A 27-year-old man from Sucker River is being charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jodi Clarissa Roberts.
Ricky Jonathan Ross, who is known as Jonathan Ricky Ross, has been charged by the RCMP with first-degree murder and offering an indignity to a body.
“Indignity to the body is basically leaving the body exposed or out in the open and leaving it there,” Sgt. Richard Price with the La Ronge RCMP said, adding the search for Ross was short.
Triage nurses at Saskatoon’s St. Paul’s Hospital did not examine Stanley Robillard or explain to him the risks of refusing medical care before giving him a release form, according to a police officer who was with Robillard in the emergency waiting room.
There was a surprising turn of events in the Danielle Chamakese trial Wednesday in Prince Albert.
Chamakese was found guilty of leaving the scene of an accident and dangerous driving causing death, which lead to the death of 21-year-old Daniel Carter in 2010.
During what was thought to be the final sentencing hearing, Justice R.S. Smith heard the final comments from both Crown and defense and then pushed his decision ahead to February.
RCMP have released the name of the three-year-old boy who was killed last year due to an unknown incident in Garrick.
Roudy Bourque died in Royal University Hospital in Saskatchewan last December from blunt force trauma to the head, according to an autopsy.
Shane Paschke of Garrick was arrested last Friday under charges of second degree murder after RCMP suspected him being involved in the death of Bourque.
RCMP officials say he was living with Bourque and his mother at the time of the young toddler’s death.
A 22-year-old drunk driver who killed a man has been sentenced to nine years in jail.
On Tuesday a provincial court judge in Regina gave Jordan Thomas Lee McNabb a 10-year sentence for the horrendous crash tat took the life of John Boxall, 68, in February of this year. After getting credit for the time he's already served that will mean a sentence of nine additional years.
Boxall's family was present for the sentencing. They struggled to hold back tears as the decision was rendered, passing a box of facial tissues back and forth while quietly weeping.
An 18-year-old Regina man is facing charges after a violent incident outside of a Regina nightclub on the weekend.
Sahid Lingenfelter allegedly shot off a pellet gun on the 2300 block of Dewdney Avenue outside of Gabbo's Nightclub in the early hours of Sunday, according to Crown Prosecutor Terry Maher.
Lingenfelter is currently in custody and the crown is opposing his release. In total the teen is facing six weapon-related charges.
He is the son of former NDP leader Dwain Lingenfelter.
With his head down and his family looking on, Bradley Raymond Chanin learned his fate.
A Saskatoon provincial court judge sentenced Chanin, 50, to four years in federal prison Monday with credit for the 110 days he spent in remand.
Chanin pleaded guilty to charges of sexual interference, making child pornography, and possession of child pornography back on Nov. 27. His crimes are thought to have occurred between March 2006 and March 2009 when he was living in Doha, Qatar.
John Shaoulle has been found guilty of first-degree murder at the Court of Queen's Bench in Prince Albert.
He was accused of brutally sexually assaulting and strangling a Margaret Sewap in Prince Albert.
Her naked body was found on April 8, 2011 behind the Bolt Supply Store on 17th Street East.
At the end of October Shaoulle's defense council, Ian Mokuruk, argued there was no proof that the DNA ended up there during the commission of the murder.
A man from the Whitecap Dakota First Nation convicted of attempted murder involving a retired RCMP officer will have to wait until Dec. 19 to find out how long he will spend in prison.
Ryan Dalton Kelly Bear, 23, stabbed Robert Laidlaw near the Rudy Landing development north of Outlook on May 23, 2012. At the time, Laidlaw had stopped to see if Bear needed help with a flat tire and started asking questions when he suspected the vehicle may have been stolen.
More than 20 friends and classmates of a former University of Saskatchewan student charged in connection to a chemical threat at the school quietly celebrated his release from custody Thursday afternoon.
They were at Saskatoon Provincial Court in support of Mohamadmahdi Kowsari. The 25 year old spent more than a month in police custody after being charged with theft under $5,000 on Oct. 23.