UNITY SK REPORTS
RCMP received a report of fraud. This matter is still under investigation.
There was a report of a stolen bicycle. The bicycle was not located and there are no suspects at this time.
Police received a complaint of public mischief. This matter is still under investigation.
A member spoke with an individual who complained about an incorrect amount charged on his VISA card. This was not a police matter.
RCMP received a complaint of disturbing the peace. The subjects of complaint were located by police and warned.
Police received a complaint of fraud. The information was sent to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.
RCMP attended a complaint of assault with a weapon. The subjects of complaint had fled the scene and members asked Lloydminster RCMP for assistance in locating the suspect’s vehicle. Lloydminster RCMP located the vehicle and four males between the ages of 22 and 28 were charged with: break and enter; and committing an assault with a weapon. One of the males was also charged with weapons’ possession contrary to order, failing to surrender authorization and with unauthorized possession of a restricted weapon. A fifth male, a 21-year-old Unity man, has been arrested and is in custody in relation to this event.
There was a complaint of the theft of a truck at Suffern Lake but it was unfounded.
RCMP received a report of an intoxicated male in a residence in Denzil, Saskatchewan. The complainant did not want the man in her house and requested that he be removed but did not want to lay any charges. Members arrested the male and released him to a family member.
Police received a request to locate a missing person. The individual was located by police.
Persons with information about crimes being committed in the Unity/Wilkie/Macklin areas are urged to call the Unity RCMP detachment at 306-228-6300; the Wilkie RCMP at 306-843-3480; or the Macklin RCMP at 306-753-2171. If you wish to remain anonymous, you may also call Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or *8477 on the SaskTel Mobility Network. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,000 for information which leads to the arrest of person(s) responsible for any serious crime. Crime Stoppers is anonymous and does not subscribe to call display, nor are your calls traced or recorded.
You can also submit a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.