Weekend Update- August 19, 2019

Weekend Update- August 19, 2019

Weekend Update- August 19, 2019

Members of the Prince Albert Police Service responded to 320 calls for service over the weekend. Police made 30 arrests. The top calls for service were for disturbances and intoxicated persons.

File 2019-27054 – Theft of Motor Vehicle

Police continue to investigate the theft of a motor vehicle in the 600 Block of Marquis Road early Sunday morning. A woman reported her vehicle was stolen around 12:30 a.m. Police arrested two women and recovered the stolen vehicle just after 3 a.m. Sunday in the 400 Block of Ninth St. E. The two suspects are both charged with possession of stolen property and breach of court order in relation to this incident.

File 2019-26878 – Assault with a Weapon

Police are investigating an alleged stabbing in the 1200 Block of 15th St. W. early Saturday morning. Police were called just before 5 a.m. One woman is recovering in hospital.

File 2019-26845 – Aggravated Assault

A 40-year-old woman is facing one charge of aggravated assault following an incident late Friday night. Police responded to a complaint of a stabbing in the 1300 Block of 18th St. W. just before 11 p.m. One man was taken to hospital. The accused is scheduled to appear in court Monday morning.

File 2019-26830 – Impaired Driving

Police have charged a 40-year-old man with assault on a peace officer, impaired driving and exceeding .08 following an incident in the 1000 Block of 22nd St. E. Friday night. Police arrested the man just before 8 p.m. following a brief foot chase.

File 2019-26744 – Aggravated Assault

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating anyone who may have information about an incident that happened in the area around 12th Avenue West and 17th Street West Friday morning. One man was transferred to hospital in Saskatoon. Police are looking for information about two male suspects, dressed in black, who may have been in the area at the time. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 306-953-4222, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.








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