Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — June 4, 2014

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



Foam Lake RCMP




At 4:08 pm this afternoon, Foam Lake RCMP responded to a call of a semi tractor-trailer unit colliding with a train.  The accident occurred just off of Hwy #16 approximately 1.5 miles west of Foam Lake, Saskatchewan.

Investigation thus far has revealed that the empty B-train (two trailer semi unit) was southbound on an access road and passed in front of an eastbound CP Rail train. The train hit the semi unit between the two trailers and dragged the vehicle approximately 150-200 yards down the rail line. The accident has caused the train to partially derail and there are approximately 8 cars off the tracks. There are no environmental concerns as a result of the collision and the only apparent spill is a small quantity of potash from one of the boxcars.

The 66 year old driver and lone occupant of the semi unit did not suffer any serious injuries.  The driver along with train personnel were examined at the scene by EMS.

Traffic in the area on Hwy #16 is somewhat restricted but flowing in both directions. The access road is blocked.

Charges to the semi driver are pending.


Wadena / Foam Lake RCMP members have left the scene.



RCMP Integrated Organized Crime Unit South


3:20 p.m.


On April 27, 2010, the RCMP Integrated Organized Crime Unit South received a complaint from three investors who felt they had been defrauded after making technology investments.  Investigators conducted a thorough investigation, which included interviewing more than 30 individuals and examining thousands of bank and financial documents.  These interviews and documents related to over $5 million that was raised from investors in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia between January 25, 2007 and October 30, 2009.  No further investments were placed after October 30, 2009 due to a Cease Trade Order issued November 2, 2009 by the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan.


As a result of the investigation, Alena PASTUCH (DOB:  1965-07-25) was arrested earlier today and charged with:


- Fraud over $5000

- Theft over $5000

- Proceeds of Crime Offences


Alena PASTUCH will make her first court appearance on June 5, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. in Regina, Saskatchewan.



Biggar RCMP




At approximately 11:30 am on June 3, 2014, Biggar RCMP were dispatched to a call of a work place accident at a residence near the community of Springwater, Saskatchewan (approximately 18 miles southwest of Biggar, Saskatchewan).  EMS attended to the scene prior to the RCMP and a 54 year old male was on the ground with what was described as an apparent severe head injury.  Perry K McBEE of Biggar, Saskatchewan was taken from the scene via ambulance to meet STARS air ambulance but succumbed to his injuries at the hospital prior to the meet.  A coroner attended to the Biggar Hospital and an autopsy was not ordered.

Further investigation into this incident revealed that Perry McBEE was doing contracted roofing work at the residence along with another male.  While working on the roof, Perry McBEE fell backwards off of the roof and onto the ground below.  RCMP do not consider this death suspicious and the investigation into this workplace accident has been handed over to the Occupational Health and Safety division in the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety for the province of Saskatchewan.



Weyburn RCMP


10:39 am


Further to the previously sent media release, here are the details of the accident which occurred last night:


At approximately 5:25 pm, Weyburn RCMP along with Fire and EMS were called to a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Hwy #39 and the Weyburn Inland Terminal access road south of Weyburn.  Investigation revealed that a 2002 Chrysler Intrepid had proceeded from the access road when unsafe to do so and was struck by a 2006 Toyota Tacoma which was driving SE on Hwy #39.

The Intrepid was occupied by a 26 year old male from Alberta who was the driver and a 78 year old male passenger from Swift Current, Saskatchewan.  Both occupants were injured as a result of the accident.  The 78 year old male was ejected from the vehicle and sustained what were reported to be serious injuries.  He was airlifted by STARS to Regina for treatment where he remains at this time.  The 26 yr old driver was also taken to hospital with undetermined injuries.

The Tacoma was driven by a 56 year old male from Midale, Saskatchewan and was taken to Weyburn Hospital for medical treatment and has since been released.

A collision analyst also attended last night to the scene assisting with the investigation which is still ongoing.

The highway was reopened to traffic without restrictions at 9:44 pm.



Members of the Weyburn det are on scene of a two vehicle mvc at hwy 39 and 22 street on the south side of Weyburn.


The highway will be closed for the next couple hours.


Will advised when they open up again.





Weyburn RCMP




The autopsy of Kelly Allary has been completed and his death has been deemed non-suspicious in nature.  The criminal aspect of this investigation has concluded; however, the RCMP will continue to support the Office of the Coroner with their investigation.







Broadview RCMP are advising the public that Kelly Allary was discovered along the lake at approximately 12:30 this afternoon.  A family member of Kelly Allary who was searching the area, located him along the southeast shore of Round Lake in front of the residence where he was last seen on the Ochapowace First Nations.  The residence is on the north side of the Ochapowace First Nations.


An autopsy has been requested to assist in determining cause of death.




7:20 p.m.


The Broadview RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Kelly Allary, a 17 year old First Nation male who was last seen walking on the Ochapowace First Nation on Monday, May 19th, 2014 at approximately midnight.   


Family and Community members have conducted a ground search near the area where Kelly was last seen, but he has not been located.


Kelly is described as being a First Nation male, approximately 5'9" tall and weighing 165 lbs. He has dyed blonde hair and brown eyes.  Kelly was last seen wearing a black and blue hooded Fox brand sweatshirt, blue shoes and dark coloured shorts.  Recent photo's of Kelly are attached.


Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Kelly Allary is asked to contact the Broadview RCMP at 306-696-5200 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477

Organizations: RCMP, Crimestoppers

Geographic location: Round Lake

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