People on a quiet Saskatoon crescent with a lot of new families are getting used to seeing police on their block after one of their neighbours disappeared.
Police say that 45-year-old Dorothy Woods was last seen leaving her home on Riel Crescent on Nov. 12.
Many of the people on Woods’ block didn't feel comfortable going on tape about the family, saying they didn’t know much about them.
One man who lives across the street was questioned by police last weekend.
A man from British Columbia has been arrested on drug charges in relation to the emergency landing of a plane in Saskatchewan this summer.
Roy Van Nicholson, 27, of West Kelowna was arrested by Mission RCMP in B.C. on Saturday. He is charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking marijuana and two counts of breaching probation.
A police investigation revealed that Nicholson was a passenger in the plane that made an emergency landing on July 29 near McLean.
Police in Moose Jaw are looking for three suspects after an armed robbery.
A teenager was robbed of his cash in Crescent Park early Sunday.
He wasn't hurt although the robbers had weapons.
The suspects are described as being in their late teens or early 20s. They were wearing dark clothing with their faces covered.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Karin Yeske.
A Staten Island hunter is facing charges after an accidental shooting.
It happened last Thursday in Meadow Lake.
A man was allegedly guiding Alan Guskind, 72, about 65 kilometres south of Meadow Lake.
The guide was opening the zipper of Guskind’s tent when Guskind’s rifle went off.
“The guide showed up early to pick up the hunter and the hunter became startled,” said Kim Gobeil with the RCMP.
“He believed it was a wild animal.”
RCMP say the bullet first struck the guide’s hand and then continued into the guide’s abdomen.
Saskatoon police seized a computer from Dorothy Woods’ home on Riel Crescent after acting on a search warrant on Tuesday morning.
This comes after 49-year-old David Woods was deemed a person of interest in the case of his missing wife Dorothy.
David made his second court appearance, also on Tuesday, on charges unrelated to 45-year-old Dorothy Woods’ disappearance.
He was charged over the weekend after police searched his Saskatoon home and found unlicensed guns.
According to the StarPhoenix, Saskatoon man facing child porn related charges was found dead in his home.
Jack Pellizzari’s preliminary hearing for charges of possession and distribution of child abuse images was set for Tuesday.
He was charged as part of an investigation by Saskatoon's Internet Child Exploitation Unit into peer-to-peer sharing. Six other men were also charged.
Pellizzari's lawyer is surprised by the death.
He told the StarPhoenix he talked to Pellizzari Monday and was preparing to argue for the dismissal of the case.
The Wynyard area teen who was reported missing on Tuesday has been located.
Julien Ribi, 15, walked away from his bus stop Tuesday morning and was last seen walking along Highway 16 between Wynyard and Mozart.
RCMP are not disclosing where Ribi was located.
With files from News Talk Radio's Joel Gasson.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Sabeen Ahmad.
Saskatoon police have charged two teenage males after reports that several people armed with knives and a machete were attempting to break in to an apartment building on the 800 block of Appleby Drive early Tuesday morning.
Police apprehended the two teens, aged 16 and 17, after pursuing them on foot.
A third male was also apprehended was released without charges once it was determined he was not involved. The fourth male is outstanding.
Officers recovered three knives and a machete following the pursuit.
An RCMP officer charged with assault on his wife made his first appearance in court today.
Earlier this month Rosetown RCMP were called to a home after receiving a complaint of an assault.
Officer Ron Robinson, a corporal with 10 years of service, was then charged.
The case has been adjourned to Dec. 13 in Rosetown.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Chris Morin.
A member of the Canora RCMP detachment has been charged with fraud after misusing a credit card to buy gas in the spring of this year.
Constable Ryan Coleman is currently on administrative duties while the matter is being investigated.
The incident reportedly happened while Coleman was off duty.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Chris Morin.