The forensic autopsy of the 29-year-old male that was located along Highway 11 north of Regina was conducted on April 9. It has been determined at this point in the investigation that foul play is not suspected. Continue reading “Foul play not suspected after body found north of Regina”
The Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan Unit (Central Region), along with members from the Craik and Lumsden RCMP detachments, will be conducting increased enforcement as well as checkstops to coincide with the Roughriders regular season home opener, on Saturday, June 27th.
Motorists traveling between Saskatoon and Regina can expect to see an increased police presence aimed at detecting and preventing impaired as well as distracted and aggressive drivers in order to ensure that all fans get to the game and back home safely. Fans traveling that route will also notice an increased police presence on game days throughout the 2015 season.
The Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan unit (Central Region) is made up of police officers from the RCMP and the Saskatoon Police Service working together to make Saskatchewan roads safer.