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North Battleford RCMP
2014 July 15 600 am - 2014 July 16 600 am
2014 July 16 730 am
Over 30 calls for service/occurrences reported, including 1 False/Nuisance 911 call, 5 Traffic complaints/occurrences, 2 False Alarms, 4 Municipal Bylaw/Noise complaints.
1052 am - Call of two guests at a hotel causing issues. One male arrested on outstanding warrants and since released. Second 19 year old male found to be in violation of conditions to abstain from alcohol and drugs, arrested and charged.
452 pm - Fraud related to a cheque reported, suspect accused of modifying to money payable.
618 pm - 44 year old male arrested and charged with Failing to Comply with Undertaking, found very intoxicated by members on 101st Street.
621 pm - Report of an intoxicated person walking into traffic on north end of city. Subject not located.
722 pm - Report of a youth with a colourful beanie on his head running through back alleys on 108th Street, chasing after two other boys and carrying something in his hand. Second call of that now boys are in a different yard and now have sticks and there is sounds of loud fighting. Nothing located in area. Several persons in area spoken to did not see or hear anything.
800 pm - Front counter complaint of uttering threats. All parties involved known to each other. Investigation ongoing.
854 pm - 17 year old female reported missing since previous day by her mother. Police phoned the youth's phone and spoke to her and she advised where she was and that she had just spoken to her mother on the phone several minutes earlier. This was confirmed with complainant.
1011 pm - Report of ongoing problems with harassment.
1056 pm - 20 year old woman arrested for Public Intoxication on 113th Street.
1140 pm - Vehicle stop on Highway 16 Bypass. Driver arrested on suspicion of Impairment by Drugs. Investigation ongoing.
444 am - Members called to a business on Territorial North, person in parking lot who appeared to have been assaulted. Very intoxicated female located on scene, another call also received of same person causing a disturbance at a home. Subject arrested for public intoxication and investigation ongoing.
Punnichy RCMP was called to a single motor vehicle collision on Sunday, June 13, 2014 at approximately 3:00 a.m.
Investigation has revealed that a pickup truck was traveling east on a grid road on the Kowacatoose First Nation when the driver lost control and the vehicle entered the ditch. The truck spun around and hit an embankment, landing upright on its wheels. All three occupants of the truck were ejected.
The 44-year-old female driver from the Kowacatoose First Nation and the 22 year-old female passenger from Saskatoon were transported by Lestock EMS to Wynyard Hospital with undetermined injuries. A second female passenger, 29-year-old Ramona Assoon of the Kowacatoose First Nation, who was sitting behind the driver, was pronounced deceased at the scene.
RCMP Traffic Analyst attended from Yorkton and an autopsy has been ordered by the office of the Chief Coroner.
The occupants of the vehicle were not wearing seatbelts. Alcohol is considered to be a factor in the collision. Punnichy RCMP, as well as the Office of the Chief Coroner, continue to investigate.
On Wednesday, July 9, 2014, Biggar RCMP charged a 63-year-old male from Biggar, Saskatchewan, with driving without due care and attention, section 213(1) of the Traffic Safety Act. The male was driving a school bus that was involved in a collision which resulted in the death of 39-year-old female from the Biggar area on February 3, 2014.
He will make his first court appearance in Biggar Provincial Court on August 6, 2014.
Once the RCMP investigation was complete it was referred to Crown Council for opinion and the charge was laid.