Police Service Dog (PSD) Daxa Assists With Apprehension of Multiple Suspects in Prince Albert

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan – On Tuesday, March 7 at 4:07 a.m. officers were dispatched to an apartment building on 600 Block 28 Street West on report of a break-and-enter.

Upon arrival officers found the south side of the apartment building both windows had been damaged. The suspect had already fled and Police Service Dog (PSD) Daxa was put on a track. The suspect was tracked to the garage of a house under construction on the 2600 Block of 7th Avenue West.

The 31-year-old male suspect was arrested and charged with committing mischief by willfully damaging property, attempt to break-and-enter and two breaches of court orders (Information #991004568).

The suspect will make his first appearance in provincial court today.

PSD Daxa & Cst. Bighetty
PSD Daxa & Cst. Bighetty

Police File # 2016-6838

On 11:58 pm, Monday, March 6, 2017 police officers were dispatched to 1300 Block 13 Street West for a theft in progress. When officers arrived a witness told officers that two males had allegedly stolen a television from a van and were seen fleeing on foot down 13 Street West.

Police Service Dog (PSD) Daxa was used to track the suspects. The first suspect was located and arrested on 13 Street West. The second suspect was tracked to a residence on 1400 Providence Place and arrested.

One 14-year-old male youth is charged with theft and three breaches of court orders (Information #991004567).

One 18-year-old male is charged with theft (Information# 991004566).

Both suspects will make their first appearance in provincial court today.

Police File File # 2016-6831

Prince Albert Police Service


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