Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — June 19, 2014

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

 

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Watrous RCMP

2014-06-19

10:00 pm

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at approximately 5:30 p.m., Watrous RCMP responded to a complaint of a beaver that was walking down Main Street in Watrous, Saskatchewan.

 

After attending to the scene and locating the beaver which was suffering from multiple injuries, the member on-scene euthanised it using his service pistol to prevent further prolonged suffering. Investigation has revealed that an adult male had attempted to kill the beaver and was actively trying to cut its tail off.  The beaver was seriously injured but was not dead at the time that the RCMP member located it

 

Investigators believe that the beaver was being sought as a part of the Beaver Control Program which is in effect in the RM of Morris #312 (includes the community of Watrous).

The male has been charged with:

 

Hunting within 500 meters of a building without the building owner’s permission, section 13(2) of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Regulations Act. The voluntary payment option is a $480.00 fine.

 

The investigation into this matter is ongoing.

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La Loche RCMP

2014-06-19

9:30 pm

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, La Loche RCMP were looking for two adult males who are from the community.  They were being sought in relation to an incident which had occurred previously.  One of the males had outstanding warrants for his arrest.

At approximately 3:30 p.m., La Loche members located both males in the community of La Loche. During an attempt to arrest them, they fled on foot from police, eventually physically entering Lac La Loche Lake.  They refused to comply with the lawful directions from police and remained in the water which was approximately up to their waist deep.

La Loche RCMP employed their police boat to assist in effectively forcing the two males back to shore, into the hands of waiting RCMP members.  Both males were arrested and taken into custody without injury to themselves or the police.

A 22-year-old male and a 26 year old male are now facing charges of Resist Arrest in addition to the outstanding charges that they were originally being sought for.

This is an excellent example of how no matter how far someone goes to avoid apprehension by police, the Mountie always gets their man!

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La Ronge RCMP

2014-06-19

8:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, at approximately 3:31 a.m., La Ronge RCMP were called to a complaint of a robbery outside a business on La Ronge Avenue in the community of La Ronge, Saskatchewan.

Investigation has revealed that an adult male was leaving the business after a work shift. While opening his vehicle trunk, he was approached by a masked suspect holding a machete. The suspect reached into the male’s trunk and took a box of electronics and fled on foot.

The adult male was not injured during the incident. The estimated value of the stolen goods is approximately $500.00.

If you have information about this or any other crime, please contact La Ronge RCMP at 306-425-6730 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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Deschambault Lake RCMP

2014-06-19

3:10 p.m.

 

On Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at approximately 7:00 p.m., a member of Deschambault Lake RCMP was conducting a traffic stop on Kistapiskaw street in the community of Deschambault Lake when he noticed smoke coming from a nearby residence.

 

Several individuals outside the residence were waving their arms to get the member’s attention. The residence was on fire and they believed one person was still inside. The member carefully entered the residence, realizing that the back of the home was fully engulfed in flames and there was a significant amount of thick smoke.

 

The member located a 21-year-old female from Deschambault Lake who was asleep on a couch in the front of the residence. He was able to wake the female and get her safely out of the house.

 

Once outside, the member was told that there may be children still inside the home. He entered the residence again, but the heat was too intense to search the home. Thankfully, the children were located safely outside the home a short time later.

 

The residence was completely destroyed, but the Deschambault Lake fire service team was able to assist in keeping the fire from spreading to other residences in the area. The 21-year-old female is not the owner of the home.

 

Deschambault Lake RCMP and an RCMP fire scene examiner from Battlefords RCMP continue to investigate the cause of the fire.

 

 

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F Division RCMP

2014-06-19

12:00 p.m.

 

On June 10, 2014, the Meadow Lake RCMP Detachment Commander was removed

from command and suspended with pay, pending the results of an internal

code of conduct investigation into allegations of inappropriate

workplace behaviour.  He is a senior member of the RCMP at the staff

sergeant rank.

 

As with all investigations, the RCMP will not be releasing the name of

the member who is the subject of the internal code of conduct

investigation unless the process leads to a formal disciplinary

hearing.

 

RCMP members are subject to the same laws as all Canadian citizens. On-

and off-duty members are all governed by the RCMP Code of Conduct.

Matters of employee conduct are taken seriously.

 

It is important to note that an RCMP member is entitled to a fair and

due process throughout a Code of Conduct investigation and any ensuing

disciplinary process.

 

More information on the RCMP’s discipline process, including informal

and formal discipline, is available at

http://www.rcmp.gc.ca/disciplin/disc-pro-eng.htm.

 

 

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014 June 19 1100 am

Johnny GUNVILLE has been located by members.

 

743 pm - Report of missing youth from a group home. Johnny GUNVILLE, 15 last seen on Territorial Drive East. He is described as thin, 5'5", with blue eyes and curly blonde hair.

 

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Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE)

Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation (ICE)

Media Release

June 19, 2014

Operation Snapshot III

 

The Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit was involved in a multi-agency Canada wide investigative project-Operation Snapshot III. The operation was coordinated by the National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre (NCECC), a division of the Canadian Police Centre for Missing and Exploited Children/Behavioural Sciences Branch (CPCMEC/BSB) in Ottawa.

 

Project SNAPSHOT III, which ran from February 1 to May 27, involved ICE investigative Units from across Canada.

 

This proactive project focused on individuals utilizing file sharing networks where child sexual abuse media is disseminated, as well as any other networks where child exploitation occurs.

 

During SNAPSHOT III, the Saskatchewan ICE Unit initiated 15 investigations and executed 12 search warrants throughout the Province, and 33 Criminal Code charges were laid. Eleven persons have been charged at this time. Three cases will be followed up in the next couple weeks.

 

The following persons were identified and charged through the Project:

 

1. James Patrick LALONDE (July 23, 1978)

Zenin Park, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make Available Child Pornography

 

2. Kevin James LEIBEL (Nov 7, 1972)

Balgonie, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make Available Child Pornography

 

3. Todd Michael FITZPATRICK (July 28, 1973)

Moose Jaw, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make available Child Pornography

 

4. Ryan Christopher PALUMBO (September 25, 1986)

Yorkton, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make Available Child Pornography

 

5.  Gary Kevin NUSPL (April 24, 1965)

Neilburg, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Unlawfully in a dwelling

Theft under $5,000.00

Interception of private communications

Possession of Interception Devices

 

6.  Devon James KUPIEC (June 2, 1991)

Regina, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

 

7. Terrance WIGGINS (May 4, 1981)

Manor, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make Available Child Pornography

 

8. Russell Dennis WOLFE (March 6, 1959)

Saskatoon, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make Available Child Pornography

 

9.  Todd Jason STAPLES (February 23, 1984)

Pierceland, Sask

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

Make Available Child Pornography

 

10. Paul Anthony BURKE (June 8, 1981)

Saskatoon, Sk

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

 

11. Trevor Frank HARRISON (October 23, 1966)

Saskatoon, Sk

Charged:

Accessing Child Pornography

Possession of Child Pornography

 

Numerous computers and media devices were seized and thousands of images/videos will be examined for court purposes.  At this time, we do not believe there is any association between any of the charged persons.

 

The Saskatchewan ICE Unit continues to work collaboratively with the various municipal police departments, RCMP detachments and outside agencies throughout the Province as we investigate offenders who continue to exploit our children through the use of the Internet.

 

The Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit is an Integrated Unit comprised of members from the RCMP, Prince Albert Police Service, Saskatoon Police Service and the Regina Police Service.

 

The Saskatchewan ICE Unit is funded by the Provincial Government and with their continued financial backing and support we have been able to achieve the level of training and expertise required in investigating these types of offenses.

 

The Saskatchewan ICE Unit consists of eight investigators and four Forensic technicians situated throughout the Province and have offices in Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Regina.

 

Our mandate is to reduce Internet facilitated child sexual exploitation by identifying victimized children and investigating and assisting in the prosecution of sexual predators who are utilizing the Internet to prey upon children.

 

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014 June 18 6:00 am - 2014 June 19 6:00 am

 

2014 June 19 730 am

 

Just under 30 calls for service/occurrences reported, including 6 Traffic related complaints, 2 False Alarms, 2 False/Nuisance 911 calls,

 

2014.06.18

1233 pm - Complaint of two intoxicated individuals causing a disturbance on 101st Street.  51 year old man and a 36 year old woman arrested and held in custody until sober.

 

243 pm - 17 year old youth arrested on 106th Street for outstanding warrants and facing two new charges of Breach of Probation after being found under the influence of narcotics at time of arrest.

 

245 pm - Report of a fraud from pervious month.  Few details available at this time, investigation ongoing.

 

246 pm - Two vehicle collision on Highway 4 North.  Minor injuries reported by occupants.  Both vehicles sustained minor damage but were able to be driven away from scene.  Cause remains under investigation.

 

331 pm - A 44 year old man and 41 year old woman arrested for Public Intoxication by patrolling members, located on 101st Street.

 

334 pm - 21 year old male arrested and charged with Assault after members called to a residence on 109th Street through 911 on a report of a domestic violence matter which had just occurred.  Male is also facing one count of Failing to Comply with conditions of an Undertaking.

 

343 pm - Report of a van on 102nd Street swerving to purposely strike and kill a cat.  No description of van provided.

 

435 pm - Two vehicle collision in the drive through lane of a restaurant on Railway Avenue East.  One vehicle sustained significant damage and had to be towed from scene.  One vehicle rear-ended the other while in drive through.

 

555 pm - Report of an argument/altercation going on between two people on 108th Street.  Subjects all spoken to and confirmed safe.

 

743 pm - Report of missing youth from a group home.  Johnny GUNVILLE, 15 last seen on Territorial Drive East.  He is described as thin, 5'5", with blue eyes and curly blonde hair.

 

856 pm - A lawn mower reported stolen in last 30 minutes from a yard on St Laurent Drive.

 

947 pm - Members notified of a subject on warrant status in a home on Diefenbaker Drive.  32 year old male arrested and facing three new charges of Failing to Comply with an Undertaking.  Outstanding warrants for Assault and Assault causing Bodily harm.  Subject remains in custody to appear in North Battleford Provincial Court on June 19th at 930 am.

 

1147 pm - Call of unknown male sleeping on sidewalk in front of a home on 97th Street.  28 year old male arrested and charged under the Liquor Act.

 

2014.06.19

115 am - 51 year old male arrested at a home on 106th Street after a cal of a male causing problems and intoxicated at residence.  Held in custody until sober.

 

235 am - Complaint of a vehicle driving on Highway 16 against traffic.  Located by members in the city still travelling in the wrong lane and stopped without issue.  The 36 year old female driver was arrested and is facing charges of Impaired Driving, Driving while over .08 and Driving without a license.

 

445 am - 911 call to a residence on 100th Street reporting someone with a hockey stick getting aggressive.  Complainant found to be very intoxicated, could or would not tell police who was at home or what had occurred.

Organizations: RCMP

Geographic location: 106th Street, 101st Street, 109th Street 102nd Street Railway Avenue East 108th Street North Battleford Provincial Court 97th Street 100th Street

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