Corman Park Police Service (CPPS) responded to a call at 9:50 a.m. on February 5 from an RM of Corman Park resident. The resident had notified the municipality’s pest control officer about an injured coyote on their property. The animal had to be euthanized due to its condition.

On February 5 at 11:08 a.m., CPPS received a complaint of a break-and-enter at a rural address on Range Road (RR) 3074. The caller advised that  unknown person(s) had cut the chain to the section of land. The owner of the property was out of the country and not available. The suspects entered the property, tore off the cover/face of the SaskPower box and did other damage consistent with attempting to steal copper wire.

On February 5, at 1:26 p.m., CPPS arrested a female youth suspect for assaulting a police officer following an arrest relating to fleeing the lawful custody of a detention facility. The suspect assaulted a CPPS officer by kicking him during the act of handcuffing and escorting to the police vehicle. The youth was booked into Saskatoon RCMP detachment cells and held overnight due to intoxication.

On February 6, around 2:06 a.m., CPPS assisted RCMP with a  priority break-and-enter in progress happening off Patience Lake highway and RR 3043. Police arrived on scene and arrested five suspects for break and enter. After some investigation, the suspects’ story was corroborated by a different party that was called and confirmed the  five had rented an Air BNB and were looking for the place they were staying.  RCMP laid a breach of condition charge, breach of curfew and an obstruction charge on a female for providing a false name to RCMP members. 

On January 26 at 10:05 p.m., CPPS received a call of a fire at a business in North Corman Park Industrial Park.  CPPS attended with the Saskatoon Fire Department where it was determined that smoke was coming from a conveyor belt. However, there was no fire. 

On January 28 at 5:52 a.m., CPPS received a call of an individual who had wandered onto a property south of Saskatoon. CPPS attended and located a male who was intoxicated and cold.  The male was transported to Royal University Hospital to assessed by medical staff.

On January 28 at 6:01a.m., DOCC broadcasted a priority call of a fight in Martensville where approximately 15 people were involved and one or two people had been stabbed. CPPS responded to assist with RCMP. While at the scene, a suspect male assaulted a female victim being treated by paramedics. He then resisted arrest and assaulted one of the responding CPPS officers. The suspect male was handcuffed and arrested, transported to the Saskatoon RCMP Detachment and lodged in cells. He was later released on Undertakings once sober to attend Saskatoon Provincial Court on March 21 to answer to the respective charges.

On January 30 at 11:35 p.m., CPPS responded with RCMP and the Martensville Fire Department to a business south of Martensville for a report of a fire. Upon arriving, a small fire was found, which was quickly extinguished by Martensville Fire. The fire was deemed non-suspicious.

On February 2 at 4:30 p.m., CPPS received a call about two missing dogs in the area of Township Road (TWP) 372 and RR 3074. CPPS posted a Facebook message about the two missing dogs, which were found a few hours later and reunited with their owner.