Four people are facing charges following a weapons complaint on Sunday in which two men were injured in Prince Albert

Prince Albert, Saskatchewan – Four people are facing charges following a weapons complaint in the area around Fourth Street and 13th Avenue East Sunday in which two men were injured.

At approximately 7 p.m. Sunday, police were dispatched to a report of a weapons complaint involving four males who threatened a group of friends with a knife as they were longboarding. The suspects approached the group and attempted to steal their longboard and other personal effects. An altercation ensued, and one man was injured in the leg, while another received injuries to his head and arm.


The suspects then fled down a nearby alley. They were located and arrested by police soon after.

Jerome Sanderson, age 18 of Prince Albert is charged with three counts of robbery and possession of a dangerous weapon in relation to this incident. [Information 991229665]

Two 16-year-old male youths and one 15-year-old male youth are each charged with robbery x 3 following this incident. One 16-year-old youth is further charged with breach of court-ordered conditions. [Joint Information 991229666]

Robbery File 2023-13913

Prince Albert Police Service

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