Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – At 8:30 p.m. on October 2, 2019, the Saskatoon Police Service was called to the 100 block of 1 Av N for a suspicious male. An officer located the male and initiated an investigation. The suspect male obstructed the officer by providing a false name. The male then resisted arrest and an altercation ensued. A member of the public observed the altercation and aided the officer subdue the suspect. Other officers arrived and the male was taken into custody.
A 29 year old male will be in court today charged with Obstruction, Assault on a Police Officer, Failing to Comply with Court Conditions and numerous warrants for his arrest.
The Saskatoon Police Service is grateful for the assistance provided by the member of the public.
(Occurrence Number: 2019-10580)
Saskatoon Police Service
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