RCMP are asking people to report any information on a 34-year-old Saskatoon man wanted for numoerous charges.
Police reported that a man and two other masked people entered a home on Sweetgrass First Nation, just south of North Battleford, in the early hours Thursday.
According to RCMP, an altercation broke out between this group and six people who were inside the home around 3:45 a.m. One man had minor injuries as a result.
A firearm was also discharged inside the residence. Police said there were no injuries related to the gunshot.
Joey LeBlanc has been charged in relation to this incident and has a warrant out for his arrest.
He faces several weapons charges along with counts of break and enter, wearing a disguise with intent and breaching a court order.
LeBlanc is described as white, six feet tall, 210 pounds with green eyes and a beard.
He also has several tattoos:
- Left upper arm: Parkton 4 Life (text), cross (graphic)
- Right upper arm: dragon (graphic)
- Right forearm: dragon (graphic)
- Left hand: Love (text)
- Right hand: Hate (text)
Leblanc’s whereabouts are unconfirmed, but he’s known to frequent Saskatoon, Rosetown and Consort, Alta.
LeBlanc may be armed and is considered dangerous and should not be approached.
Anyone who sees LeBlanc, or has information regarding this investigation, is asked to contact 911 in an emergency, North Battleford RCMP at 306-446-1720 or the nearest police service.