Regina police have found a teenager that had gone missing without her medication.
Jesse Bryant, 15 was reported missing last Thursday. She had last been seen at a family member’s house in east Regina. Police were aware that she has a history as a runaway, but were concerned that she had left medication behind.
Her family was worried about her well-being but police report that Bryant was healthy when she was found. She was returned home.
The man wanted in a Canada-wide search warrant is headed back to prison.
49 year old Mitchell Lawrence Sasakamoose took off from his home in Regina's Heritage neighbourhood this summer. He had moved there a month prior, prompting police to warn the public about his history of violent behavior and substance abuse.
At the time, he was under a long-term parole order. After failing to return to his home on July 3, police issued a nation-wide warrant for his arrest.
A Saskatchewan family is relieved after their missing grandmother showed up safe and sound.
"Words don't even explain how happy our family is right now. It's feels so good to know she's OK," said Tya Matchett, the granddaughter of Tina Walters.
Walters, 70, has dementia and went missing from the Outlook hospital on Monday night.
Matchett, said the entire family was sick with worry.
"We couldn't even sleep all night. We were looking all day. We were bawling ... she's a grandma, great-grandma, a mom," Matchett said.
A teenage girl reported missing in Regina on Tuesday has been found safe in Pelican Narrows.
16-year-old Clarissa Custer was last seen leaving her home in Regina on Monday afternoon. Police put out the call to find her because she was new to the city and they believed she left home with no money.
She managed to make it up north and was located safely by RCMP in Pelican Narrows on Thursday night.
Pelican Narrows is close to 700 kilometers north of Regina or about an eight hour drive according to Google.
When Cheryl Sanderson left her home to go for a walk in early September, she never dreamed it would turn into a four and a half day ordeal.
The Prince Albert mother had fought with her husband and needed a moment to herself, but somewhere on her journey she blacked out and when she awoke, she didn’t know where she was.
“I was only in a little sundress when I went out there. I had nothing. No shelter, no food and it was just a survival to get through the cold nights and find my way back,” Sanderson said.
After leaving his house for a walk on Thursday, Jarious Rodriguez never returned.
RCMP in Fort Qu’Appelle have been searching for the 15-year-old since then. He was spotted in the small community northeast of Regina on Thursday, but inquiries with friends have had no success in locating him.
Rodriguez was last seen wearing a black pull-over jacket with blues jeans and a blue shirt that had the words “Peace and love” written on it. He was also wearing black and orange DC shoes.
He is about 5’10 and 250 pounds with a dark complexion, brown hair and brown eyes.
There are new developments in a five-year-old, missing-person investigation east of Saskatoon.
James Carlson was 43 years old when he disappeared, under suspicious circumstances back in May of 2008. He was last seen at a video store in Watrous.
Carlson's vehicle was later found south east of Rosthern near the Saskatchewan River in some bushes.
RCMP Sergeant Craig Cleary says, since then Saskatoon's major crimes unit has been actively working on the case.
UPDATE: The brothers were found by police Oct. 8 and were returned home.
Two brothers from Saskatoon are both missing after disappearing from the same home seven days apart.
Trezdin Kiskotagan, 13, was reported missing after he never returned to his Byers Crescent home on Sept. 11.
A week later, his 14-year-old brother Tyrick was reported missing.
Trezdin is described as five-foot-three tall, 120 pounds with short dark brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a green jacket.
Police in Regina say they've found a teenager that was thought to be hitchhiking north.
The Regina Police Service issued a news release Wednesday morning asking people to keep an eye out for 15-year-old Denaye Stone. She hadn't been seen for a day and police were worried she may have been hitchhiking up to North Battleford.
An update in the mid-afternoon revealed that Stone had been spotted and taken back to the home she's staying at in the city.
Trekking through dense bush, overgrown fields and dilapidated sheds, volunteers combed the countryside near Radisson, Sask. over the weekend, trying to find a girl who went missing several years ago at age 15.
And though their search for Katelyn Nobel came up empty handed, Katelyn’s mother Leona Noble said she won’t give up hope that her daughter’s body will one day be brought home.
“All I do know for sure is that they’ll never give up. And I’ll tell you right now, they messed with the wrong mama. Somebody’s going to have to pay for this,” Leona said.