Clark's Crossing Gazette

Saskatchewan RCMP weekly report June 6 to 12, 2022Free Access

Weekly Report: Monday, June 6 to Sunday, June 12, 2022, inclusive.

Please note all information below occurred within the time period above, unless otherwise noted.

Saskatchewan RCMP – Your Provincial Police Service

  • A reminder to the public: Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan (CTS Sask) is comprised of officers from Saskatchewan RCMP and other municipal police services including: Prince Albert Police Service, Regina Police Service, Moose Jaw Police Service, Weyburn Police Service, Estevan Police Service, and Saskatoon Police Service. The public may see CTS Sask police vehicles from any of these jurisdictions conducting roadside enforcement in their community!


Investigative Recap


  • June 6: At approximately 4:30 p.m., Yorkton RCMP received a report of a possible impaired driver on Tupper Avenue. Officers located the vehicle, which was parked. The vehicle reversed, then collided with a police vehicle. It then drove away in an erratic manner, nearly hitting several police officers. Shortly after, the vehicle was disabled and no longer driveable. The driver was arrested. Investigation determined the vehicle has been reported as stolen from Kamsack earlier in the day.


As a result, Dezaray Quewezance, 37, from Yorkton is charged with: 1 count, flight from police, Section 320.17, Criminal Code; 1 count, possession of property obtained by crime, Section 354(1)(a), Criminal Code; 4 counts, assault on police officer, Section 270.01(2), Criminal Code; 1 count, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, Section 320.13(1), Criminal Code; 1 count, operation while prohibited, Section 320.18, Criminal Code; 1 count, failure to stop after an accident, Section 320.16(1), Criminal Code; 2 counts, mischief over $5,000, Section 430(3), Criminal Code, 1 count, operation while impaired, Section 320.14(1)(a), Criminal Code; and 1 count, operation over .08, Section 320.14(1)(b), Criminal Code.

She was slated to appear in Yorkton Provincial Court on June 13.













  • June 10: Shortly after 1:00 a.m. Prince Albert RCMP responded to a report of a stabbing at a residence on Sturgeon Lake First Nation. The adult male victim was transported to hospital by STARS for treatment of what were described as serious injuries. Prince Albert RCMP continue to investigate this incident. No charges are laid.



  • June 11: At 3 a.m., La Ronge RCMP located an injured male beside Highway #2 near Curtiss Street in Air Ronge. The male was taken to hospital with serious injuries. Investigation determined the male may have been struck by a vehicle and La Ronge RCMP asks anyone with information to call the detachment at 306-425-6730. The investigation continues.



  • June 11: At approximately 6:15 a.m., Turtleford RCMP received a report of a single vehicle rollover on Highway #26, south of Turtleford. The driver, a 25-year-old male from Martensville, was pronounced deceased at the scene. His family has been notified. Investigation continues with the assistance of a Saskatchewan RCMP Collision Reconstruction.



  • June 11: At approximately 8:35 p.m., Kindersley RCMP received a report of a semi rollover on Highway #21, approximately 10 km west of Glidden. The adult male driver reported minor injuries. The semi was hauling cattle and several died at the scene. The highway was closed while the cattle were assessed and the semi was removed.



  • June 12: At approximately 4:20 a.m., Nipawin RCMP received a report of an assault at a residence in Nipawin. Investigation determined that a group of individuals entered the residence, requested money and assaulted an adult male, then stole an SUV from the property and left with it. The male was taken to hospital with serious injuries. The investigation continues and Nipawin RCMP ask anyone with information to call the detachment at 306-862-6270.



Report Tips and Information: If you have information about any of the above crimes, or other criminal activity, please report it to your nearest RCMP Detachment or police service, call 310-RCMP in non-emergencies, 911 in emergencies. Information can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitting a tip online at


Report some complaints such as damage/mischief to property under $5,000, theft of bicycle under $5,000, theft under $5,000, theft from vehicle under $5,000, lost or found property and damage/mischief to vehicle under $5000 online here:


Incidents in Saskatchewan RCMP jurisdiction June 6-12, 2022

Please note: the statistics below are representative of reports received within the Saskatchewan RCMP jurisdiction. They are from the RCMP records management system and are accurate as the day they are collected. Crime statistics are regularly updated due to changes in reporting procedures, changes in ongoing investigations, etc. As a result, the statistics below may differ from previous or future published reports.

Divisional Operational Communications Centre

(does not include calls for service by the public directly to local RCMP detachments)

Calls for service total 6843
Highest volume of calls for service was on June 11 1123
Reports of Impaired Drivers (RID calls) 95
Persons Offences (number of incidents, not victims)
Homicide 1
        Homicides year to date (January, 2022 to last day encompassed in this report) 10
Sexual assaults 18
Sexual crime – other (invitation to sexual touching, sexual interference) 7
        Aggravated Assault 3
        Assault 183
        Assault with weapon or causing bodily harm 56
Robbery 1
Firearms (use of in the commission of an offence, discharge with intent, pointing a firearm) 16
Kidnapping/forcible confinement 1
Harassment/uttering threats 128
Other persons offences (domestic or family dispute, criminal negligence causing bodily harm, extortion with firearm, mischief – danger to life, etc.) 42
Property Offences
Break and Enter Total 126
Number of break and enters to a business 29
      Number of break and enters to a residence 72
      Number of other break and enters (encompasses sheds, storage containers, unattached garages, etc.) 25
Theft Total 237
        Other theft over $5,000 29
        Theft $5,000 or under 183
        Number of theft of motor vehicle 25
Mischief 499
        Number of mischief – damage to property 138
        Number of mischief – obstruct enjoyment of property (example: unwanted, intoxicated person at a residence) 361
Other Criminal Code Offences
Bail violations 126
Breach of probation 28
Failure to appear/comply 23
Disturbing the peace 209
Reports of intimate partner and family violence

  • Time period reported is quarterly.
  • Data represents number of victims, as there may be more than one victim on a specific investigative file. An individual victimized more than once in a timeframe would be counted more than once. Due to common relationships types in intimate and family violence categories, totals should not be combined.
  • Intimate partner refers to violence committed by spouses (legally married, separated, divorced and common-law), current and former dating partner, or someone with whom the victim was in another type of intimate relationship.
  • Family violence refers to violence committed by spouses (legally married, separated, divorced and common-law), parents (biological, step, adoptive and foster), children (biological, step, adopted and foster), siblings (biological, step, half, adopted and foster) and extended family members (grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and in-laws).
January 2022  
        Intimate partner violence 339
        Family violence 320
February 2022  
        Intimate partner violence 332
        Family violence 352
March 2022  
        Intimate partner violence 389
        Family violence 395
Total intimate partner violence January- March, 2022 1060
Total family violence January- March, 2022 1067
Impaired-related offences 104
        Number of roadside suspensions 8
Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle 17
Speeding (this does not include automated speed enforcement fines issued) 1252
        Fines issued 840
        Warnings issued (education-focused
interaction between police and public
Collisions 158
Dangerous driving 9
Fatal collisions (number of road-going incidents, not victims) 3
Non-offence Codes (generally, instances where Criminal Codes or Provincial/Federal Statutes aren’t broken – for example abandoned vehicles, animal calls, school visits, property or wellbeing checks, etc.)
Assistance 327
False alarms 228
Breach of peace 103
911 Act – other activities 204
Suspicious person/vehicle/property 210
Mental health act (generally, police officers responding to reports of persons thinking about suicide, or people with mental illness and requiring assistance): 202
Non-suspicious sudden deaths/Coroner’s Act (generally, police officers responding to reports of persons who died by suicide. Individual numbers associated to people who died by suicide would require a manual review of all RCMP files under this code): 14