A 28-year-old male from the Macklin area is facing several charges after he fled from a traffic stop last Friday, as outlined in the recent report of calls for Macklin, Unity and Wilkie RCMP.

Unity RCMP located and arrested 28-year-old Jerraco Rissling of Primate and executed a search warrant on his residence. As a result of the investigation, Rissling was charged with:
• Flight from police
• Possession of a Ford F-150 stolen from the Town of Provost
• Possession of a schedule 1 substance (crystal meth)
• Possession of property belonging to the Town of Provost
• Possession of stolen property from a break and enter to an oil field side in the Cactus Lake area

Additionally, RCMP also recovered a stolen trailer near the town of Primate that had been stolen from the Macklin area approximately three weeks ago, according to police.

Wilkie RCMP charged a 31-year-old male with two counts of fail to comply with conditions of an undertaking, this after the man was discovered in a location that he was not permitted to attend.

In Unity, RCMP attended a two vehicle collision on Highway 14 east of Unity, of which, one driver sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to Saskatoon by STARS. Police state the collision is still under investigation.

Two calls regarding fires were also reported for the week ending November 4, 2019.

Unity RCMP attended a vehicle fire, there were no injuries and the Unity Fire Department extinguished the fire, which is still under investigation.

Police also received a report of a structure fire in a rural area near Wilkie, however, members did not attend as it was discovered it was a controlled burn.

Other calls made to the three detachments from October 29 to November 4 include:

• Members acted as mediators in a family dispute.
• Police received a complaint of fraud but it was unfounded.
• Members received a request to conduct a wellbeing check.
• Police assisted Emergency Medical Services with a patient.
• Members acted as mediators in a dispute between two individuals.
• There were also four traffic complaints and two false alarms.

• RCMP received a complaint of theft. The subject of complaint agreed to return the property. No charges were laid.
• Police received a complaint of theft. This matter is still under investigation.
• CN Police reported a railway crossing malfunction in a rural area near Wilkie.
• Members received a complaint of trespassing but the subject of complaint was gone on arrival. The complainant requested no further action be taken.
• RCMP received a Mental Health Act complaint. Members transported the subject of complaint to Battlefords Union Hospital for assessment.
• Members attended a single vehicle collision north of Wilkie. There were no injuries and no charges were laid. The collision was due to icy road conditions.

• RCMP received a report of a vehicle collision with a deer. There were no injuries. Reported for insurance purposes.

Unity RCMP have also issued arrest warrants for two individuals from crimes committed at the beginning of October.

Anyone with information on these or any other crimes, are asked to call their local RCMP detachment or 310-RCMP.