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Media Release - Missing Person Rosie Custer

Media Release – Missing Person Rosie Custer

File 2022-43311 The Prince Albert Police Service is asking for the public’s help to locate Rosie CUSTER, who was reported missing on November 18. Rosie was last seen by family on November 11 in the 3600 Block of 2nd Avenue West. Rosie CUSTER is 39 years old. Rosie is described as being 5’3” tall and 110 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She was las seen wearing a black jacket, black pants, and black running shoes. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Rosie CUSTER is asked to contact p ...

Media Release - Motor Vehicle Collision

Media Release – Motor Vehicle Collision

File 2022-43445 At approximately Noon on Saturday, November 19, officers were dispatched to 6th Avenue and River Street West for a report of a vehicle collision involving a power pole. As a result of the collision, power was knocked out in parts of the city and some surrounding areas. Further investigation revealed that an altercation had taken place inside the vehicle just before the collision. A 36-year-old man has been charged with criminal negligence causing bodily harm, wilful damage, and br ...

Media Release - PAPS Welcomes New Member under Experienced Officer Campaign

Media Release – PAPS Welcomes New Member under Experienced Officer Campaign

The Prince Albert Police Service has recruited Cst. Kelly Shumay under its experienced officer campaign. Cst. Shumay brings 19 years of experience as an officer with the Regina Police Service to his new role and served his first shift on Patrol in Prince Albert this week. Cst. Shumay grew up in Yorkton and taught math and physical education to high school and middle years students for 12 years in and around Regina before starting a new career in policing. He has experience on Patrol, and bike patrol, a ...

Media Release - Temporary Disruption to Non-Emergency Police Phone Number

Media Release – Temporary Disruption to Non-Emergency Police Phone Number

The Prince Albert Police Service is notifying the public about a temporary disruption in phone services involving the non-emergency police phone number at 306-953-4222. Residents who call 306-953-4222 are currently getting a busy signal or no answer. This is temporary and the cause of the disruption is being investigated. There is no disruption to the emergency phone line at this time. If you require emergency assistance, call 9-1-1 immediately. Online reporting options are still available. Resident ...

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