Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — May 8, 2014

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



Saskatchewan RCMP


1:20 p.m.

Cut Knife RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Tamara Cook, a 13-year-old female from Poundmaker First Nation. Tamara was reported missing to Cut Knife RCMP on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. Investigation has determined that Tamara was last seen on the evening of Monday, May 5, 2014.


Tamara Cook may be in the North Battleford or Saskatoon areas.


Tamara is an aboriginal female; 155 cm; 52 kg; with brown eyes and brown hair that may have light coloured highlights. Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Tamara Cook is asked to contact Cut Knife RCMP at 306-398-3500 or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


Saskatchewan RCMP


11:40 a.m.


Public Safety Canada is working with the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) Drug Abuse Committee and other partner agencies to hold the second annual National Prescription Drug Drop-off Day on Saturday May 10, 2014 just prior to Police Week.  The purpose of this event is to encourage Canadians to drop off their unused prescription medication to local police and community partners at specified locations to ensure its safe disposal.  


The Saskatchewan RCMP urge residents to dispose of unused prescription medications and will have the following three drop off locations May 10th from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.:


- Kindersley RCMP Detachment, 300 8th Avenue West, Kindersley, SK.

- Saskatoon RCMP Detachment, 400 Brand Place, Saskatoon, SK.

- RCMP 'F' Division Headquarters, 6101 Dewdney Avenue, Regina, Sk.


If you do not live in the areas listed above and would like to participate in the dropping off of your prescription medications, please attend to your local pharmacy who will gladly take them from you and dispose of them appropriately.  Saskatchewan has a formal province-wide medication return program called the Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal program which allows consumers to return medication to the majority of the provinces community pharmacies. Consumers may also return medication to Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection events that are managed by the provincial regional districts and municipalities.


The National Prescription Drug Drop-Off Day is a pro-active approach to getting rid of unused and expired medication so that it does not end up in the wrong hands, particularly those of our children.  In many examples of unwanted or expired medications falling into the wrong hands, such prescription medications have been abused by individuals leading to incidents of overdose, and in some cases, death.  The misuse and abuse of prescription medication has become a public safety issue for communities and police services across the country, who are working together to draw attention to this public safety concern by participating in the Prescription Drug Drop-Off Day.  


For more information on prescription drug return initiatives in Canada, you can view Public Safety's Guide at



North Battleford RCMP

2014 May 7 6 am - 2014 May 8 6 am


2014 May 8 730 am


About 30 calls for service.  1 False Alarm.  2 Traffic related occurrences.  1 Municipal Bylaw complaint.



713 am - 911 call to a residence on 103rd Street.  Caller upset that her ex boyfriend's cousins were staying with her and causing her problems.  Members attended and located the ex boyfriend as well who was arrested and now charged with Failing to Comply with an Undertaking to have no contact with caller due to a previous assault charge.  He is to appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on Thursday at 930 am.


833 am - Call to Diefenbaker Drive on a male at an apartment in violation of a no contact order.  Subject already gone upon members arrival and complainant refused to cooperate with investigation.


900 am - Break and Enter to a garage 1400 block of 104th Street.


1020 am - Vehicle parked on Railway Avenue East had a window damaged overnight.  Did not appear to have had anything removed.


1134 am - Break and Enter to a garage 1400 block of 103rd Street.


1146 am - Report of a window of a home damaged on 109th Street.


639 pm - Report of male at a home on 103rd street harassing complainant for money.  Related to ongoing property dispute.


937 pm - 43 year old male arrested and charged for Public Intoxication on 101st Street.  Held in custody until sober.


1012 pm - Two female youths, ages 13 and 14, arrested at a home on 1400 block of 104th Street and now facing several charges including Break and Enter.  Some property recovered believed to be related to other outstanding Theft and Break and Enter files as well.  Several other suspects have also been identified on this and other recent matters.  The investigation is ongoing.



105 am - 911 call to a residence on Ross Crescent received.  Upon arrival members located and arrested a 31 year old male wanted for an Assault and Mischief in relation to a domestic assault reported on the afternoon of May 4th.  He remains in custody and is scheduled to make a court appearance today at 930 am.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: 103rd Street, North Battleford Provincial Court, Railway Avenue East 101st Street 104th Street

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