It was a very busy week for the Rosetown and Kyle RCMP from February 9 to 15. Things started off with a complaint of a suspicious vehicle in Wiseton on February 9. Members patrolled the area but found no suspicious activity. On the same day, police received a request for a wellbeing check in Rosetown, SK. Members spoke to the subject of complaint. The busy start to the week continued an erratic driver complaint on Highway 7. Members were unable to locate the vehicle.

Moving onto February 10, there was a dog complaint in Beechy, SK. Members spoke to the complainant and nothing further was required. 

The next day saw a family dispute in Zealandia, SK. Members attended and a 54-year-old male was transported to Rosetown Hospital for assessment. The busy February 11 continued with a report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway 7 near Harris, SK. There were no injuries, and it was reported for insurance purposes. Members then provided assistance to a stranded driver on Highway 7 as well. The day concluded with a complaint of a two vehicle collision on Highway 7 near McGee, SK. Members attended and a 42-year-old male from Saskatoon, SK was airlifted to Saskatoon Hospital for assessment.

The busy week continued with a complaint of harassing communications in Elrose, SK. on February 12. The matter is still under investigation. Also noted on the 12th was a report of a motor vehicle collision on Highway 4 near Sask Landing. There were minor injuries.

Moving onto the 13th, three calls were noted. Things started off with a report of mischief in Rosetown, SK. Members spoke to the subjects of complaint. Then there was another complaint of harassing communications in Rosetown, SK. Members determined there was no harassment and nothing further was required. The day wrapped up with another report of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near Zealandia, SK. Members spoke to the driver and was given a verbal warning.

The week wrapped up with three calls on Valentine's Day. First up was yet another a complaint of harassing communications. There was insufficient evidence to proceed. Then there was a report of cargo trailer on fire on in Rosetown, SK. Members attended along with Rosetown Fire Department who extinguished the fire which was not suspicious in nature. The week finally wrapped up with one more complaint of an erratic driver on Highway 7 near McGee, SK. Members located the vehicle and issued the driver a traffic ticket.

There were also 34 Traffic related charges issued, one 911 miss-dial call and one false alarm call during the week.

Police are asking anyone with information about these or any other crime(s) to please contact the Rosetown RCMP at 306-882-5700, Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at