Saskatchewan RCMP Blotter — July 29, 2014

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

 

 

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Milestone RCMP

2014-07-29

3:20 p.m.

 

Further to the release sent out yesterday (attached below).  RCMP in Milestone have laid additional charges against 27 year old Stephanie Martens from Okotoks, Alberta.

 

Possession of Stolen Property - 3 counts in relation to license plates.

Possession of Stolen Property - 1 count in relation to personal identification.

 

The offences relate to items reported stolen out of Manitoba, Saskatchewan & Alberta.

 

Martens next scheduled court date is tomorrow morning in Regina.

 

Background:

 

2014-07-28

05:30 am

A 27 year old Okotoks, AB woman is facing several charges under the Criminal Code following a driving incident that occurred on Saturday, July 26th at approximately 10:00 a.m. throughout southern Saskatchewan.

Weyburn Police Service officers initially attempted to stop a 2014 Dodge Ram when it fled North on Highway 39 towards Milestone, SK.  Several motorists on that Highway reported via 911 that the driver was driving erratically and operating the vehicle at an extremely high rate of speed.  The speed was such that Weyburn Police Service as well as RCMP units dis-engaged from pursuing the vehicle.  An RV driver reported that their vehicle had been struck by this vehicle near the community of Milestone, damaging both vehicles.   As the vehicle sped North on Highway #39, RCMP White Butte, Regina Police Service as well as Moose Jaw RCMP were advised to be on the lookout for this vehicle as it might be heading in their direction.

A motorist reported to 911 that the vehicle was driving erratically and at a high rate of speed near the community of Wilcox, SK, heading West.  At this point, Moose Jaw RCMP positioned themselves near Drinkwater, SK and were set to deploy a spike belt if the vehicle was observed.  Following the sighting in Wilcox, after searching Highway #39 and several grid roads in the area, the vehicle was located abandoned next to “The Ruby” at the Corner Gas movie set in Roleau, SK (photo attached).  The vehicle had a cracked front windshield and the two side mirrors were missing.

Witnesses at the movie set assisted with information that led police a short distance away where the 27 year old female was arrested without incident and taken in to custody.  The vehicle was towed to the RCMP Forensic Identification Section in Regina where it has since been examined.  The vehicle was reported stolen out of Calgary with the license plate reported stolen out of Manitoba.

Stephanie MARTENS, 27 years old, from Okotoks, AB is facing numerous charges under the Criminal code, including:

Impaired Driving

Dangerous Driving (x3)

Failure to remain at the scene of a collision

Possession of Stolen Property (x2)

Flight from Police

MARTENS has been remanded and will appear in Regina Provincial Court on Monday morning, July 28th.

Numerous agencies assisted with this investigation including:  Weyburn Police Service, Moose Jaw City Police and the Regina Police Service.  Assisting RCMP detachments included White Butte, Milestone, Weyburn, Moose Jaw Detachment, Radville, as well as RCMP Traffic Services.  The RCMP Dog Services & the Forensic Identification Unit from Regina also assisted.  RCMP would also like to thank the numerous motorists who reported the incident and led police to where the truck & suspect were eventually located.

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Waskesiu/Montreal Lake RCMP

2014-07-29 1:45pm

 

On July 28th, 2014 the Waskesiu/Montreal Lake RCMP were called to a break & enter and mischief to the Montreal Lake Hockey Arena.  Extensive damage to the building was sustained. Several windows inside the lobby were broken, sheets of ice surface plexi-glass shattered, and majority of walls and ceilings were damaged. Suspects also threw paint on the floors, bleachers, and ice surface boards.

 

The police investigation have identified a total of 17 adults & youths responsible for the crime. They are all from Montreal Lake Cree Nation and are being interviewed. Currently one adult, 18 year old Daniel Bruce Henderson from Montreal Lake, Sask has been charged with the following: Break and enter Section 348 (1)(b) CC mischief over $5000. 00 Section 430 (3) CC, theft under $5000.00 Section 334 (b) CC, breach of Judge's Undertaking Section 145 (3) CC and Fail to Comply with Youth Sentence Order Section 137 of the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Henderson will be appearing in court July 30th, 2014 at 9:30 am in Prince Albert Provincial Court.

 

Five other youths ranging in ages 13-15 have also been charged in the incident. Due to the age of these youths, their names cannot be released as per the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

 

The RCMP is working alongside Montreal Lake Cree Nation Chief and Council, band members, youth workers, and child and family services in hopes of resolving this issue. The investigation is still on going.

 

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Prince Albert RCMP

2014-07-29

12:22 p.m.

 

On July 29, 51 year old Gordon Morris CRAIN of the Muskoday First Nation made his second court appearance in Prince Albert Provincial Court. Prince Albert RCMP in consultation with the Prince Albert Provincial Crown Prosecutors Office has laid four additional charges:

 

1- Count Criminal Negligence causing Death Section 220 of the Criminal Code

 

1- Count Criminal Negligence Causing Bodily Harm Section 221 of the Criminal Code

 

1- Count Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle Causing Bodily Harm Section 249(3) of the Criminal Code

 

1- Count Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle causing Bodily Harm Section 255(2) of the Criminal Code

 

This investigation is ongoing.

 

 

BACKGROUND

 

2014-07-27

 

1330 p.m.

 

On the July 26th at 7:09 p.m., Prince Albert RCMP received a call advising of a serious collision between a cyclist and a motor vehicle on Highway # 3 near the Muskoday Bridge. Prince Albert RCMP attended. Parkland Ambulance and the Muskoday First Nation Fire Department were already on scene. An 11-year-old male youth was riding his bicycle with a group of other youth along the side of the highway was struck and seriously injured. He was transported to the Victoria Hospital for treatment. He succumbed to the injuries in hospital. None of the other youth were injured.

 

Prince Albert RCMP arrested a 51-year-old adult male driver at the scene for Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle Causing Death as well as Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle causing Death. The male is being held in custody pending his first appearance in court in Prince Albert Provincial Court Monday morning.

 

RCMP Collision Analyst, Tisdale RCMP Forensic Identification Specialist, and the Prince Albert RCMP General Investigation Section (GIS) attended the scene to assist in investigating this incident.

 

The investigation is currently ongoing. More information will be released once it becomes known.

 

 

 

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Nipawin RCMP

July 25, 2014

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Nipawin RCMP executed a search warrant in the Town of Nipawin following a three month investigation which was assisted by Saskatchewan Safe Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) and the Prince Albert Integrated Street Team.  As a result of the search warrant charges of Trafficking Morphine and Possession of Morphine for the Purpose of Trafficking have been laid on 59 year old James Nordick of Nipawin, Saskatchewan.

Nordick will make first appearance at Nipawin Provincial Court on September 10, 2014.

 

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North Battleford RCMP

2014 July 28 6:00 am – 2014 July 29 6:00 am

 

2014 July 29 730 am

 

Approximately 30 calls for service/occurrences reported including 3 false/nuisance 911 calls, 1 false alarm

 

2014-07-28

 

824 am – Complaint that a vehicle had been damaged sometime over the weekend. The driver’s window was smashed and change taken from within.

 

837 am – Complaint from a local business that a vehicle parked in their lot had been damaged. The passenger side window had been broken, nothing taken from within.

 

1059 am – 911 call to a residence on a 101st Street advising a youth was causing problems at the residence by arguing with her mother.

 

1100 am – Members were asked to attend the scene of a sudden death – apparent cardiac arrest.

 

1154 am – Complaint received that a female was attempting to harm herself. Members attended and apprehended the female under the Mental Health Act and escorted her to BUH.

 

122 pm – Complaint received that a male was operating a motor vehicle with a 2 year old child unrestrained in the vehicle. Patrols were made and the vehicle could not be located.

 

316 pm – Motor Vehicle Collision reported in the 1900 block or 100th Street involving two vehicles resulting in property damage and minor injuries.

 

336 pm – A local business reported an intoxicated male outside their establishment, same located by members, arrested and lodged until sober.

 

459 pm – Complaint of harassment via text message.

 

504 pm – Third party complaint of an assault. Investigation ongoing.

 

645 pm – Complaint of break, enter and theft at an address on 103rd Street. Investigation ongoing.

 

701 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male walking around naked at an address on 107th Street, he was asked to leave by the complainant but would not. Members attended, arrested, obtained clothing for and lodged the male until sober.

 

712 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male who would not leave an address on 105th Street. Members attended, arrested and lodged the male until sober.

 

733 pm – Complaint of property damage at an address on 105th Street. An intoxicated female broke the front door to the residence when asked to leave the residence. The female was located, arrested and lodged until sober.

 

828 pm – Complaint of a possible break and enter at an address on 109th Street. Members attended and learned that the male at the address was looking for the previous occupant to the residence. No break and enter and the male left the premise.

 

1005 pm – Local business called to advise that they required police assistance as a 9 year old boy was at the location needing a ride home as his friends left him all alone. A member attended and drove the boy and his bicycle home.

 

1015 pm – Complaint of an intoxicated male causing problems at a residence on 105th Street. Members attended, arrested and lodged the male until sober.

 

2014-07-29

 

1203 am – Complaint of an intoxicated male on 14th Avenue. Male was located and arrested for breaching his no-alcohol conditions.

 

218 am – Complaint of suspicious persons in the area of 1300 block of 99th Street; patrols made, nobody located.

 

315 am – Complaint of a suspicious male in the 800 block of 106th Street. Male located and arrested for breaching his no-alcohol conditions and outstanding warrants.

 

345 am – 4 suspects going through vehicles on 93rd Street.  Suspects described as 2 males and 2 females of unknown age.

 

500 am – Report of 3 suspicious females who appear to be checking out vehicles on 93rd Street.  Patrols of area negative.

 

 

Organizations: RCMP, Prince Albert Integrated Street Team

Geographic location: Nipawin, 105th Street, 101st Street 100th Street 103rd Street 107th Street 93rd Street 109th Street 14th Avenue 99th Street 106th Street

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