RCMP have laid out what they believe happened the night Lee Bonneau was beaten to death on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation.
Officers say the suspected killer is a boy younger than 12, described during a news conference at RCMP headquarters in Regina as a "troubled child." Bonneau died from injuries after an assault on August 21.
The Criminal Youth and Justice Act does not apply to children younger than 12 years old so RCMP say they can’t lay charges.
The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is reviewing the circumstances of an inmate's death at the Saskatoon Regional Psychiatric Centre on Sunday.
Robert Prince, 47, had been serving a nearly five-year sentence for manslaughter according to the CSC news release.
No details about his death have been released at this time, but officials say Prince's family has been notified.
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Police are investigating after a semi trailer rolled in Saskatoon.
The single-vehicle rollover at 11:50 a.m. Tuesday happened in the westbound lanes of 11th Street and Circle Drive South.
Traffic was down to one lane while the scene was cleared.
The male driver was not badly hurt.
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A standoff in north Regina that saw six area schools lock their doors as a safety precaution has now ended.
News Talk Radio reporter Kurtis Doering confirmed with police around 3:45 p.m. Tuesday that the lone suspect in the case had been taken into police custody. It followed more than five hours of police activity in the Coronation Park neighbourhood.
The man accused of putting hidden cameras inside a change room at a Maple Creek fitness centre has pleaded guilty to voyeurism.
72-year-old Walter Wenaas was arrested and charged on April 12, 2013. On August 28 he pleaded guilty in Swift Current Provincial Court.
Two Saskatoon homeowners got a surprise after they came home to a pair of robbers breaking into their house.
At around 10:30 p.m. Monday night the two were headed to their house on the 200 block of Avenue P North. When they arrived they found two men breaking in.
One of the robbers grabbed a can of bear spray and assaulted the man who owned the home. The man decided to fight back and was able to grab onto the suspect and hold him until police arrived.
At one point, the suspect broke away and ran off but police quickly found him again.
RCMP are expected to lay out Tuesday afternoon what they believe happened the night Lee Bonneau was beaten to death on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation.
A woman died on Highway 6 Sunday after her SUV collided head-on with a semi.
The collision occurred just after 10 a.m. near the community of Corinne, which is about 50 kms south of Regina.
Emergency crews, including the Stars Ambulance, rushed to the scene. The woman in the SUV was air-lifted to a hospital in Regina but later died of her injuries.
Traffic was closed as traffic analysts tried to determine the cause of the crash.
RCMP have withheld the identity of the woman as they worked to find her family members
Three suspects are in custody in North Battleford after a man was injured, possibly by a gun.
The incident happened in the area of Diefenbaker Drive and St Laurent Drive. The man, in his twenties, was taken to Battleford Union Hospital and then moved to Saskatoon for futher care.
Police don't know the extent of his injuries. They've cordoned off the area of the suspected shooting to gather evidence and speak with witnesses.
Anyone with information in this incident call the Battlefords RCMP at 306.446.1720 or call Crime Stoppers at 800.222.8477.
RCMP have confirmed that Lee Bonneau's killer was another child under the age of 12.
The confirmation came in an e-mail to News Talk early Sunday morning.
Speculation as to the identity of the murderer has circled since the boy was found severely beaten on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation over a week ago.
Mounties have not released any more information on the killer. They are expected to provide more information at a news conference on Tuesday.