A call to Regina Police about what looked like a hand grenade drew more than a dozen police cruisers and a few fire trucks to Albert St. South on Friday evening.
Police say they received a call after 5 p.m., saying something looked like a grenade in a back alley near the South Albert Liquor Store.
Chrys Poulus manages the Melrose Place restaurant nearby.
"A bomb, fire squad back here, a lot of police men, a fire truck, and they closed the place down for a couple of blocks."
Saskatoon Police are investigating a report of suspicious male who allegedly tried several times to get a young girl in his car.
The 13-year-old told police the incident happened yesterday near 11th Street and Avenue L South.
As she was walking, an unknown male in a car asked her to get in three different times.
Each time he claimed the girls mom had asked him to give her a ride or that the mother was on his cell phone wishing to speak to her.
The teen refused and ran home.
The Saskatoon Police Integrated Child Exploitation (ICE) Unit made a handful of arrests since the beginning of April.
On April 10, the ICE Unit executed a search warrant stemmoing from an online investigation, leading to the arrest of a 68-year-old male.
Neil Martin of Saskatoon was charged with possession of child pornography, accessing child pornography and making child pornography available. Martin appeared in court on May 7.
A Saskatchewan man, lost and alone, was found by an RCMP remote controlled helicopter that spotted him from the sky.
The 25-year-old had wandered away from where his car rolled on Highway 5 near St. Denis, about 40 kilometres east of Saskatoon, early Thursday morning.
RCMP arrived at the accident scene after midnight, but couldn't find the driver.
"He had suffered a head injury in the crash and became disorientated and wandered off," said RCMP corporal Doug Green.
The search is being intensified for missing 27-year-old Kimberley Cruickshank in Regina with police scanning parts of Regina from the sky and on foot this week.
"I'm glad they're doing things to try and find her, but at the same time, I'm praying they don't find anything," said Kristen Cruickshank, Kimberly's sister.
"I'm continually reminding myself to stay strong, stay positive until I'm told Kim won't be coming home, I will believe she is."
A woman who Regina police are concerned may harm others is wanted on a Saskatchewan-wide warrent.
Thirty-five year-old Leah Crystal Fehr is Aboriginal, stands 5 foot 9 and weighs about 200 pounds. Fehr has brown eyes and, when last seen, had black hair cropped in a brush cut, (unlike the hair style seen in the photo provided by police).
A RCMP dispatch is reporting an alleged murder of a toddler from April.
Investigators from the Waskesiu/Montreal Lake RCMP dispatch confirm that a 3-year-old Avery Nicholas Bird was transported to the William Charles Health Centre on April 7.
The child was suffering from cardiac arrest upon arrival and EMS workers were not able to resuscitate him.
The toddler was pronounced dead an hour after his arrival.
A Saskatchewan-wide arrest warrant has been issued for a soccer player after a brutal WCP soccer game in Regina.
The Sudan team was playing against Poland in a quarter-final game at the Credit Union EventPlex on April 10.
Saskatoon Police have arrested a 15-year-old male who was found to be in possession of a stolen vehicle Monday night.
At about 11:30 p.m., on May 6, police received a call that a previously reported stolen truck had been spotted in the 300 block of Avenue T South.
Before officers attended the call, dispath received another call that the vehicle was being driven away. Officers in the area were able to locate the vehicle and attempted to conduct a high-risk vehicle stop but the driver of the truck failed to pull over.
A 29-year-old woman was killed over the weekend in Lloydminster, and RCMP suspect impaired driving to be the cause.
The woman was walking along the Yellowhead Highway that runs through the city when she was struck by a vehicle early Saturday morning. She suffered serious injuries, and later died in hospital.
After an investigation, police arrested 32 year old Jason Wallace Campbell. He's charged with impaired driving causing death, dangerous driving causing death, public mischief, and obstruction.