Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — Feb. 12, 2014

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

 

 

 

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Wollaston Lake RCMP

2014-02-12

6:15

RCMP would like to clarify a point made in the previous release referring to the Lac Brochet Search and Rescue as 'Rangers'.  The searchers involved during this incident referenced in the media release were 'OFF DUTY' Canadian Rangers not acting in their capacity as a Ranger.

We would like to apologize any inconvenience that this reference may have caused.

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White Butte RCMP

2014-02-12  UPDATE

5:29 p.m.

 

One eastbound lane has been reopened to traffic with speeds reduced to approximately 25 km/h as emergency personnel remain on scene.  There are multiple individuals with undermined injuries who are being transferred to hospital in Regina.

 

Motorists are asked to use caution when traveling in the area.  Consult the highway hotline to determine road conditions in your area.

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White Butte RCMP

2014-02-12

4:55 p.m.

 

White Butte RCMP are on scene of a multiple vehicle collision on Highway #1 between Belle Plain and Pense.  A car rear ended a semi setting off chain of events involving several vehicles including an ambulance and tow truck.  There are at least 6 vehicles involved in the multi vehicle collision in the eastbound lane of Highway #1.

 

RCMP will be attempting to open one lane to alleviate traffic which is backed up approximately 3 miles.  Highway conditions around the province deteriorating and are snowy, icy with reduced visibility.

 

Motorists are asked to check the Highway hotline before heading on the roads.

 

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Maidstone RCMP

2014-02-12

2:50 p.m.

 

Maidstone RCMP are currently on scene of a two vehicle collision at the junction of Highway #16 and Highway #21 near Maidstone, Saskatchewan. A pickup truck was attempting to cross Highway #16 when it hit a west bound semi-tractor trailer unit hauling a full load of diesel fuel.

 

There are no injuries as a result of the collision and there is no spilled diesel fuel. Reduced visibility and blowing snow are considered a factor in the collision. Drivers are asked to slow down as they approach the area as emergency personnel are still on scene. Motorists should expect delays.

 

Communities across Saskatchewan are experiencing blowing snow, high winds and icy road conditions. Visibility is down to zero in some areas. The RCMP is urging drivers to use extreme caution and please consider the winter driving conditions when traveling. Check the Highway Hotline before heading out.

 

 

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Wollaston Lake RCMP

2014-02-12

11:02 am

Yesterday at 2:30 pm, Wollaston Lake RCMP entered into the missing persons investigation of two males (40 and 47 years of age) from Lac Brochet, Manitoba who had not been seen or heard from since February 9th.  These two males were members of the Lac Brochet Search and Rescue (Rangers) who had been a part of a search party who were dispatched to look for a missing person a couple of days earlier.

Background:  The two Lac Brochet SAR members were part of an effort to locate a missing male who had left Lac Brochet enroute to Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan.  The missing male was located by the Wollaston Lake SAR members and was returned safely to Wollaston Lake.

On February 11, 2014 at 3:43 pm, Wollaston Lake RCMP were advised that Wollaston Lake SAR members had located the two missing men approximately 25 miles east of Wollaston Lake, SK which is very close to the Saskatchewan / Manitoba boarder.  The 47 year old male was deceased and the 40 year old male was in what was reported to be critical condition.  The male in critical condition was taken to the Lac Brochet Clinic and transported to hospital in Winnipeg for further treatment.  The deceased male was transported from the scene where both men were located and an autopsy has been ordered.  The autopsy will be performed in the upcoming days and will assist police in determining the cause of death.

 

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White Butte RCMP

2014-02-12

12:30 p.m.

 

On Friday, February 7th at approximately 4:00 a.m., two unknown males broke into a convenience story in the community of White City, SK.  Entry was gained by smashing the store window.  One culprit remained outside of the store while the other culprit crawled into the store. Approximately $2400 dollars in cigarettes were taken during this theft as well as some damage to the store.

One of the culprits inside of the store with a distinctive green bag

A white 2 door vehicle was parked outside of the store and used by the culprits

One of the culprits exiting the store with distinctive red soled runners

The culprit that gained entry to the store was wearing grey pants and a black winter jacket.  The vehicle is white in colour and had fog lights.

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North Battleford RCMP

2014.02.11 6am - 2014.02.12 6am

2014.02.12 710am

 

Approximately 15 calls for service/occurrences reported, including 3 alarms responded to, and several driving/traffic related calls.

 

2014.02.11

848am - 911 call to a residence on 108th Street.  Caller said two people are at her house bugging her but they left when she called police.

 

1033am - Report of subjects unwanted subjects/ongoing harassment issues.  Investigation still ongoing.

 

147pm - Theft of automobile complaint, shown to be unfounded.

 

218pm - Two vehicle collision on Carlton Trail.  No injuries reported.  Cause still under investigation.

 

814pm - Reported theft from a business.  Investigation ongoing.

Organizations: RCMP, Carlton Trail

Geographic location: 108th Street

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