The fire at Big Sky Farms Pig Barn northwest of Lanigan on Tuesday is shown.
Press releases from RCMP across the province. Unedited and straight from the source.
2014-04-02 7:10 PM
MUNRO has been located. Saskatoon RCMP would like to thank the media and the public for their assistance in this matter.
On April 2nd, 2014, Saskatoon RCMP received a complaint of a missing person.
Tyrone HARDY MUNRO, 15 years old, walked away from school today in Aberdeen, SK at approximately 11:20 AM and has not been seen since.
MUNRO may be in the City of Saskatoon.
He is described as:
5'10", 250 lbs, short black hair with stars shaved into sides of hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing black jeans, a black t-shirt, a black leather jacket and a Animal from pink and white 'Sesame Street' baseball cap.
If anyone knows the location of MUNRO, please contact the RCMP immediately.
North Battleford RCMP
2014 April 1 6am - 2014 April 2 6am
Over 30 calls for service. 1 Alarm attended to, false. 1 false/nuisance 911 call.
754am - 911 complaint of a disturbance at a home. 26 year old male arrested on outstanding warrants from detachment and held for court on Wednesday April 2nd at 930am.
1123am - 51 year old male arrested for public intoxication after complaint of male stumbling and falling in an alley off 102nd street.
1206pm - Reported Sexual Assault. Investigation ongoing.
113pm - Two vehicle collision on 111th Street. No injuries and minor damage to both vehicles.
138pm - Reported theft of a grey 2004 BMW with Saskatchewan License 764IBZ from 101st Crescent.
201pm - Damage to a fence to a back yard on 1600 block of 104th Street.
311pm - Report of youth on Carlton Trail Causing a Disturbance. Located, 13 year old female arrested and charged with Failing to Comply with an Undertaking. Held in custody until her first appearance on Wednesday April 2nd at 930am.
343pm - 911 call of a vehicle striking a sign in the Frontier Mall Parking Lot. Vehicle then parked in lot and a very intoxicated male exited the vehicle. He was detained by witnesses and the keys removed from the vehicle to prevent him driving further. Members then arrested the 30 year old male a short time later and he is facing charges of Impaired Driving and Driving over .08.
412pm - Two vehicle collision on Pearson Avenue. No injuries and minor damage to property.
413pm - Report of a theft of vehicle from six years ago.
422pm - Members dispatched a 1300 block of 103rd Street, a group of 6-8 youth alleged to have used bear mace to assault several persons at a work site. Four persons were tracked to a residence a short distance away and arrested. As a result an 18 year old male is facing charges of Assault with a Weapon and Possession of a Weapon for a dangerous purpose and will appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on Wednesday April 2nd. Investigation shows that person walking by a work site got into a verbal argument with person at the work site, and returned a short time later with a group of persons, one of whom had a can of suspected bear spray and sprayed at least two persons. Both were treated by ambulance but were not hospitalized. Three other males ages 15, 17 and 41 were also arrested during the investigation have since been released without charges at this time. The investigation is still ongoing.
512pm - Report of numerous youth under 12 years of age throwing eggs at vehicles on Territorial Drive. Several youth approximately 10-12 years of age located and apprehended.
512pm - Report of unwanted phone calls from a male who keeps calling complainant.
537pm - Report of an unconscious male, possibly the victim of an Assault on Trudeau Street. Male located and taken to hospital for treatment of non - serious injuries. A 35 year old male was arrested at the scene for assault. Victim later did not wish to cooperate with any investigation.
739pm - Damage to a homemade sign on St Laurent Drive.
905pm - 15 year old youth reported missing from a youth facility. Jonathan GUNVILLE is described as thin, 5'5", 110lbs, with blonde hair and blue eyes.
936pm - Gas Theft from a business on 100th Street. Suspects driving small silver car with Alberta License.
1004pm - Complaint of intoxicated persons causing problems at a home on 108th Street. Members attended and everyone was friends again.
1104pm - Report of a disturbance on 800 block of 109th Street, people fighting outside a home, one person possibly armed. One male located a short distance away found to be extremely intoxicated, arrested and held until sober. Other male involved located at a residence a short distance away, suffering from minor facial injuries. Neither wished to have matter investigated.
200am - Couple incoming complaints of a male trying to get into vehicles on 99th Street. 33 year old male was located on scene and arrested. Investigation ongoing.
329am - Unwanted intoxicated guests in a residence on Trudeau. Subject left prior to police arrival.
Prince Albert RCMP
On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, Prince Albert RCMP responded to a complaint of a firearm being discharged at a person on the Little Red First Nation. RCMP officers from Prince Albert, Sturgeon Lake, Waskesiu and Prince Albert Police Dog Services responded.
The complaint was that a firearm was discharged at an adult male and a vehicle. As a result of the investigation, RCMP members identified a male suspect who was located at a residence on the Little Red First Nation and taken into custody. No injuries occurred and alcohol is determined to be a factor.
33-year-old Desmond Mirasty of Christopher Lake is charged with:
-Multiple criminal firearm offences, Section 244 of the Criminal Code
-Reckless Discharge of a Firearm, Section 86 of the Criminal Code
-Careless Use of Firearm, Section 88 of the Criminal Code
-Possession Weapon Dangerous to the Public, and Section 91 of the Criminal Code
-Possess a firearm without license
Mirasty appeared in Prince Albert Provincial Court on Wednesday, April 2. Little Red First Nation is located just north of Prince Albert. The matter remains under investigation.
Wollaston Lake RCMP
On Thursday, March 27, 2014, at approximately 2:15 a.m., Wollaston Lake RCMP responded to a house fire on Hatchet Lake First Nation. The house was completely engulfed in flames upon arrival of the Hatchet Lake Fire Department and RCMP. RCMP set up a perimeter and advised surrounding residences of the fire. The Hatchet Lake Fire Department was able to contain the fire to the single house.
The home owner and family were not in the residence at the time of the fire; however, unfortunately their family dog had been inside and perished in the fire. As the house was completely destroyed, the home owner and his family lost all of their personal effects.
The cause of the fire has not been determined and is still under investigation by Wollaston Lake RCMP.
Anyone with information about the fire is asked to contact Wollaston Lake RCMP at 306-633-1200.
On March 22, 2014, the RCMP held a nation-wide impaired driving enforcement day. Check-stops at intersections across the country were held with the goal of reducing the number of impaired drivers on our roadways.
Here in Saskatchewan, the operation saw 3,308 vehicles stopped at check-stops, which resulted in 56 impaired driving charges and 45 roadside suspensions. Saskatchewan RCMP members put in a total of 496.5 man-hours of targeted enforcement on March 22, 2014.
Impaired driving enforcement remains a top priority for the Saskatchewan RCMP and we encourage anyone who sees a driver they believe is impaired to:
- pull over and call 911
- state the location
- report which direction the vehicle is travelling
- describe the vehicle as best you can: colour, make, model and licence plate number
- describe what type of driving behaviour is being exhibited
- provide a description of the driver if you can
The RCMP remains committed to keeping our roads safe.
Update with photographs
>>> RCMPSaskatchewan MediaRelations 2014/04/01 11:00 AM >>>
On 2014-03-31 at approximately 6:10 PM Humboldt Lanigan RCMP and Lanigan Fire Department responded to a complaint of a fire at a Big Sky Farms Pig Barn north west of Lanigan. When emergency services arrived smoke was coming out of the eves of the building however the fire became fully involved very shortly. At the time of the fire the barn housed approximately 4500 young pigs. All of the animals perished in the fire. No person was injured as a result of this fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.