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SPS air support unit helps RCMP track down suspects

Two people from Saskatoon are facing robbery and drug charges after being apprehended by RCMP officers over the weekend.
On Saturday August 5, 2017 at approximately 11:30 p.m. the Martensville/Warman RCMP were on patrol near the community of Asquith when they noticed a suspicious pickup truck.
According to RCMP Sergeant Chris Cisecki, RCMP members attempted to stop the truck which fled through a ditch at a high rate of speed.
The Saskatoon Police Service’s Air Support Unit heard what was taking place and offered to assist.
The truck was located and followed into Saskatoon by the Air Support Unit until Saskatoon Police Service Patrol members stopped it.
Police investigators determined the truck was stolen out of North Battleford.
Two individuals were arrested and turned over to the Martensville/Warman RCMP for their investigation.
As a result, 32-year-old Jason Peter Chamberland of Saskatoon was remanded into custody for court this morning with charges of:
· Possession of Stolen Property Over $5000
· Fail to Comply With an Undertaking
· Possession of Methamphetamine
· Operation of a Motor Vehicle While being Pursued by Police
The other suspect, 36-year-old Davena Lee Parker of Saskatoon, was remanded into custody for court this morning with charges of:
· Possession of Stolen Property Over $5000
· Possession of Methamphetamine
The investigation is ongoing. Martensville/Warman RCMP extends thanks to the Saskatoon Police Service for their prompt assistance.

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