Replace – Firearm Discharged/Ongoing Investigation


The Saskatoon Police Service has laid a lot of drug-related costs after responding to a report of individuals damaging autos early Tuesday morning within the 200 block of Akhtar Bend.

After discovering proof of a discharged firearm, when Cops entered the residence to test for any injured individuals, they noticed a big quantity of psilocybin. The officers secured the residence and obtained a search warrant which was executed Tuesday night.

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Because of the search warrant, investigators seized substantial quantities of psilocybin and different supplies associated to the manufacturing of psilocybin together with Rubbermaid containers and mason jars of psilocybin ‘spores’. Police additionally seized THC capsules, THC extracts packaged for distribution, arduous cocaine, gentle cocaine, suspected heroin, suspected MDMA, $480 money, a cell system, two digital scales, a lab high and a pc tower.

A 25-year-old man is charged with Manufacturing of Psilocybin, Possession of Cocaine, Heroin, LSD, and MDMA, Possession for the Goal of Trafficking Psilocybin, Proceeds of Crime Beneath $5000 and Illicit Possession of Hashish below the Hashish Act. (Court docket Data #’s 991139692, 991139749)


September 15, 2020 5:14 PM

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Saskatoon Police are at present investigating after Patrol officers responded to a report of an individual damaging autos within the 200 block of Akhtar Bend at roughly 1:50 a.m., September 15, 2020.

Additional investigation by Patrol officers on the scene discovered that as two folks have been seen exiting an residence, a firearm was discharged. Officers positioned shell instances on the bottom and upon additional investigation, discovered that the entrance door to an residence was ajar. Police entered the suite to test to see if anybody was injured and in want of help, nevertheless no one was inside. Police stay on scene investigating.

Anybody with data on this incident is requested to contact Saskatoon Police at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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