North Battleford RCMP, North Battleford Fire Department and local EMS responded to the report of a structure fire at a home located on the 1400 block of 99th Street on June 4th at approximately 2:30pm.
RCMP said emergency crews arrived to find a 39-year-old Tammy Fiddler deceased, outside the residence. It was reported that Fiddler was removed from the residence by her common-law partner, who had arrived at the home before the emergency crews. When the fire department was able to access the building they located Tessa Bryant, 7, and Wesley Bryant, 11, deceased.
Investigation of the evidence gathered, has led RCMP believe this incident was the result of a murder-suicide.
The 2020 Saskatchewan Homicide Victim List is available here
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Regina police responded to a report of a critically injured man at a home in the 500 block of Wascana Street at approximately 1:29 a.m. on Friday, January 24th.
Police attempted emergency first aid until EMS arrived, however, Majok Agwait Majok, 23, was pronounced deceased at 1:41 a.m. The cause of death has not been released.
A 17-year-old male has been charged with second-degree murder. The accused male cannot be named in accordance with the provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
Anyone who may have information that could assist police is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306- 777-6500.
The 2020 Regina Homicide Victim List is available here.
Saskatchewan RCMP responded to a report of a deceased, male found outside of a rural location in the RM of Frenchman Butte SK.
Police have identified the victim as 26-year-old Braeden Alfred James Sparvier, and said based on the investigation the death os Sparvier has been deemed a homicide. The cause of death has not been released at this time.
Anyone with information that would be helpful to the investigation, is asked to call Turtleford RCMP at 306-845-4520.
Prince Albert RCMP received a report of an injured 17-year-old female at the Wahpeton Dakota Nation Health Centre just after 12:00am on December 26th.
Police determined the injuries of the female were the result of an assault and went to the residence on the Wahpeton Dakota Nation where the assault occurred. On arrival police located Zellall Highway, 19, of the Wahpeton Dakota Nation, suffering from life-threatening injuries. Highway was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Nathan Waditaka, 19, has been charged with Second Degree Murder, Aggravated Assault and Sexual Assault.
Regina police responded to a report of an unresponsive man lying on the street in the 1200 block of Queen Street, on December 1st at approximately 4:00am.
Police and paramedics arrived to find 23-year-old Keenan Scott Toto lying injured on the street. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Anyone with information that could assist in this investigation is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or contact Crimes Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS)
The death of Toto is the 9th Regina Homicide of 2019. The 2019 Regina Homicide Victim List is available here.
Regina police responded to a report of a deceased male in the 1800 block of St. John Street, at approximately 11:20 p.m., on November 7.
Police and paramedics arrived to find the deceased man. Police secured the scene and requested additional resources including the Coroner, Forensic Identification and Major Crimes. The victim has been identified as Jordan Gaiton Denton, 28, of Regina.,
The victim’s identity will not be released pending further investigation. Anyone who has information to offer is encouraged to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500.
The 2019 Regina Homicide List is available here.
Police said Jenaya Mary Wapemoose, 22, was last seen March 27, 2019, in Regina and her last social media post was on April 7th, 2019. Family members reported Wapemoose missing on May 7th, 2019.
Police followed up on possible sightings and re-checking addresses she might typically visit to no avail. On October 26th, 2019, human remains were discovered in an area northeast of Regina. Police said though the identity of the remains has not been confirmed they are working with the help of the Saskatchewan Coroner’s Service, and the Regina Police Service Forensic Identification Unit.
Police have arrested Eric Lee Alvin Kakakaway, 25, on October 28th and charged him with second-degree murder and offering an indignity to a human body. Jeannette Mavis Kakakaway, 30, was also arrested and charged with accessory to murder after the fact.
The 2019 Regina Homicide Victim List is available here.
Battlefords RCMP received a report of a male injured in a residence on the 100 block of 26th Street West on October 18th at approximately 1:30am.
Police arrived to find Ryan John Gatzke, 27, suffering from serious injuries. Gatzke was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced deceased. Initially, police said the death was considered suspicious, however based on the information gathered through the investigation, Saskatchewan RCMP can confirm Ryan John Gatzke was the victim of a homicide.
Anyone with information is asked to call Battlefords RCMP at 306-446-1720 or to contact Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).
Prince Albert Police responded to a report of an assault in the area around 12th Street and Fourth Avenue on August 28th at approximately 4:00am.
Police and paramedics located a 19-year-old male suffering from several stab wounds. The victim was rushed to hospital where he died of his injuries.
Police located several witnesses and took a 19-year-old man into custody in relation to this incident. The Suspect is facing a second degree murder charge.
Anyone who was in the area early Wednesday, or who may have witnessed this incident, is urged to contact police at 306-953-4222
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Police had been focussing on locating Kam and Bryer when their vehicle had been located on fire and the two were missing. RCMP have since released that Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky are no longer consider missing. McLeod and Schmegelsky are being treated as suspects in the Dease Lake murder of Leonard Dyck, who was discovered deceased about 2 kilometres south of their vehicle fire and the double homicide of Lucas Fowler and Chynna Deese.
Police said the pair were spotted in northern Saskatchewan driving a grey 2011 Toyota Rav 4. Kam Mcleod and Bryer Schmegelsky should be considered dangerous. If you see either suspect do not approach – and call 911 immediately.
Kam McLeod is described as:
- 6 foot 4
- Approximately 169 pounds
- Dark brown hair and facial hair
- Brown eyes
Bryer Schmegelsky is described as:
- 6 foot 4
- Approximately 169 pounds
- Sandy brown hair
Anyone with information is asked to call the Major Crime Tipline at 1-877-543-4822 or 778-290-5291.
On Monday, July 22, RCMP responded to a report of a vehicle fire in the Gillam. Police have now confirmed the vehicle is the same vehicle the suspects were traveling in. Manitoba RCMP has set up a check-stop at the intersection of PR 280 and PR 290, the road leading into Gillam.
Update July 27th
RCMP have started to canvass every home and building in the Gillam area as well as Fox Lake Cree Nation. The canvass began earlier this morning and is expected to last for another 48 hours.
Update August 2nd,
Items directly linked to the suspects were located on the shoreline of the Nelson River. The discovery of the items allowed police to narrow down the search.
Update August 7th
On Aug 7th at approximately 10:00 am, RCMP located two male bodies in the dense brush, approximately 1 km from where the items were found. An autopsy will be performed in Winnipeg to confirm the identities and to determine the cause of death. Police said, “We are confident that these are the bodies of the two suspects wanted in connection with the homicides in British Columbia.”
An autopsy was completed in Manitoba and RCMP confirm that the two died in what appears to be suicides by gunfire. Police believe McLeod and Schmegelsky were dead for a number of days before being found. Two guns were located with the two deceased, and forensic analysis is underway in order to confirm that these weapons are connected with the northern BC homicide investigations.