A 23-year-old Alberta man is facing 10 charges in Saskatchewan following an arrest last month in Wilkie.

Raven Beaverbones of Red Deer Ab., was arrested by Unity RCMP on January 21, 2019, after officers received an earlier report of a suspicious vehicle in Landis. Officers used a spike-belt after Beaverbones refused to stop for police and fled the scene.

RCMP officers reported that Beaverbones drove the truck until the rim wore off and the truck got stuck, after which, he fled on foot before he was taken into custody.

Beaverbones was charged with dangerous driving, being in possession of a stolen truck and having property that was stolen from various locations across Alberta over the last three months.

Officers also reported that during the time of Beaverbones arrest, he had 14 outstanding warrants from British Columbia for similar offences and the province has extended the radius of their warrants for the return of Beaverbones.

Beaverbones was scheduled to appear in Provincial Court yesterday in North Battleford, West Central Online will provide updates as details become available.

The Unity, Wilkie and Macklin RCMP also released the following, outlining the calls for service for the week ending February 4, 2019:

• RCMP received a report of horses in a pasture near Denzil with no food, water or shelter. Members attended and spoke with the subjects of complaint. Animals appeared healthy.
• A 60-year-old male from the Tramping Lake area was charged with Impaired Operation of a Motor Vehicle and Refusal to Comply with Breath Demand during a traffic stop after RCMP received a complaint of impaired operation of a motor vehicle. The vehicle driver was also issued a liquor ticket.
• Police received a report of a missing person. The subject of complaint was located by police in another area.
• Members acted as mediators in a family disagreement.
• A 34-year-old Unity male was charged with Assault and Uttering Threats after Members received a complaint of assault.
• RCMP received a complaint of theft in a rural area near Senlac. This matter is still under investigation.
• Police received a complaint of a break and enter at an oil well site near Denzil. This matter is still under investigation.
• There were also two traffic complaints.

• RCMP received a complaint of theft from a rural area north of Wilkie but there was insufficient evidence to proceed.
• CN Police reported a train blocking a railway crossing in a rural area near Wilkie. Reported for information purposes.
• Police received a report of an individual attempting to gain access to a residence but it was unfounded.
• A 51-year-old Wilkie male was charged with Assault and Mischief after Members received a complaint of assault.
• There was also one false alarm and one false 911 call.

• RCMP received a report of a single vehicle collision west of Evesham. The vehicle driver was transported by Emergency Medical Services to Provost Hospital and then to the University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton with non-life threatening injuries. This matter is still under investigation.
• Police received a complaint of an individual in a residence yard. The subject of complaint was no longer in the area and complainant did not have a description of the suspect.
• Member conducted a wellbeing check at the request of a family member.

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