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Man tased, arrested in police chase in Regina

Regina police used a taser and the canine unit to finally arrest man who ran early Monday morning after officers tried to pull over a vehicle that went through a four-way stop.

Officers on patrol witnessed a vehicle run a four-way stop on 7th Avenue at Pasqua Street near Lewvan Drive at about 1:15 a.m.. The officers turned on their lights to get the vehicle to pull over, but instead it sped up and ran a red light at Lewvan Drive. Officers didn’t chase because there was too much traffic.

Saskatoon police seek suspects in shooting, stabbing

Saskatoon police are looking for suspects after a weekend filled with calls from around the city.

That includes a shooting on Saturday night which left a 19-year-old boy in hospital.

Police say the teen was shot while on his apartment balcony on the 100 block of Avenue P South. With wounds to the legs, the teen was brought to hospital where he is in stable condition.

Police say that the suspect and victim knew each other.

Hit and run west of Regina seriously injures RCMP constable

An RCMP constable is in hospital with serious injuries after a hit and run early Sunday morning a few kilometres west of Regina.

RCMP were responding to a weapons threat at a gathering at the Zadack Holdings Event Centre on Sherwood Forest Road just after 1 a.m.

While arresting a man around 1:40 a.m, a SUV was driving southbound on the road, heading straight toward RCMP officers. A 42-year-old constable tried to pull the arrested 56-year-old Regina man out of the way but they were both hit. The SUV also sideswiped an unmarked police vehicle.

UPDATE: Robberies, shooting, make for busy weekend for Saskatoon Police

Three armed robberies and a shooting led to a wild weekend for Saskatoon Police.

It started just before midnight on Saturday in Sutherland when a man was smoking in an alley on the 100 block of 110th Street East. The victim was approached by a man and a woman with a sawed off firearm. The suspects stole the man's cell phone before taking off on foot.

Saskatoon attempted robbery, stabbing sends man to hospital


Saskatoon police said a man was sent to hospital with stab wounds after another man tried to rob him at his Pleasant Hill home Friday night.

The suspect tried to rob the man when he answered his door around 10 p.m. in the 400 block of Ave T South.

When the man didn't give the suspect what he wanted, the robber stabbed at him with a knife.

The man was hit in the arm and taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries. His black labrador retriever tried to intervene and also suffered minor injuries.

Man in critical condition, Saskatoon major crimes investigating

Saskatoon Police Major Crimes Section is investigation after a man was sent to hospital in critical condition Friday evening.

Details are sparse but police say they got a call about an intoxicated person in the area of Avenue E North and 30th Street West around 5:50 p.m.

When they arrived, police found an unresponsive 51-year-old man who was taken to hospital for assessment. At the hospital, police found out the man was in critical condition.

The man's injuries are unknown.

Saskatoon police search for 22nd street robbery suspect

Saskatoon police are searching for a suspect in a Friday night armed robbery.

A man entered a business around 9 p.m. near 22nd Street and Avenue P South.

He pulled out what is believed to be a handgun or replica, along with a knife and demanded money.

He then fled the scene with an undetermined amount of cash.

No one was injured in the robbery.

Two-year sentence for man charged in summer standoff

A 20-year-old man in the centre of a 13-hour standoff in Saskatoon this summer has been sentenced to two years in jail.

Robert Keith Roy Belley pleaded guilty in Saskatoon Provincial Court on Thursday to careless use of a firearm and possession of an unauthorized firearm in connection to a standoff on Aug. 12.
 

Four stabbings overnight in Saskatoon

Saskatoon police are investigating four stabbings in less than five hours at separate locations around the city overnight Friday.

Beginning at 12:30 a.m., a 34-year-old man was stabbed after approaching a group outside a bar in the 2100 block of 22nd Street West.

Foul play ruled out in Prince Albert woman's death

The provincial coroner said there is no indication of foul play in the death of a Prince Albert woman.

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