During the past week, from February 28th to March 7th, members of the Rosetown RCMP Detachment dealt with 9 calls of assistance to the general public, 2 Erratic Driving complaints, 3 False Alarm calls, and 2 False 911 calls.
On February 28th, members of the Rosetown Detachment executed a warrant on behalf of the Saskatoon Police Service. A 20-year-old Kindersley woman was arrested on outstanding Criminal Code charges and then released, at the request of Saskatoon Police Service, on her own Recognizance, for Court in Saskatoon on March 26.
Members of the Rosetown Detachment attended a domestic dispute in Rosetown on March 1st. Both involved parties have been charged with Assault, and make their first court appearance in Rosetown on March 28th.
Also on March 1st, members of the Rosetown Detachment received a complaint of a hit and run to a 2009 Ford Fusion while it was parked at the Tim Horton's in Rosetown. A newer black 2-ton pickup truck hit the Ford, causing approximately $2,500 of damage. Police are asking that anyone with information about this or any other crime, contact Rosetown RCMP or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers.
Members of the Rosetown Detachment received a complaint of a missing 48-year-old Rosetown man on March 2nd. The Provincial Search & Rescue team conducted an extensive search for the man on the weekend, to no avail. On Monday, March 4th, the missing man was located safe and sound in a Rosetown residence.
On March 4th, members of the Rosetown Detachment attended a break & enter to a trailer in the Fiske area. A laptop, tabletop scale & blue tooth speaker were stolen. Again, Police ask that anyone with information about this or any other crime, contact Rosetown RCMP or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers.
Members of the Rosetown Detachment also executed a warrant on behalf of Saskatoon Police Service on March 4th. A 51-year-old Rosetown man was arrested on outstanding fraud charges and then released, at the request of Saskatoon Police Service, on his own Recognizance, for Court in Saskatoon on March 27th.
Lastly, on March 5th, members of the Rosetown Detachment & Rosetown Traffic Services, along with Delisle & Rosetown Fire Departments, attended a two-vehicle collision on Highway 7 just west of Laura. An eastbound semi truck and trailer slowed down to 60kph for an emergency vehicle, which was on the shoulder of the highway with its lights flashing. The semi-truck/ trailer was rear-ended by an eastbound cube van. The 25-year-old driver of the cube van was injured and had to be airlifted by STARS to the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon with undetermined injuries. This matter is still under investigation.