Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — To Sept. 23

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

If you have information about these or any other crime, please contact your local detachment of the RCMP, or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

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North Battleford Daily Report   2014 September 22 6:00 am - 2014 September 23 6:00 am   2014 September 23 8:00 am ---------------------------------------------------------------- Over 25 calls for service including 2 Child Welfare/Family Relations investigation, 5 Traffic/minor collision investigations, 3 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 3 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbance complaints, 2 False Alarms,   2014.09.22 822 am - Vehicle parked on 1100 block of 102nd Street gone through, some loose change and a calculator taken.    852 am - Additional graffiti to a building reported on 101st Street from the weekend.  Related to suspect already in custody from the weekend.   1053 am - Report of an assault on Deans Crescent which occurred on Friday.  Charges are now currently pending against a 35 year old male for Aggravated Assault and Assault.  Suspect is currently still being sought.   121 pm - Theft of gasoline from a business on Railway Avenue East.    222 pm - Call of an unwanted person at a residence on Panton Avenue.  Dispute between roommates.  Matter mediated.   357 pm - Theft of power suspected.  Few details available at this time, investigation ongoing.   409 pm - Hit and run to a vehicle parked at a parking lot on Carlton Trail.   414 pm - Vehicle window damaged overnight while parked on 700 block of 100th Street.   803 pm - Report of suspicious individuals shining a flashlight into vehicles at Kramer place.  No damaged vehicles located and suspects were not located.  

If you have information about these or any other crime, please contact the Battlefords Detachment of the RCMP at (306)446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online atwww.saskcrimestoppers.com

 

Biggar RCMP - Theft of Cattle Search Warrant Results in Charges

 

2014-09-23

9:00 a.m.

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On September 18, 2014, Biggar RCMP executed a search warrant at a rural fenced pasture land in the RM of Glenside.  The investigation commenced September 11, 2014 after police received a complaint from the Livestock Services of Saskatchewan.  It was learned that there were branded cattle stolen and grazing amongst a herd in the RM of Glenside.  Brand inspection confirmed the information and a search warrant was executed.  Police seized five cow/calf pairs worth a total estimated value of between $13, 000.00 - $15, 000.00 CDN. The cattle had been missing since 2008.  It is suspected that the off spring produced from the stolen cattle over the six year period is valued at approximately $17, 500.00 CDN. A 49-year-old female, Joann Vayro, from Sonningdale, SK has been charged with five counts of Fraudulently Keeping Cattle found Astray contrary to the Criminal Code.  She makes her first court appearance in Provincial Court at Biggar, SK on November 5th.

The animals were in very good condition.  They are presently being detained and monitored by Livestock Services of Saskatchewan.

 

RCMP Unity- Home Invasion & Assault with a Weapon- 2014-09-20

On September 20th at approximately 12:40 PM,  Unity RCMP members were dispatched to a fight at a residence in Unity, SK.  Members arrived and found three adult victims, 2 males and a female, suffering from being sprayed with bear mace inside the home.  One adult male victim had cuts on his head.  All refused medical attention and injuries were minor.  All victims said they had been attacked by 5 males who barged into the home, struck the one male victim with a bottle and sprayed the basement of the home with bear spray.

At approximately 2:00 pm Lloydminster and Maidstone RCMP stopped the suspect vehicle on Hwy #16 entering Lloydminster and a high risk takedown was done, resulting in the arrest of four of the accused without incident. The following persons have been arrested and appeared in Lloydminster Provincial Court today facing the following charges:

1) Matthew MELESHKO age 24 of Vermillion, Alberta is charged with Break, Enter and Commit an Assault with a weapon. Assault with a weapon x3, and Possessing a Prohibited Weapon.

2) Catlin THOMAS age 24 of Vermillion, Alberta was charged with :Break, Enter and Commit an Assault with a weapon. Assault with a weapon x3, and Possessing a Prohibited Weapon, and Possessing a Weapon while Prohibited, and Breach of Recognizance.

3) Dakoda FOELLER age 22 of Lloydminster Saskatchewan was charged with: Break, Enter and Commit an Assault with a weapon. Assault with a weapon x3, and Breach of Probation x2.

4) Jason JOHNSON age 28 of Lloydminster, Alberta  was charged with :Break, Enter and Commit an Assault with a weapon, and Assault with a weapon x3.

A fifth male , Austin BECKLEY,  age 21 of Unity, Saskatchewan was arrested and charged today with charged with: Break, Enter and Commit an Assault with a weapon, and Assault with a weapon x3.  BECKLEY will be appearing in North Battleford Provincial Court tomorrow morning.

Some of the accuseds were known to the victims.  The incident was not random in nature, and the public is not considered to be at risk. 

 

Onion Lake RCMP - Missing Person

Talon Worme and Malaki Thomas were located safe and sound this afternoon in Onion Lake. Thank you for your assistance.

 

Broadview RCMP: Attempted Murder Charges for Incident in Kipling, Sask

2014-09-22
3:15 p.m.

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On Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 7:13 p.m., The “F” Division Operational Communications Centre received a complaint of a stabbing at a residence in Kipling, Saskatchewan.

Broadview RCMP responded and initial investigation has revealed that a 24-year-old male, a 44-year-old female and a 52-year-old male attended a gathering at a residence in Kipling at approximately 1:00 p.m. on September 20. The 52-year-old male left the gathering with the 44-year-old female and they walked to her residence in the 800 block of 1st street in Kipling. Shortly after, the 24-year-old male entered the residence and an altercation took place between all three adults.

Kipling EMS transported both injured adults to the Kipling Health Centre with what were described as stab wounds. The adult male was transported by STARS and the adult female was transported by EMS to hospital in Regina. Their condition is unknown. The 24-year-old male was arrested outside a residence in the 300 block of 2nd street in Kipling without incident.

The suspect and victims are known to each other.

24-year-old Gregory Tyler Bluecloud of Kipling, Saskatchewan has been charged with:

2 counts, attempted murder, section 239 of the Criminal Code

1 count, possession for purpose dangerous to public, section 88 of the Criminal Code

2 counts, aggravated assault, section 268 of the Criminal Code

Bluecloud appeared in Melville Provincial Court on Monday, September 22, 2014. The investigation continues with Broadview RCMP, RCMP Major Crime Unit South and Yorkton General Investigation and Forensic Identification Sections.

 

RCMP-Nipawin District-Theft of Fuel

 

Police are seeking assistance with the following investigations:

August 08, North of Love.    Diesel fuel siphoned from a Grator at the Love Gravel Pit.  No suspects.  Tire tracks could be from a quad.

August 22, Town of WhiteFox.   Diesel fuel siphoned from a semi tractor by railway tracks.  No suspects

September 16, 4 miles west of Nipawin on old Hwy 35.   Diesel fuel siphoned from storage tanks in a farm yard.  2 suspect vehicles.  White Dodge Dually service truck and a black extended cab half ton.

September 16, Rm of Torch River on Hwy 35.  Suspicious vehicle(s) entered the farm yard at night.  The family dog was found dead later that night, it had succumbed to a head injury.   Unknown if the two events are linked. 

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact the Nipawin RCMP at (306) 862-6270 or if you wish to remain anonymous Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, *8477 on Sask-Tel Mobility, text TIP206 plus your message to CRIMES (274637), online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com <http://www.saskcrimestoppers.com> where you can also view information on other unsolved crimes.

 

North Battleford RCMP - Complaint of Suspected Gun shots

2014 September 22 10:00 am

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North Battleford RCMP are investigating two separate reports of suspected gun shots in the city early Saturday morning.  The first complaint was made shortly after 1 am in the area of 109th Street and 9th Avenue.  The report was of 5 shots being heard in the area.  A search of the area was negative, no property damage has been discovered and no one was injured.  Several witnesses have already been spoken to and it can not yet be confirmed the noise reported was in fact caused by a firearm.  A second report, similar to the first incident, was made shortly after 330 am in the Panton Avenue area.  No property damage was discovered and no one was injured, and police have not been able to confirm the validity of this second incident either.  The investigation into both matters is continuing.  It is not known at this time wether or not they are related. 

If you have information about these or any other crime, please contact the Battlefords Detachment of the RCMP at (306)446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

 

North Battleford - Daily Report

2014 September 19 6:00 am - 2014 September 22 6:00 am

2014 September 22 10:00 am

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Over 120 calls for service over this three day period including 1 reported fraud investigation, 5 Child Welfare/Family Relations complaints, 22 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbing the peace complaints, 4 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 11 Traffic complaints/investigations, 4 False Alarms.

 

2014.09.19

1029 am - Report of a stolen scooter on 107th Street.  Scooter located and returned to owner.  Suspects involved between 9 and 12 years of age were warned about behaviour.

 

1115 am - Report of a missing certified patient from hospital.  Located by members a short time after called in and returned without incident.

 

152 pm - Two vehicle collision at 100th Street and 18th Avenue.  One vehicle was rear ended by a second vehicle while waiting to safely complete a turn.  29 year old male has been charged with Following To Closely contrary to the Traffic Safety Act.  The driver of the other vehicle sustained minor injuries, neither vehicle had to be towed from scene.

 

208 pm - Report of a vehicle running into a building on Thatcher Avenue.  No injuries reported.  Male driver facing one count of Driving an Unregistered vehicle contrary to the Traffic Safety Act.

 

316 pm - Report of damage to a door to a residence on 1300 block of 110th Street.  No entry to residence gained.  Occurred some time in the morning.

 

358 pm - 52 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance near Don Ross Hill.  Held in custody until sober.

 

546 pm - Theft of a long board from a yard on 109th Street.  Long board was recovered by owners and a suspect has since been identified.  Investigation still ongoing and charges still pending.

 

549 pm - Report of damage to property on 1100 block of 109th Street.  Occupants returned home after a period of time away and found residence damaged.  Evidence collected on scene indicates damage caused by a firearm, believed related to an incident reported in area during early morning hours of September 13th. 

 

716 pm - 63 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance, located sleeping and very intoxicated in an alley off 104th Street.  Held in custody until sober.

 

1022 pm - Call of an assault.  Victim alleged to have been slapped in the hand while driving in North Battleford by suspect.  No injuries and no charges pursued.

 

1056 pm - 49 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication, reported to be causing a disturbance by yelling at people on 107th Street.  Held in custody until sober.

 

1121 pm - Report of an intoxicated male refusing to leave a bar and stealing other patrons beers.  44 year old male located, arrested and charged.  Held in custody until sober.

 

2014.09.20

1220 am - Report of a disturbance on 102nd Street, caller reporting unwanted person knocking at their door.  Two intoxicated person located arguing, both removed from area.

 

227 am - 21 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance, found extremely intoxicated on 11th Avenue.

 

248 am - 28 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance, found intoxicated and sleeping in the middle of a parking lot on 101st Street.

 

300 am - Call of a naked man running down 102nd Street.  Male was located and was in fact wearing clothes, but was very intoxicated and had an outstanding warrant for Assault Causing Bodily harm.  Arrested for same.

 

414 am - 27 year old male charged with Possession of Marihuana after a vehicle stop on 6th Avenue.

 

505 am - 24 year old male arrested and charged with Impaired Driving and Driving While over .08 after a vehicle located driving erratically on Territorial Drive.  A 26 year old male passenger was also arrested and facing one charge of Obstruction.

 

615 am - Calling reporting she did not want her son in law at her house, then admitted he hadn't actually been at her house for several hours.  Caller advised to maybe call when the person she doesn't want at her house is actually at her house.

 

719 am - Report of an intoxicated person sleeping outside near Winder Crescent.  Subject located and arrested.  Male attempted to pull away and flee from arresting member while being escorted to police vehicle but was subdued quickly.  14 year old male is facing one count of Obstruction.  Held in custody until sober.

 

956 am - Vehicle stolen from 1500 block of 100th Street, recovered in alley off 98th Street, abandoned.

 

215 pm - Report of a male setting fire to a bandana in a yard on 1800 block of 101st Street.  Male stamped fire out when he noticed he was being witnessed and fled on foot.    Suspect described as being First Nations, short, about 13 years of age wearing a hat and jeans. 

 

246 pm - 48 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance after a complaint of an unwanted person at a residence on 98th Street.  Male located a short distance away, very intoxicated.  Held in custody until sober.

 

416 pm - Items reported stolen out of a vehicle parked on St Laurent Drive some time after 2 pm.

 

521 pm - 26 year old male arrested and charged with one count of Theft Under $5,000 after a reported shoplifting incident at a business on the 1000 block of 101st Street.

 

649 pm - 19 and 25 year old males arrested for Causing a Disturbance on Railway Avenue East after complaint of two intoxicated people drunk and vomiting outside a business.

 

717 pm - 18 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication, found sleeping in a park at a picnic table off 110th Street.

 

813 pm - Report of an assault at a residence on 1400 block of 101st Street.  Victim was transported to hospital suffering from injuries to her head and face, not believed to be life threatening.  Victim was very intoxicated at time of complaint and unable or unwilling to provide details about what happened.  Matter remains under investigation.

 

835 pm - Report of a theft of gas from a business on Heritage Way.  22 year old female later arrested.  Outstanding bill paid by suspect and no charges pursued.

 

932 pm - Complaint of ongoing harassment.  Suspect and complainant are known to each other.  Investigation ongoing.

 

1034 pm - 28 year old male arrested and charged with Impaired Driving and Driving While Over .08 after a vehicle stop on Poundmaker Trail.   Male is also facing charges of Driving without a License and Speeding under the Traffic Safety Act. 

 

2014.09.21

1210 am - 13 year old youth arrested and charged with Breach of Probation, found by patrolling members on 100th Street out in violation of his curfew.

 

112 am - 17 year old youth arrested and charged with Possession of Stolen Property X 2, Mischief and Possession of a Weapon in connection with several reports of property being spray painted on 98th and 99th Street.  The youth was located and arrested by members shortly after 2 am and found to be in possession of a hatchet at the time of his arrest.  He remains in custody and is set to appear in North Battleford Court at 930 am on Monday September 22nd.

 

243 am - 24 year old male arrested after a report of an unknown male inside complainants vehicle on 101st Street.  Charges currently pending.

 

439 am - 23 year old male arrested for Causing a Disturbance, after complaint of intoxicated male passed out in waiting room of hospital.

 

1055 am - Two vehicle collision at intersection of 93rd Street and 18th Avenue.  22 year old driver of one of the vehicles has been charged with Failing to yield the right of way at an intersection.  The driver of the other vehicle was transported to hospital and treated for non-life threatening injuries.

 

1231 pm - Garage and fence spray painted on 700 block of 101st Street.

 

353 pm - Members called to assist complainant retrieve property from her ex boyfriend.  Property retrieved and no charges pursued.

 

427 pm - Report of an assault on 110th Street.  Victim sustained minor injuries and would not cooperate with any investigation.

 

557 pm - Complaint received of a teenage male walking on 10th Avenue in possession of a pink .22 calibre rifle.  Area was thoroughly searched and no suspect located, no additional reports made.  Complaint refused to provide any details of incident or cooperate with investigation. 

 

754 pm - Report of a youth attempting to steal a scooter from a yard on 108th Street.  Scooter recovered, the suspect was alleged to have pulled out a knife and fled the scene.  No injuries reported.  Suspect has been identified and matter remains under investigation.

 

806 pm - Report of a shoplifting incident at a business on Railway Avenue East.  Investigation ongoing.

 

938 pm - 28 year old woman arrested for Causing a Disturbance after a report of intoxicated people arguing and yelling on 101st Street.

 

1111 pm - Call to a residence on 103rd street, male at a residence contrary to probation order.  Subject was already gone at time of complaint.  37 year old male is currently being sought and two counts of Breach of Probation.

 

If you have information about these or any other crime, please contact the Battlefords Detachment of the RCMP at (306)446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

 

Weyburn/Radville RCMP: Fatal Pedestrian Motor Vehicle Collision

2014-09-22

 9:45 a.m.

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On Sunday, September 21, 2014 at approximately 8:40 p.m., Weyburn RCMP responded to a complaint of an adult male walking in the south bound lane of Highway #39, approximately five kilometers North West of Weyburn. Traffic was heavy at the time due to travelers returning home from the Rider game.

Members observed a male in the middle of the south bound lane and activated their emergency equipment. One member observed the male being hit by an oncoming white car and both members heard a loud bang.

Weyburn EMS attended and 34-year-old David Colvin from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan was declared deceased at the scene. An autopsy is not ordered.

Highway #39 was closed for four hours by Saskatchewan Department of Highways while the investigation was completed. Traffic was rerouted on a nearby grid road during this time. No charges are being considered against the driver of the vehicle involved.

Weyburn and Radville RCMP, as well as a collision analyst from Estevan continue to investigate. Thank you to Weyburn Police Service for their assistance.

 

North Battleford RCMP - Aggravated Assault

2014 September 22 9:00 am

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A 23 year old man from Alberta is facing a charge of Aggravated Assault after North Battleford RCMP were notified of a 21 year old male being treated as the hospital with several suspected stab wounds shortly after 8 am on Saturday September 20th.  The incident occurred as a house party at approximately 7 am this same date.  The victim was treated for lacerations to his head and neck and has since been released from hospital.  The accused was located and arrested in the Cut Knife area in the afternoon of September 20th and has been remanded into custody to make his first appearance on Monday September 22nd at 930 am in North Battleford Provincial Court.  The accused was also wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant for a Parole Violation at the time of his arrest. 

 

Onion Lake RCMP - Missing Person

2014-09-22

00:43 hours

On September 21, 2014 thirteen year old Talon WORME and nine year old Malaki THOMAS were reported missing to the Onion Lake RCMP. WORME and THOMAS were last seen just after 7 p.m. that evening on foot heading towards the Onion Lake Community Centre.

WORME is described as five feet seven inches tall and 80 pounds with short dark hair. WORME was last seen wearing a black muscle shirt and blue jeans.

THOMAS is described as four feet tall and 75 pounds with short brown hair and lots of freckles on his face. THOMAS was last seen wearing a red shirt, black shorts with a grey stripe on the sides, and blue high top sneakers.

RCMP are asking anyone with information on Talon WORME or Malaki THOMAS to call the Onion Lake RCMP Detachment at 306-344-5550 or the general RCMP line at 310-RCMP (7267).

 

Battlefords Detachment - Municipal - Daily Report

 

2014 September 15 6:00 am - 2014 September 16 6:00 am

 

2014 September 16 12:35 pm

 

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Approximately 34 calls for service including but not limited to, 3 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbance complaints, 1 False Alarms, 3 Child Welfare/Family Act complaints, 6 Traffic investigation/complaints, 3 - 911 Act, 1 Items Lost/Found, 3 Missing Person Complaints and 2 Mental Health Act Complaints.

 

2014-09-15

 

8:05 am – Complaint of a vehicle being driven into a fence at an address on 104th Street. Apparent cause is driver fatigue.

 

10:54 am – Complaint of a break and enter into the old water plant on Russet Road. The padlock was cut and several windows broken. Occurred sometime over the weekend.

 

3:48 pm – Complaint of a female driving without a driver’s license.

 

4:05 pm – Complaint of an abandoned vehicle outside a business on 102nd Street. Investigation revealed that the vehicle was stolen from the Saskatoon area. Investigation is ongoing.

 

4:39 pm – Complaint of a hit and run motor vehicle collision. Complainant’s vehicle was rear ended by a truck at a local car wash. The truck fled the scene, minor damage and no injuries. Investigation is ongoing.

 

5:42 pm – Complaint of a 2 vehicle collision on Scott Drive. A vehicle pulled onto Territorial Drive into the path of a second vehicle. One driver transported to Hospital for treatment of injuries, the second driver was charged with driving while suspended.

 

2014-09-16

 

1:29 am – Complaint of a loud male and female walking outside an address on 15th Avenue. The two were yelling at one another. Members attended and warned the two parties.

 

4:37 am – Complaint of damage to a vehicle parked on Trudeau Street. A crash was heard and a weight used to smash a window on the vehicle. Patrols were made, no one found in the area.

 

 

If you have information about these or any other crime, please contact the Battlefords Detachment of the RCMP at (306)446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

 

 

North Battleford RCMP - Daily Report

 

2014 September 12 600 am - 2014 September 15 600 am

 

2014 September 15 600 pm

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Just under 100 calls for service over the noted three day period which includes 21 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbance complaints, 2 Fraud investigations, 6 Child Welfare/Family Relations investigations, 11 Traffic complaints/Minor collisions, 3 False Alarms, 4 False/Nuisance 911 calls.

 

 

2014.09.12

958 am - Theft of gasoline from a business on Highway 16.  Suspect vehicle described as a Burgundy Dodge truck with an Alberta License.

 

118 pm - Complaint of continual unwanted contact by a male towards complainant.  Matter stems from a previous relationship.  Complaint includes suspect being unlawfully in the home of the complainant.  A 43 year old male was located and arrested.  He is charged with Break and Enter to a Dwelling, Being Unlawfully in a Dwelling, Obstruction, Criminal Harassment and Breach of Probation X 3.  He was remanded into custody and made his first appearance in provincial court on Monday September 15th at 930 am.

 

151 pm - 37 year old woman facing charges of Failing to Comply with Probation.

 

358 pm - 31 year old woman charged with Theft Under $5,000 in connection which a shoplifting complaint from a business on Territorial Drive North.

 

615 pm - 25 year old man arrested and charged with Assault Causing Bodily Harm and Uttering Threats after a complaint on Trudeau Street of an intoxicated man trying causing problems.  Victim sustained a bloody and possibly broken nose during altercation.  Accused remanded into custody and made his first appearance on Monday September 15th at 930 am.

 

2014.09.13

1226 am - Complaint of a loud party on 1500 block of 104th Street with one witness reporting hearing what sounded like two gun shots.  Further information indicated a possibly suicidal male in area.  One witness did see a male in the area who was not carrying any firearm at the time going through yards.  Several witnesses in the area reported hearing what sounded like gun shots.  To date no damaged property has been located or reported and no one was injured.  No suspects were located in the area of the alleged fired shots.   Investigation is ongoing. 

 

405 am - Call of a suspicious male on Laurier Crescent who appears to be looking into windows and may have also removed a bike from a yard.  Suspect not located but a Mountain bike was found abandoned in area and seized, owner not yet located.

 

448 am - Report of a male causing problems at a residence on Winder Crescent.  27 year old male located, very intoxicated, arrested for Mischief and held in custody until sober.

 

1213 pm - Report of a vehicle broken into on Bunce Crescent while parked overnight.  Personal items reported missing.

 

147 pm - 53 year old woman arrested for Public Intoxication, located sleeping in a back alley of 13th Avenue.

 

324 pm - Report of people arguing and fighting on 101st Street.  25 year old male was arrested for Causing a Disturbance, found to be very intoxicated.  3 other individuals told to leave area and complied.

 

409 pm - Call of a Hit and Run at a restaurant drive through on Railway Avenue East.  Suspect later located and is facing one count of Failing to Remain at the scene of a collision.

 

540 pm - 32 year old woman arrested for Causing a Disturbance after a report of an intoxicated person causing a scene on 100th Street.

 

805 pm - Two vehicle injury collision on Highway 16 on east edge of city.  Driver of one of the vehicles fled scene on foot but has been identified and charges are pending.  5 persons were injured in the collision, none believed to be serious.  All injured parties were transported to hospital via ambulance for treatment.  Both vehicles sustained significant damage and were towed from scene.  Investigation is ongoing.

 

824 pm - 911 call to a residence on 102nd Street, report that complainant was threatened with being punched in the face for not returning a borrowed country music CD.  Parties separated for the evening.

 

2014.09.14

223 am - 37 year old male arrested and charged with one count of Breach of Probation after report on intoxicated male at a residence on 101st Street refusing to leave.

 

340 am - 16 year old male arrested and charged with Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose after located by members in possession of Bear Spray.  Also charged with two counts of Failing to Comply with an Undertaking.  A 19 year old male in his company was also arrested and is charged with Obstruction and Breach of Probation.  Both remanded into custody until first appearance on Monday September 15th at 930 am.

 

723 am - Call of a disturbance/fight at a residence on 100th Street.  A male was arrested on scene for assault and mischief.   A female was also arrested for outstanding warrants.  Matter remains under investigation.

 

906 am - Report of a vehicle parked on 1500 block of 101st Street scratched some time between 1 am and 9 am.

 

144 pm - Call of an assault outside a residence on Mackenzie King Crescent.  Suspect witnessed driving away after getting into a physical altercation with another individual.  Suspect not yet located.  Matter still under investigation.

 

206 pm - 40 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication found heavily intoxicated and wondering into traffic on Territorial Drive.

 

342 pm - Report of an Assault on 112th Street.  All parties known to each and matter appears to stem for a previous disagreement.  Investigation still ongoing.

 

559 pm - Report of shoplifting at a business on Carlton Trail.  49 year old male arrested and facing one count of Theft Under $5,000.  A 45 year old male, 41 year old female and 54 year old female in his company were also arrested for Public Intoxication and held in custody until sober.

 

1002 pm - Rock thrown through a window to a building on 107th Street.

 

1158 pm - 31 year old man arrested and charged with Breach of Probation, located very intoxicated and yelling on 101st Street.

 

2014.09.15

1229 am - 46 year old man arrested for Public Intoxication on 100th Street.

 

If you have information about these or any other crime, please contact the Battlefords Detachment of the RCMP at (306)446-1720 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

 

 

 

RCMP Fort Qu'Appelle - Arson

 

2014-09-15
1:51 p.m.

At approximately 8:30 a.m. on Saturday September 13th, members of the Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP were called to a fire at the church on the Standing Buffalo First Nation near Fort Qu’Appelle.  Members attended and kept the fire under control until the arrival of the Fort Qu’Appelle Fire Department at which time the fire was extinguished and the scene declared safe.  Damage to the building is estimated in the thousands of dollars. 

The matter is currently under investigation as arson. 

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP at 306-332-2222 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

 

 

RCMP Stanley Mission - Hit and Run in Grandmother's Bay, Sk.

 

2014-09-15

2:15 pm.

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On September 14th, 2014 at approximately 12:20 a.m., Stanley Mission RCMP received a call of an intoxicated driver in Grandmother's Bay Saskatchewan. The complainant stated a pickup truck driven by a male had hit 3 pedestrians on Nihitow Awasis Street within the village of Grandmother's Bay, Saskatchewan. Witnesses observed the driver leave the vehicle and then ran off on foot. Upon arrival, members noted the 3 injured pedestrians ( all from the community) - 19 yr old female, 42 year and 21 year old males were being looked at by La Ronge EMS.  The pickup truck remained on scene in the residential area.

 

The 3 victims were transported via ambulance to La Ronge, Saskatchewan initially and then later on to Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon for further treatment.  All three were taken for medical treatment with what were described as non-life threatening injuries.  As of today, the 19 year old female and 21 year old male have been released.  The 42 year old male remains in hospital.

 

During the evening of September 14th, 26 year old Clayton Scott Roberts of Grandmother's Bay was located by RCMP and arrested.  He was remanded for court this morning in La Ronge to answer to the following charges: 

1) Impaired driving causing Bodily Harm contrary to Sec. 253(1) per 255(2) of the Criminal Code of Canada. (** 3 counts**)

2) Fail to Remain at the scene of an accident contrary to Sec 252(1.2) of the Criminal Code of Canada.

 

Roberts appeared in court this morning and was released.  He is scheduled to next appear in Saskatchewan Provincial Court in Stanley Mission October 16th, 2014 at 10:00 am.

Investigation into this matter continues.

 

 

Kindersley RCMP - Suspicions Death Investigation

 

On September 14, 2014, at approximately 6:00 am, EMS responded to an unresponsive male, lying on the ground outside of his temporary work residence.  The male was transported to the Kindersley Hospital where attempts to revive him were unsuccessful. Kindersley RCMP has since entered into this sudden death investigation and are treating it as suspicious.   The residence where the deceased had been living at is a job site, multi dwelling trailers park located in the industrial area on the westside of the Town of Kindersley.  A number of employees from various oil field companies reside in this complex when working in the Kindersley area. 

 

Kindersley RCMP along with Major Crimes, Saskatoon Forensic Identification Services, and the Provincial Coroner’s Office are assisting in the investigation into this matter.  An autopsy is scheduled for later this week.

 

The deceased is identified as 19 year old Dylan Cordell HANNA, who is originally a resident of British Columbia.  Next of kin have been notified.

 

If you have information about this matter, please contact Kindersley RCMP at 306-463-4642 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com

 

 

La Ronge Media Release

 

On September 13, 2014 at 2239 hrs - La Ronge RCMP responded to several complaints in Sucker River Reserve, Lac La Ronge Indian Band of a man discharging a firearm at several houses, vehicles and in the air.

 

Members of La Ronge attended and took Craig LARSON of Sucker River Reserve into custody with out incident. Craig LARSON has been charged with several firearm related offences and will be making his first appearance in La Ronge Provincial Court on September 15th, 2014.

 

The matter is still under investigation by La Ronge RCMP. La Ronge RCMP can report that nobody was injuried in this matter.

 

Charges included:

S.88 Criminal Code - Possession of a weapon dangerous to the public

S.86 Criminal Code - Careless use of a firearm

S.91(1) Criminal Code - Unauthorized Possession of a firearm

S.430(2) Criminal Code - Mischief that endargered life (2 Counts)

 

 

 

 

North Battleford RCMP - Daily Report

 

2014 September 9 6:00 am - 2014 September 10 6:00 am

 

2014 September 10 2:00 pm

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Over 30 calls for service including 3 False alarms, 8 Traffic investigations/complaints,  4 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 4 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbance complaints.

 

2014.09.09

1152 am - 54 year old female facing charge of Failing to Comply with probation.

 

207 pm - Report of 30 year old male missing last seen on 107th Street.  Subject residence checked overnight several times, whereabout remain unknown.  No suspicion of foul play at this time.

 

302 pm - 12 year old youth charged with Hit and Run on 1000 block of 108th Street.  Accused alleged to have taken a family vehicle and struck another vehicle.  Minor damage to both vehicles involved.

 

458 pm - 57 year old male arrested and charged with Theft Under $5,000 after attempting to shoplift a fridge from a business on 100th Street.  He has since been released and will make his first appearance in court on Monday October 6th.  The fridge has been returned to the business.

 

710 pm - Report of a shoplifting incident at a business on Railway Avenue East.  Two suspects described as a Aboriginal Female in her 50s and a thin Caucasian male with blonde hair in his 20s. 

 

832 pm - Report of theft of gasoline from a business on Railway Avenue East. 

 

1147 pm - Report of a windshield of a vehicle parked on 1000 block of 109th Street damaged.

 

2014.09.10

1258 am - 39 year old male arrested for Public Intoxication, found by patrolling members wondering down 14th Avenue in his underwear.

 

 

Humboldt RCMP - Found tires

 

Please be advised the survey equipment reported found the previous week has now been returned to it's rightful owner.

 

2014-09-10

08:25

 

Humboldt RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating the owner of four truck tires that were found by work crews in the Leroy area. All tires are on rims and are in reasonably good condition.

 

 

North Battleford RCMP - Uttering Threats

 

2014 September 10 754 am

 

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North Battleford RCMP arrested an 18 year old male at approximately 7 am in connection with a threat to cause damage to a bridge in the City of North Battleford.  A report was made to the detachment of an online threat made by a suspect at approximately 430 am.  The time of the alleged attack was to occur after 8 am.  The suspect's identity was confirmed and he was located and arrested on 110th Street at a residence without incident.  He remains in custody with charges of Uttering Threats pending.  He is scheduled to appear in North Battleford Provincial Court after 930 am today.  Immediate steps were taken to ensure the safety of the bridge and to ensure the safety of the public.  No devices or means of carrying out the alleged threats have been located.  The investigation is continuing.

 

 

 

 

RCMP Rose Valley - *UPDATE* Aggravated Assault / Firearms complaint

 

2014-09-09
3:05 p.m.

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Since the assault incident involving weapons on August 1, 2014 at Yellow Quill First Nation, six individuals have been charged.

 

29-year-old Clarence Kittiekaywinnie of the Yellow Quill First Nation appeared in Rose Valley Provincial Court on September 3, 2014 and has been charged with:

 

1 count of discharging a firearm while being reckless, section 244.2(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count of administering a noxious thing (bear spray), section 245 of the Criminal Code

2 counts, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, section 88(2) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, careless use of a firearm, section 86(1) of the Criminal Code

1 count, unauthorized possession of a firearm/prohibited/restricted weapon, section 91(3) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, assault with a weapon, section 267(a) of the Criminal Code

1 count, mischief equal to or under $5,000, section 430(4) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, weapons possession contrary to order and fail to surrender, section 117.01(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count, breaking and entering with intent, section 348(1)(a) of the Criminal Code

 

31-year-old Curtis Kittiekaywinnie of Saskatoon remains at large and has been charged with:

 

1 count of discharging a firearm while being reckless, section 244.2(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count of administering a noxious thing (bear spray), section 245 of the Criminal Code

2 counts, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, section 88(2) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, careless use of a firearm, section 86(1) of the Criminal Code

1 count, unauthorized possession of a firearm/prohibited/restricted weapon, section 91(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count, assault with a weapon, section 267(a) of the Criminal Code

1 count, mischief to a testamentary instrument, section 430(3) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, weapons possession contrary to order and fail to surrender, section 117.01(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count, breaking and entering with intent, section 348(1)(a) of the Criminal Code

 

34-year-old Alvin Lyle Taniskishawinew of Rose Valley appeared in Rose Valley provincial Court Provincial Court on September 3, 2014 and has been charged with:

 

1 count of discharging a firearm while being reckless, section 244.2(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count of administering a noxious thing (bear spray), section 245 of the Criminal Code

2 counts, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, section 88(2) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, careless use of a firearm, section 86(1) of the Criminal Code

1 count, unauthorized possession of a firearm/prohibited/restricted weapon, section 91(3) of the Criminal Code

3 counts, assault with a weapon, section 267(a) of the Criminal Code

1 count, mischief equal to or under $5,000, section 430(4) of the Criminal Code

1 count, breaking and entering with intent, section 348(1)(a) of the Criminal Code

 

33-year-old Christopher Aaron Lee Taniskishayinew of the Yellow Quill First Nation appeared in Rose Valley Provincial Court on August 20, 2014 and has been charged with:

 

1 count of discharging a firearm while being reckless, section 244.2(3) of the Criminal Code

1 count of administering a noxious thing (bear spray), section 245 of the Criminal Code

2 counts, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, section 88(2) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, careless use of a firearm, section 86(1) of the Criminal Code

1 count, unauthorized possession of a firearm/prohibited/restricted weapon, section 91(3) of the Criminal Code

2 counts, assault with a weapon, section 267(a) of the Criminal Code

1 count, breaking and entering with intent, section 348(1)(a) of the Criminal Code

1 count, mischief equal to or under $5,000, section 430(4) of the Criminal Code

 

There were a total of 61 charges laid in relation to the initial incident on August 1, 2014.

 

Three of the five individuals charged were taken into custody on August 2, 2014: Clarence Kittiekaywinnie, Alvin Taniskishayinew, and Christopher Taniskishayinew. Conrad Kittiekaywinnie and Curtis Kittiekaywinnie remained at large and arrest warrants were issued for them.

 

On September 4, 2014, Conrad Kittiekaywinnie was arrested during an unrelated incident involving the theft of property and the theft of a vehicle that occurred in Archerwill, Saskatchewan. During this incident, an adult male purposely collided with two police vehicles in an attempt to avoid police and arrest. Conrad Kittiekaywinnie was held in custody and appeared in Yorkton Provincial Court on September 5, 2014.

 

31-year-old Curtis Kittiekaywinnie has not been located and an arrest warrant has been issued. Rose Valley/Kelvington RCMP are seeking the public's assistance in locating him.  If he is located he should not be approached and the Kelvington/Rose Valley RCMP or your local police service should be notified. Please see attached photograph.

 

 

Pelican Narrows RCMP: Second Degree Murder Charge in Sudden Death Investigation

 

2014/09/09

12:10 p.m.

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On September 8, 2014, at 12:00 a.m. Pelican Narrows RCMP were called to a residence on Ratt Street in Pelican Narrows. An altercation had occurred inside the residence between two adult males from Pelican Narrows. A 29-year-old male was transported by Emergency Health Services to the Angelique Health Centre in Pelican Narrows with serious injuries and pronounced dead. The two males are known to each other.

 

32-year-old Adam Terrance Sewap, of Pelican Narrows has been charged with:

 

1 count of second degree murder, section 235 of the Criminal Code of Canada 

 

Sewap has been remanded to appear in Pelican Narrows Provincial Court on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. 

 

At the request of the victim's family, the RCMP are not releasing the name of the victim.  The autopsy for the victim is scheduled for Friday, September 12, 2014 at the Saskatoon City Hospital and the investigation continues with Pelican Narrows RCMP, RCMP Major Crimes North the Office of the Chief Coroner.

 

 

 

 

RCMP - Leader Detachment - Fatal Workplace accident in Fox Valley

 

2014-09-08

 

Leader RCMP, Fox Valley Fire Department and Richmound Fire Department were called to a workplace accident that occurred in Fox Valley at approximately 6:20 pm on September 8, 2014. One 25 year old male was transported by ambulance to Maple Creek Hospital, however he was pronounced dead upon arrival. The second 24 year old male was pronounced dead at the scene in Fox Valley. The matter is still under investigation. Names of the deceased are not being released at this time, and pending family notification.

 

 

Pelican Narrows RCMP: Sudden Death

 

2014/09/08
3:15 p.m.

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Pelican Narrows RCMP along with RCMP Major Crimes North are currently investigating the death of a 29-year-old male from Pelican Narrows that occurred in the community of Pelican Narrows, on Monday, September 8, 2014.  In the hours following the incident, police arrested another adult male from the community in relation to the death.  The circumstances surrounding the incident and leading up to the death are still under investigation.  No charges have been laid and police are not releasing the name of the victim at this time.

 

 

Onion Lake RCMP: Missing Female Youth: Kaylee Watchmaker

 

2014-09-08

3:15 p.m.

 

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Onion Lake RCMP continue to ask the public for their assistance in locating a missing 14-year-old female from Onion Lake. Initial reports were that Kaylee was with family; however, attempts to locate her have been unsuccessful. 

 

Anyone with information is asked to contact their local police service or the Onion Lake RCMP at (306) 344-5550.

 

 

The Battlefords Detachment - Municipal - Daily Report

 

2014 September 4 6:00 am - 2014 September 5 6:00 am

 

2014 September 5 1:30 pm

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Approximately 37 calls for service including but not limited to, 5 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbance complaints, 3 False Alarms, 3 Child Welfare/Family Act complaints, 5 Traffic investigation/complaints, 2 - 911 Act, 3 Items Lost/Found and 1 Mental Health Act.

 

2014-09-04

 

8:48 am – Complaint of theft from a motor vehicle overnight parked at an address on 110th Street. The vehicle doors had been left unlocked and items taken from inside.

 

12:40 pm – Complaint of a vehicle and fence being spray painted in the 1300 block of 108th Street within the past two days.

 

2:31 pm – Complaint of theft of bicycle from an address on 18th Street.

 

4:45 pm – Complaint of a vehicle being “egged” while parked on 114th Street.

 

5:39 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male on 101st Street, stumbling and harassing people for money. The male was arrested and lodged until sober.

 

7:01 pm – A 911 complaint regarding an argument that ensued between two young brothers over who got to jump on the family trampoline first. Members attended and mediated.

 

9:14 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male who was banging on the complainant’s door and would not leave. The male was arrested and lodged until sober.

 

9:43 pm – Complaint from a local business of an intoxicated male inside the store. Members attended and arrested the male lodging until sober.

 

9:50 pm – Complaint of a shoplifter at a local business, Members attended and arrested the female releasing for court soon after.

 

On September 4, 2014 a piece of surveying equipment was turned into The Battlefords RCMP.  The owner can claim this item by attending the detachment and providing a description and/or bringing any documentation to confirm ownership.

 

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE BICYCLE THAT WAS LOCATED EARLIER THIS WEEK HAS BEEN RETURNED TO THE RIGHTFUL OWNER.

 

 

Humboldt RCMP - Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision on Hwy # 6

 

2014-09-08

11:20

 

On September 6, 2014 at 5:40 pm Humboldt RCMP along with Watson & Leroy Fire Dept  and Watson EMS were dispatched to a single vehicle collision on Hwy # 6 approxiately 10 km's south of Watson, SK. A Chev 2500 truck which was towing a motor home and a boat, lost control while travelling south on the highway. The truck entered the west ditch, spun around and rolled onto the driver's side of the truck. From the initial investigation, it is believed that the driver lost control of the truck as a result of a tire blowing on the motor home being towed.  The 45 year old male driver from Regina who was trapped in the vehicle, had to be extricated by the Fire depts  and was pronounced dead at the scene. The female passenger was transported by ambulance to the Lanigan hospital with undetermined injuries and the other male passenger was examined at scene and released. The cause of the accident is still under investigation with the assistance of an RCMP Collision Analyst and an autopsy has been ordered by the Office of the Chief Coroners.

 

 

 

Melville Detachment Mischief files

 

2014-08-02                                         Melville  RCMP Detachment

 

Mischief to Motor Vehicle

 

 

RCMP Melville Detachment is requesting the public's assistance locating the person(s) that are responsible for mischief done two motor vehicles in Lemberg, Saskatchewan. Between 8:00 PM on August 29, 2014, and 9:00 AM on August 30, 2014, a tire on a black GMC Sierra pickup truck was deflated and the driver’s side window broken. The driver’s side window of a Toyota Matrix parked on the same property was broken as well. The vehicles were parked beside a house on the 100 block of Martin Street in Lemberg, Saskatchewan.

 

On September 1, 2014, it was discovered that the same truck was damaged a second time. On August 31, 2014, at approximately 11:15 PM the suspect(s) entered onto the property and keyed the passenger side of the truck and broke the passenger side window.

 

 

Mischief to Motor Vehicle

 

 

RCMP Melville Detachment is requesting the public's assistance locating the person(s) that are responsible for mischief done to a motor vehicle near Grayson, Saskatchewan. Following a pit party on a property approximately 2 miles Southeast of Grayson, Saskatchewan, on August 31, 2014, a white Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck was damaged extensively. The truck was parked on a gravel road near the fire of the party and was discovered damaged the following afternoon. The rear view mirrors of the vehicle were damaged and the vehicle was scratched along the passenger side and hood. A rock was used to smash the windshield and the rear passenger window of the truck. A piece of 4x4 lumber was thrown through a rear window and several small rocks were thrown at the front driver’s side window.

 

Police are asking the public to keep their eyes open for this sort of activity and gather as much information from the suspects or vehicle as possible. If you have any information about this or any other crime, please contact Melville RCMP at (306)728-1700 or you may call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), through SaskTel Mobility Network at *8477, or submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com where you can also view information on other unsolved crimes.

 

 

 

RCMP Turtleford & St. Walburg - ATV awareness message

 

2014-09-08

9:50 am

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Due to an increased number of complaints, St-Walburg, Turtleford and surrounding RCMP detachment areas would like to remind the public about the laws associated with the All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV) Act.

An ATV - which includes quads, dirt bikes and off-road utility vehicles - is a vehicle designed for off-road use only.

To operate an ATV in any public areas, a person must be at least 16 years old, and hold a valid driver's license. Those who are between the ages of 12 and 15 can operate an ATV in public areas if they are supervised by someone who has a valid driver's license, or who has passed an approved ATV training course. A child under the age of 12 cannot operate an ATV in public areas.

An ATV has restrictions on where it can be operated. They can be operated on Crown land or highway right-of-ways, such as ditches. ATVs cannot be operated on any street, road or highway, or for crossing a bridge, unless it is authorized by the Highway Traffic Board or a local bylaw. To operate an ATV on private land, you must first have the permission of the land owner. It is illegal to operate an ATV while impaired by drugs or alcohol, even when doing so on private land. Also, driving in a manner that is dangerous to the public is illegal. These are criminal offences that can result in criminal charges, seizure of the A TV and the loss a driver's license.

If you are found on public land by police, you must provide proof of insurance. Every rider MUST wear an approved helmet and appropriate protective riding gear. Every person who authorizes or permits another person to operate an ATV in contravention of any provision of this Act or the regulations; or without complying with any provision of this Act or the regulations is guilty of an offence against this Act.

 

You may wish to view the Saskatchewan ATV Act further at:

 

http://www.publications.gov.sk.ca/details.cfm?p=369&cl=5

 

Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the Turtleford RCMP detachment. Phone - 306-845-4520 or RCMP F Division Communications Unit

306-780-3827

 

RCMP Yorkton Rural - Motor Vehicle Collision

 

2014-09-08

09:45 am

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On September 7, 2014 at 6:50 pm, Yorkton emergency services were dispatched to a motor vehicle collision 1km west of Yorkton on highway 52.  A 27 year old female driver and single occupant of a 2 door Chev Cobalt car travelling east bound crossed the centre line colliding head on with a semi-truck and trailer west bound.  The driver of the car was transported to Yorkton hospital and then airlifted to Regina by STARS.  The driver of the semi-truck was not injured.  RCMP Traffic Analyst attended the scene and the cause of the collision is still under investigation.        

 

 

 

 

 

North Battleford RCMP - Daily Report

 

2014 September 5 6:00 am - 2014 September 8 6:00 am

 

2014 September 8 11:00 am

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Approximately 100 calls for service over noted three day period including 14 traffic complaints/minor collisions, 4 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 23 Municipal Bylaw/Disturbance complaints, 2 Fraud complaints, 4 Child Welfare/Family Agreement investigations, 2 Found Property complaints, 8 False Alarms.

 

2014.09.05

901 am - Graffiti to a picnic table on the 700 block of 102nd Street.

 

1210 pm - Report of ongoing harassment via text message.  Investigation ongoing.

 

150 pm - Report of an assault against two children under 12.  Investigation completed and a 33 year old woman is facing two counts of Assault.  She has since been released from custody and set to appear in court at a later date.  Her name will not be released to protect the identity of the two alleged victims in this matter.

 

515 pm - A 38 year old man and a 42 year old woman are facing charges of Possession of Marihuana for the purpose of Trafficking and Possession of Property obtained by Crime less than $5,000 after a vehicle stop on Highway 16 on the west side of city.  The 42 year old woman has also been charged with two counts of Failing to Comply with an undertaking.  Two other occupants of the vehicle were arrested but have since been released without charges. 

 

557 pm - Two vehicle collision near 15th Avenue and 100th Street.  Occupants from both vehicles transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  Initial investigation indicates one vehicle was struck by a second vehicle at intersection controlled by traffic lights.  Cause remains under investigation.

 

558 pm - Report of two missing youths from a group home.  Both returned home a short time after report.

 

739 pm - Youth attempted to steal a vehicle on 8th Avenue.  Owner was loading a truck for a weekend trip and found the youth attempting to drive vehicle away.  Youth was apprehending and held at scene by complainant and arrested by police.  12 year old has be

Organizations: Melfort Hospital, RCMP, Naicam Fire Department

Geographic location: Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Kinistino Sucker River Lac Vert La Ronge

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