A 17-year-old boy has been sentenced in connection to a lockdown at two Saskatoon high schools last month.
The teen, who cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act, received a 12-month probation order for trying to sell marijuana to three other boys near Tommy Douglas High School and Bethlehem High School on May 23.
A fight broke out after one of the teens allegedly tried to rob him.
The schools went into lockdown after someone reported seeing a gun during the fight.
No gun was found, but a 15-year-old boy is set to be sentenced for robbery this week.
Arthur Dagenais, the father of convicted cop killer Curtis Dagenais, has been found not guilty of mischief.
The verdict came down before 10 a.m. Monday at Prince Albert Provincial Court.
The charge stems from an incident back on Aug. 30 when the elderly Dagenais was arrested at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary.
The Crown alleged he refused to leave prison property even though he was asked repeatedly.
Dagenais is also facing a charge of unsafe storage of a firearm from a Sept. 4 search of his farm.
Three people charged after an Amber Alert was issued following an incident in Maple Creek have since pleaded guilty and will be sentenced this summer.
One 16-year-old boy was charged with breaking into a home and abduction in the January incident which involved a 14-year-old girl. A 38-year-old woman was charged with obstruction of a peace officer. They will be sentenced on Aug. 8.
Another 16-year old boy also pleaded guilty and will be sentenced in July.
The Amber Alert for this incident was the fourth in the province’s history.
Two people were charged Thursday after an assault on the Okanese First Nation.
By the time RCMP got to the area near Fort Qu'Appelle early Monday morning, the man and young male had taken off, but were founds a few hours later.
The boy cannot be named due to the Young Offenders Act, but he has been charged with attempted murder and three firearms related offences. He has already pleaded not guilty, and his trial begin in November in Fort Qu'Appelle Court.
A man charged with attempted murder is headed to jail for 22 months.
It was back on April 14 when the Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP chased down 33 year old Derwin James Strongeagle. They were called to a home on the Pasqua First Nation very early that morning for a domestic assault. Strongeagle took off before they got there.
A woman was taken to the hospital that day. She was released less than 24 hours later.
It was a long time in the making.
RCMP and Regina Police searched a total of eight homes in connection to an organized crime investigation that lasted almost a year and a half.
Five of those places were in Regina; on the 900 block of Broad Street North, the 500 block of Lorne Street, the 99 block of Angus Road, Falcon Bay and the 300 block of Halifax Street North.
The other three residences were in Kelowna and Merritt, British Columbia.
A recent Supreme Court decison could mean higher insurance rates for Saskatchewan drivers.
Monday, a tribunal decided the country's top court isn't going to hear an appeal in the case of John Acton, a 44-year-old man paralayzed in a 2004 car wreck.
He's suing the Rural Municipality of Britannia for compensation on top of what he's getting from SGI. He's also suing a contractor used by the R.M. for road maintenance.
More people are being charged after an explosion to a home in Regina’s Cathedral area on May 6.
Regina police said somebody in that home on 13th Avenue near Athol Street was cooking oil with butane when the gas drifted downstairs, connecting with the pilot light and causing the explosion. Three people were sent to hospital at the time. A 19-year-old woman was charged with possession when she showed up to the home in the time shortly after.