Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Investigators from the Major Crimes Section and Targeted Enforcement Section are investigating an aggravated assault that occurred this morning.
At 3:45 a.m., September 25, 2019, Patrol officers were dispatched to a reported injured person in an apartment building in the 100 block of Avenue T South. Upon arrival, Police located four people, two women and two men, suffering from injuries. Members of the Saskatoon Fire Department and Medavie Health Services attended and began treating the victims, immediately transporting one man to hospital for life threatening injuries.
All four injured persons have been treated medically. One man remains in critical condition. Police are not seeking additional suspects as the investigation continues.
(Occurrence Number: 19-102711)
Saskatoon Police Service
Please help spread the word by "sharing" our reports on your social media accounts.
Foothills County, Alberta – The Okotoks RCMP have laid charges against a male following a robbery at a rural residence which occurred on Nov. 19, 2019. 37-year-old Armin Babic of Edmonton is facing the following [...]
Redcliff, Alberta – On November 19, 2019 shortly after 10:30 pm, Redcliff RCMP received a complaint of a home invasion to a residence in Redcliff. Two male suspects wearing black balaclavas forced their way into [...]
Grande Prairie, Alberta – Grande Prairie RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Kalya OAKES (14). She was last seen in the Grande Prairie area on November 19, 2019. Kayla is described as: • [...]
Bragg Creek, Alberta – In response to a series of business break-ins and ATM thefts in both the Bragg Creek and Turner Valley areas in September and October, 2019, Cochrane RCMP launched a coordinated investigation [...]
Toronto, Ontario – The Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public’s assistance locating a federal offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant as a result of his breach of statutory release. Chibuike [...]
A charge should not be considered as evidence of guilt.
In Canada, all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. All reports are written by police media departments. Sometimes CaPR staff create report titles.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.