On February 10 at 10:33 p.m. Corman Park Police Sercvice (CPPS) was informed  of a suspicious truck with a burnt-out headlight and burnt-out taillight driving southbound on Highway 12 from Hepburn.

CPPS located the vehicle on Highway 12 near Highway 305 and the driver was found to be suspended. The passenger was found to have a warrant for a traffic offence and a Conditional Sentence Order condition of “Stay inside your approved residence from 10 p.m. each night to 7 a.m. the next morning…”. He was arrested for his outstanding warrants and breaching his CSO, then transported to the Saskatoon RCMP detachment.

On February 12 at 10:40 p.m., DOCC broadcasted a priority call of a male overdosing at the Travel Inn. CPPS and Saskatoon RCMP members responded and administered NarCan which revived the male. His girlfriend advised police that they had been using fentanyl. The male was subsequently transported to St. Paul’s Hospital for treatment.

On February 12 at 4:12: p.m., CPPS executed a traffic stop on Township Road 362 east of Valley Road. The driver was found to be wanted out of Saskatoon Police Service (SPS)  on a warrant and was subsequently placed under arrest. A search of his person found a quantity of crack cocaine, along with prescription pills that did not belong to him. A records check revealed the suspect has a history of drug and violent offences. The investigation is ongoing.

On February 14 at 7:30 p.m., CPPS was alerted to a Ford Mustang by an Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) hit, indicating that a person who was associated with the vehicle had multiple warrants. CPPS conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and the passenger was subsequently arrested for warrants of fail to comply with a release order X 2, impaired operation, exceed 80mg%, and fail to appear.  The accused was transported to Saskatoon RCMP detention and held for court in the morning.

On February 19 at 12:07 a.m., dispatch informed members of a disturbance at the Travel Inn for a male damaging vehicles in the parking lot. CPPS was in the area, and attended with Saskatoon RCMP. The male causing the disturbance was found at the front entrance. Travel Inn staff said they had taken a Vodka bottle away from him shortly before police arrived. Subject presented intoxicated and uncooperative with police, and was arrested for drunk in public. He was placed in cells to sober up, to be released in the morning without charges.

On February at 5:40 p.m., CPPS observed a Nissan Rogue driving south on Highway 219 near Township Road 350A. A traffic stop was conducted to check for valid driver’s license after receiving an ALPR hit. The passenger was found to have a condition not to have any contact with the driver as per court order. He was arrested for breaching his conditions and was released on Appearance Notice for a later court date.