Prince Albert Police Service had a steady weekend responding to 258 calls for service and arresting 44 people. Of the 44 people arrested, 17 of the arrests were made on people for being intoxicated in a public place. The top three calls for service were for intoxicated persons (27), disturbances (19) and unknown 9-1-1 (16).
Police Service Dog Febee
File # 2017-37702
In the early hours of Saturday October 28th, 2017; a suspect vehicle operated by the 36-year-old male attempted to evade police after officers initiated a vehicle stop to investigate a traffic act infraction. The suspect responded to the vehicle stop by driving aggressively in attempts to evade police who utilized stop sticks as a tactic to disable the suspect’s vehicle.
During the incident the suspect rammed a police vehicle causing a minor injury to the officer, the suspect continued to drive in a dangerous manner. A second patrol car was rammed during police efforts to end the incident. The suspect’s vehicle was immobilized South of Prince Albert on Highway 3 near Birch Hills. A male and female exited the suspect car and attempted to escape on foot, running into a field. A 25-year-old female was located by patrol members and arrested. PSD Febee located the male driver hiding from police in a slough.
The 36-year-old male driver is charged with Assault with a Weapon x3, Criminal Negligence Causing Bodily Harm, Operate a Motor Vehicle in a Manner Dangerous to Public Safety, Failing to Stop at the Scene of an Accident, Evading Police and Possession of Stolen Property x2 (Info # 991030064). The accused also had warrants for being unlawfully at large, dangerous driving, evading police and possession of stolen property.
A 25-year-old female from Regina is charged with Possession of Stolen Property x2 and Breach of Court Order (Info # 991030062).
Both accused made their first appearance in Provincial Court today.
The car involved in this incident was stolen out of Regina.
File # 2017-37804
Three males were arrested after evading police early Sunday morning.
On October 29, 2017 just before 2:30 a.m., while on patrol an officer attempted to pull over a car for a Traffic Safety Act investigation in the 1500 Block of Mcintosh Drive. The car evaded police, driving erratically at high rates of speeds for several blocks before losing control and crashing into a fence of a private residence in the 100 Block of Mcintosh Drive. Four males exited the car. Two males were apprehended immediately by police. One male was located by patrol members a short distance away from the incident. A fourth male was not located by police.
Police confirmed that the vehicle was not stolen and continue to investigate to determine who the driver was.
A 20-year-old male, 18-year-old male and 19-year-old male were all arrested and released. Police continue to look for a 16-year-old suspect who was also involved in this incident.
Police ask if you have information or witnessed this incident to contact Prince Albert Police Service at 306-953-4222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Sgt. Travis Willie