Saskatchewan RCMP look to the public for information on homicide of 38-year-old male from North Battleford, SK

North Battleford, Saskatchewan – Saskatchewan RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a 32-year-old male wanted for second-degree murder.

On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, at approximately 4:07 p.m., Battlefords RCMP received information from EMS that an adult male was located inside a residence with significant head trauma. The residence was located on the 800 block of 110th Street in the City of North Battleford.

Officers and EMS arrived on scene to find 38-year-old Todd Levi Stone unconscious. Stone was transported to hospital in Saskatoon for further medical treatment and was declared deceased on May 13, 2020.

That same day, police learned about an altercation between Stone and another adult male. Based on the new information, Saskatchewan RCMP Major Crimes Unit-North (MCU-N) deployed a team to North Battleford and launched an investigation with the assistance of North Battleford Provincial General Investigative Section (GIS).

A forensic autopsy was completed on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, and Stone’s death was determined to be a homicide.

An arrest warrant has now been issued for Michael Jordan White (DOB: 1987-10-03) of Sweetgrass First Nation, SK, for the second-degree murder of Todd Stone. White is described as being 5’7″ (173 cm), weighing approximately 180 lbs with brown eyes and brown hair.

Michael Jordan White (DOB: 1987-10-03) of Sweetgrass First Nation, SK
Michael Jordan White (DOB: 1987-10-03) of Sweetgrass First Nation, SK

Most recent information suggests that White has left North Battleford and may be in Lloydminster, AB.

North Battleford RCMP, the North Battleford Gang Task Force and the North Battleford Crime Reduction Team continue to focus their efforts on locating White.

Saskatchewan RCMP are looking to the public for any information about the incident that occurred on May 12, 2020, or the current whereabouts of Michael Jordan White to contact Battlefords RCMP at 306-446-1720 or their local police service. Information can also be submitted anonymously to Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submitting a tip online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

The investigation is ongoing.

Saskatchewan RCMP



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