Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — June 11, 2014

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



Punnichy RCMP




On June 10th, 2014, at approximately 5 pm, a resident of the Muskowekwan First Nations located what are believed to be human remains in a wooded area near his property.  The Punnichy RCMP were contacted and have secured the scene which is northeast of the village, in order for the investigation to be conducted.


The Office of the Chief Coroner, a Forensic Anthropologist, Yorkton Forensic Identification Section and the RCMP Major Crime Unit South are working to confirm the remains are human and positively identify them.



Saskatchewan RCMP


10:00 a.m.


On December 15, 2013, an off-duty member of the Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP Detachment received a complaint, at his home, from a server at a licensed establishment in Fort Qu’Appelle.  The server indicated there was an impaired adult male who she felt should not be driving.  The adult male is a serving member from the Fort Qu’Appelle Detachment who was off-duty at the time of the incident.  As a result of this complaint, the “F” Division General Investigation Section within the Major Crime Branch of the RCMP in Saskatchewan launched a criminal investigation.


As a result of the investigation, Alphonse Noey (DOC: 1967-11-05), of Fort Qu’Appelle, has been charged with one count of operating a motor vehicle while his ability to operate the vehicle was impaired by alcohol, section 253(1)(a) of the Criminal Code.  Alphonse Noey was served on May 30, 2014, and will make his first court appearance on June 12, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. in Fort Qu’Appelle.  In addition to the criminal charges, Alphonse Noey is the subject of a code of conduct investigation into the allegations.  Cst. Noey has been on administrative leave since May 5, 2014.


Due to the nature of the incident and the fact that it involved an RCMP member, we have taken steps to review the response to the initial complaint.  The RCMP takes these types of situations very seriously which is why the reviews have been initiated.


As with all investigations, the RCMP will not be releasing the names of the members who are the subject of the internal review.  If it is determined these employees contravened the Code of Conduct and informal disciplinary action is sufficient, this action is considered Personal Information as defined in Section 3 of the Privacy Act.  If it is determined that formal discipline is warranted then a formal disciplinary hearing is initiated. The results of these hearings are open to the public and are available upon request (not through a formal Access to Information and Privacy request).  If there are additional statutory charges, the name of the member will be released through a media release.



Maidstone RCMP

*This is a re-release of the collision. Our apologies if you did not receive the original as we were having issues with our email system.*




On Tuesday, June 10, at 12:33 p.m., Maidstone RCMP were called to a collision that occurred in the west-bound lane of Highway #16 at Lashburn, Saskatchewan.


RCMP responded and assisted Lashburn Fire Department and Lashburn Emergency Services personnel who were already on-scene. A car with two occupants, a 72-year-old female driver from Melfort and a 76-year-old male passenger from Melfort, entered Highway #16 in a merge lane traveling west-bound from Lashburn. As the car exited the merge lane and entered traffic, a semi tractor-trailer unit collided with the rear of the car. The two occupants from the car were removed from the vehicle and transported by EMS to Lloydminster Hospital with undetermined injuries. The 66-year-old male driver of the semi unit (from Lloydminster, AB.) was not injured.


Road and weather conditions at the time of the collision were good.  At the time of the collision, the west-bound lane at Lashburn was blocked with traffic diverted around the crash site, but has since been re-opened.


The investigation into the cause of the collision continues.



Rosthern RCMP

*This is a re-release of the ATV rollover. Our apologies if you did not receive the original as we were having issues with our email system.*



9:30 a.m.


On Sunday, June 8, 2014 at 8:30 p.m., Rosthern RCMP responded to an ATV rollover along the North Saskatchewan River in the Rural Municipality of Laird.


A 19-year-old female from the Hague area was the lone passenger on the back of the ATV when it stalled while traveling up a steep hill. Control was lost and the ATV rolled over backwards.


The female was pronounced dead at the scene. Her name is not being released at this time. The 23-year-old male driver was not injured.


Alcohol was not a factor in the rollover. Neither riders were wearing helmets.  Charges are not being considered.





Kelvington/Rose Valley RCMP


At 8:22 p.m. on Tuesday, June 10th, Ethan Kishayinew returned home on his own. Rose Valley RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance.

>>> Sandy Reed 2014/06/10 5:29 PM >>>

News Release


Missing Person from Rose Valley, SK

The Kelvington/Rose Valley RCMP and Crime Stoppers are seeking assistance from the public in finding a missing child that was reported missing from Rose Valley, SK. Ethan KISHAYINEW, 12 years old, was last seen in Rose Valley on Sunday the 8th of June. He has not returned home. It is believed that he may be hitchhiking to Saskatoon but his destination is not known. He has no identification with him. He is described as first nations, 5’6” tall, 130lbs, slim build, with brown eyes and now has very short black hair (army style).



North Battleford RCMP

2014 June 10 6:00 am - 2014 June 11 6:00 am


2014 June 11 730 am


Over 30 calls for service/occurrences reported, including 4 False Alarms, 3 False/Nuisance 911 calls, 4 Traffic matter, 6 Municipal Bylaw/Noise complaints,



1009 am - Assault reported on 110th Street, found to be a minor pushing incident in which alleged victim did not want pursued.  Both parties knew each other.


1102 am - Two 14 year old youths reported missing from a youth group home.  One returned on her own later in the afternoon.  As of this morning 14 year old male remains missing, Kyren Chad CAISSE is originally from Prince Albert, last seen wearing red jacket, black touque, black shoes with a red sole.  He is about 5'4" tall, with a thin build.


1155 am - Youth apprehended for shoplifting at a business on Thompson Crescent.


814 pm - Report of theft of three bikes from 1300 block of 110th Street.


930 pm - Loud party complaint on 103rd Street.  Two women ages 51 and 34 were arrested for Causing a Disturbance, found intoxicated near site of complaint and warning provided to property representative.


956 pm - A 37 year old man and a 34 year old woman arrested for after a complaint of disturbing the peace on 103rd Street.  Male also facing Liquor Act charges and female facing Noise Bylaw charges.



135 am - 40 year old man arrested for Public Intoxication, found staggering down 15th Avenue by patrolling members.


306 am - 34 year old man arrested and facing charges of Impaired Driving and Driver over .08 after vehicle stop on 100th Street.


557 am - Report of a vehicle entered while parked on 1400 block of 109th Street.


Organizations: RCMP, Prince Albert

Geographic location: 103rd Street, 110th Street, 15th Avenue 109th Street

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