Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — April 15, 2014

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

 

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Canora RCMP

2014-04-15  

5:22 p.m.

 

At approximately 10:30 a.m this morning Canora RCMP were called to a complaint of a distraught female in the 200 block of 4th ave west in Canora, Sask.  Upon arrival members observed an 82 year old female with minor injuries to her head.  An investigation into this matter lead to the arrest and remanding of 61 year old Theresa CHABUN of Canora. She is facing charges of

Assault with a Weapon Section 267(a) C.C.  

Mischief Section 430(4) C.C.  

Break and Enter of Residence Section 348(1)(b) C.C.

Uttering Threats Section 264.1(1)(a) C.C.

CHABUN is to appear in Court at Yorkton on Wednesday April 16 @9:30 am. Both the victim and CHABUN are related. Police continue to investigate the matter.

 

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RCMP Saskatchewan

2014-04-15

11:22

 

RCMP Saskatchewan – Historical Sexual Assault Investigation Results in Charges Against a Serving RCMP Member

Saskatchewan RCMP have laid charges relating to historical sexual assaults.  In April 2013, the Regina General Investigation Section within the Major Crime Branch of the RCMP in Saskatchewan received information from an adult female relating to historical sexual assaults.  In December 2013, the victim provided investigators a detailed statement during which she revealed that she was the victim of sexual assaults that occurred during the summer of 1982.  The victim also told investigators that she was assaulted by an adult female and a serving male member of the RCMP.  The victim was 12 years old at the time of the alleged assaults.

 

Investigators have conducted a comprehensive investigation which has resulted in charges against two individuals.

 

Ronald Patrick Makar (DOB: 1960-01-09)has been charged with 1 count of having sexual intercourse with a female person without her consent and 1 count of having sexual intercourse with a female person who was under the age of fourteen years.  Ronald Makar was arrested without incident earlier today, April 15, 2014, at his workplace, the Wood Buffalo RCMP Detachment, in Fort McMurray, AB.

 

Constance Haduik (DOB: 1957-11-14)has been charged with 1 count of indecent assault of a female person.  Constance Haduik was arrested without incident on April 10, 2014 at her workplace in Kyle, SK.

 

All of the charges are contrary to the 1982 Criminal Code.  The equivalent in today’s Criminal Code would be sexual assault, contrary to Section 271 Criminal Code.  Both of the accused will make their first court appearances on June 4, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. in Carlyle, Saskatchewan.

 

Ronald Makar is a serving member of the RCMP with 34 years of service.  He is at the rank of Inspector and until today was the Operations Officer in Charge at Wood Buffalo Detachment in Fort McMurray, Alberta.  As of today, he is suspended with pay pending further consideration.  At the time of the alleged sexual assaults, Ronald Makar was a constable at the Carlyle RCMP Detachment.  The majority of Ronald Makar’s service was in Saskatchewan.  He served in Carlyle, Kyle, Fond du Lac, Regina, Milestone, and “F” Division HQ in Regina.  In 2012, Ronald Makar received his commission and was transferred to Alberta to his current position as the Operations Officer in Charge at Wood Buffalo Detachment in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

 

“As soon as we became aware of the allegations we began a comprehensive criminal investigation which has resulted in charges against the two identified suspects,” said Supt. Alfredo Bangloy, Assistant Criminal Operations Officer - In Charge of Provincial Policing.

 

“Allegations like these are disturbing when made against a member of the general public.  For a serving police officer to be facing charges like this is extremely disturbing,” said Supt. Alfredo Bangloy, Assistant Criminal Operations Officer - In Charge of Provincial Policing.  “It is very difficult to be here today to speak with you all about this.”

 

Supt. Alfredo Bangloy acknowledges that it is difficult for victims to come forward, “I commend the victim who came forward.  It takes great courage to speak out in these types of situations.”

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Depot Division RCMP

2014-04-15

10:00 CST

Winners of the 2014 RCMP Name the Puppy Contest

INNISFAIL, Alberta, April 15, 2014 - Ten lucky young Canadians have each won the privilege to name a potential service dog from the RCMP Police Dog Service Training Centre (PDSTC).

The PDSTC received over 9,000 entries from all across Canada, of which 6,800 entries were received through the new online entry form. As in previous years, the Centre also received several very creative hand drawn entries. The majority of names came from Alberta (2,560 entries), followed by Ontario (1,375 entries) and Newfoundland and Labrador (1,281 entries). Many classroom name submissions were received, as well.

The PDSTC thanks all the young Canadians for the effort put towards the contest.

All names had to start with the letter G. For multiple entries of the same name, winners were selected at random.

The 10 RCMP puppies will be named Gizmo, Gainer, Galley, Griffin, Gabe, Gunner, Gadget, Grady, Grinder, and Gibbs.

The 10 winners will each receive a certificate, an 8×10-inch laminated photo of the puppy they named, a plush German Shepherd toy dog named Justice, and an RCMP cap.

 

The contest winners are:

 

Gizmo: Tyler Stang (Edmonton, Alta.)

Gainer: Alexandra Andrist (Estevan, Sask.)

Galley: Steven Andersen (Caledon, Ont.)

Griffin: Lincoln Mackay (Kensington, P.E.I.)

Gabe: Sebastien King (Yellowknife, N.W.T.)

Gunner: Mychayla Robichaud (Hampton, N.B.)

Gadget: Mackenzie Comeau (Amherst, N.S.)

Grady: Grady Miller (Ladysmith, Que.)

Grinder: Devon Vance (Coquitlam, B.C.)

Gibbs: Brody Wright (Paradise, N.L.)

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014 April 15 1010am

Update to report of possible male impersonating a police officer.  Have been able to confirm the male was in fact a member of the detachment performing duties related to curfew checks, wearing a full RCMP uniform and operating a marked RCMP vehicle.  Member was off duty for several days after the evening in question and did not realize he had caused any concern to the complainant in question.

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014 April 14 6am - 2014 April 15 6am

2014 April 15 730am

Over 20 calls for service/occurrences reported.  3 False alarms.  2 false/nuisance 911 calls.  2 traffic related complaints.

 

2014.04.14

653am - Report of damage to a fence on 108th Street.

 

734am - Uttering Threats complaint which turned out to be subject yelling threats and vulgar language at his computer game not the neighbours.   Warned about noise.

 

1155am - 26 year old woman arrested and facing charges of Assault and Uttering Threats after police called to a residence on Martin Crescent to investigate an allegation of a domestic assault.  She has since been released on conditions of no contact with the victim and is due in court later this month.

 

1257pm - Mischief to property on 105th Street, spray painted graffiti some time over night on Saturday.

 

711pm - Report of a disturbance at a bar.  Two patrons engaged in a fight.  One subject was cooperative and was allowed to leave after determination no charges were being pursued.  A second 32 year old male was arrested for Public Intoxication and held in custody until sober.

 

908pm - Complaint of two people fighting on 99th Street.  Both subject located and stated they were just having a loud argument.  Neither subject would provided any additional details.  Warned about noise.

 

1121pm - Report occupants in a blue car had yelled at some children on 19th Avenue.  Patrols negative.

 

2014.04.15

1231am - Male called 911 from a residence on 107th Street, and stated something might have happened or someone might want to get him, but would not provide any details and stated there was no problems anymore.

 

114am - 49 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication and outstanding warrants from Ile a la Crosse.  To be released in morning for court at their point.

 

120am - Police attended to a residence on 100th Street as someone got a text message from someone else who got a text message who said someone else was assaulted at the residence. Several persons at residence having a small party but no problems reported

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: 105th Street, 99th Street, 19th Avenue 107th Street La Crosse 100th Street

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  • JUDITH HARROWER
    April 16, 2014 - 10:19

    While it is rare for an RCMP officer to be actually charges with sexual assault offences, this newest revelation is a step in the right direction. Now perhaps some of the older serving officers who have either or both committed sexual and physcial assaults on First Nations women & girls be formally charged. Mounties do make mistakes, make wrong decisions, are swept long by a mob mentality leading to serious harm or death but don't make the gross mistake of condoning their actions even if they are decades old. No more sweeping their crimes under the carpet, no more ignoring the ingrained culture that perculates in Alberts & BC especially. Deal with these which could restore genuine self respect in various outposts & where the Core Values are actually implemented & followed.