Traffic Services members are currently on scene of a single vehicle rollover on Hwy 6, approximately 4 kms north of Regina, Saskatchewan.  A Buick LeSabre with two occupants was northbound on Hwy # 6 when it lost control and went into the ditch where it rolled.  The vehicle sustained severe damage and can no longer be driven.  The female driver and male passenger sustained what are described as minor injuries.  EMS attended scene but the vehicle occupants declined any further medical attention.

 

The two were headed north with a lot of their personal effects which included their pet cat.  The cat fled from the vehicle after the accident and was located by police a short distance away walking on the highway.  The cat was returned back to the grateful owners.  A tow truck is required to remove the vehicle.  It is anticipated that the scene will be cleared soon.

 

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White Butte RCMP

2014-02-06

10:26

 

White Butte RCMP members and Traffic Services members are currently on scene of a single vehicle rollover on Hwy 6, approximately 4 kms north of Regina, Saskatchewan.  A Buick LeSabre with two occupants was northbound on Hwy # 6 when it lost control and went into the ditch where it rolled.  The vehicle sustained severe damage and can no longer be driven.  The female driver and male passenger sustained what are described as minor injuries.  EMS attended scene but the vehicle occupants declined any further medical attention.

The two were headed north with a lot of their personal effects which included their pet cat.  The cat fled from the vehicle after the accident and was located by police a short distance away walking on the highway.  The cat was returned back to the grateful owners.  A tow truck is required to remove the vehicle.  It is anticipated that the scene will be cleared soon.

 

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Swift Current RCMP

At approximately 06:19 a.m. on February 6, 2014, Cabri Fire Department and Swift Current Rural RCMP were dispatched to a structure fire at an unoccupied commercial building located on the west side of Cabri. There were no injuries and it is currently believed to only damage to property, however the matter is still under investigation.

 

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North Battleford RCMP

 

2014.02.05 6am - 2014.02.06 6am

2014.02.06 715am

 

Approximately 15 calls for service/occurrences reported.  1 false/nuisance 911 call.

 

2014.02.05

828am - Vehicle parked on 1200 block of 102nd Street on Friday night had a window damaged.

 

1137am - Harassing Phone Calls complaint.  Unknown male calling complainant initially claiming to be from Microsoft.  Now threatening to bomb complainant's house.  Investigation ongoing.

 

1223pm - Gas Theft on 16 Bypass.  Female suspect driving a white or beige Ford Taurus with Alberta plates last scene driving towards Saskatoon.

 

142pm - Noise complaint on Winder Crescent, partying and or fighting going on.  Members attended and arrested a 29 year old male for Mischief and Assault.  Limited cooperation from other persons present.  Subject has since been released without charges.

 

343pm - Complaint of an assault on 108th Street and 12th Avenue.  Complainant advising he was assaulted by an unknown male while walking.  Investigation ongoing.

 

655pm - 48 year old male arrested for public intoxication, complaint of passed out male in the lobby of a business.

 

858pm - Property dispute between a couple breaking up mediated on 110th Street.

 

1116pm - Two suspicious vehicles stopped beside each other on 15th Avenue and occupants yelling at each other.  Patrols negative.

 

1154pm - Unwanted intoxicated people known to complainant knocking on her door on Trudeau Street.  Subjects then left, unknown direction.  Patrols negative.

 

2014.02.06

150am - Two complaints called in, one complaint of woman hitting a man with a beer bottle at a bar, second of a male pushing a female around..  Both parties found to be very intoxicated.  No injuries and male did not want matter pursued.  44 year old man and 44 year old woman both arrested for public intoxication and held in custody until sober.

Organizations: RCMP, Cabri Fire Department, Microsoft

Geographic location: Swift Current, Cabri, 102nd Street Alberta 108th Street 12th Avenue 15th Avenue Trudeau Street

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