Borden man charged with uttering threats against Prime Minister

Warman RCMP were involved in an investigation that resulted in the arrest of a man from Borden

A 34-year-old man from Borden is facing charges of uttering threats against the Prime Minister of Canada.
In March, 2017, New Brunswick RCMP notified the RCMP National Security Enforcement Section about alleged threats made by an adult male against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on social media. The file was linked to Saskatchewan and an investigation began.
As a result of the ongoing investigation, on May 24, 2017 around 5:30 p.m., 34-year-old Derek Hurrell from Borden, Saskatchewan was arrested without incident after members initiated a traffic stop on a roadway near Borden. Continue reading “Borden man charged with uttering threats against Prime Minister”

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RCMP investigate possible abduction in Warman

At approximately 9:15 p.m. on Tuesday May 23, 2017, Warman RCMP responded to a call of a 12-year-old male wandering on a range road just north-west of Warman. Shortly after the initial call, police received another call reporting the same youth missing from a local playground.

RCMP are now investigating the complaint as a possible abduction.

The youth was taken to hospital as a precaution and released shortly after.

Warman RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in reporting any suspicious activity, particularly in and around the Prairie Oasis park/playground area at Rigmor St. and 3rd Ave. South, or near the clean-fill disposal site on Range Road #3051 on the north-west edge of town. Police are particularly interested in speaking with the occupants of two pick-up trucks (one red, one white) that were spotted in the area of #3051 around that time to determine whether they witnessed anything. Continue reading “RCMP investigate possible abduction in Warman”

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Traffic check stops to be set up during long weekend

A lower speed limit is in place at the intersection of Highway 11 and Highway 305 north of Warman. Motorists are advised to exercise caution during the May long weekend

Police are encouraging motorists to drive with caution during the May long weekend, which is traditionally the official launch of summer travel in Saskatchewan. Highways typically see an increase in traffic and with that, an increase in serious collisions.

In order to make the weekend safer for all road users, the Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan unit (Central Region), along with the Saskatoon Police Service Traffic Unit, are teaming up to ensure that everyone gets to their destinations safely.

High visibility sobriety check stops are planned for each night of the long weekend both in the city of Saskatoon and surrounding highways. Continue reading “Traffic check stops to be set up during long weekend”

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