Canada Motorist facing charges after moving barricade to an active crime scene in Saskatoon

18:55  02 december  2019
18:55  02 december  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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  Woman facing charges related to Candace Stevens homicide wants out of custody Wendy Gail Losier, 42, appeared in Fredericton court Monday morning for a show cause hearing. Her lawyer Ben Reentovich argued for Losier to be released on conditions. The Moncton woman is accused of comforting or assisting James Curtis, also known as James Knight, on or about Oct. 26, 2018, for the purpose of enabling him to escape.The charge sheet alleges she knew he killed Stevens. Knight has been confirmed dead by police.© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Wendy Gail Losier, 42, of Moncton is facing two charges in connection with the homicide of Candace Stevens, 31, of Fredericton, in October 2018.

“ Crime scene management, and evidence management as a critical part of that, must be learned and incorporated into the investigator’s toolkit.” This becomes more complicated in outdoor venues or large indoor public venues, where fencing and barricades may be needed along with tape markers to

In this criminal enterprise, Don Akariri-Buckley had one job but the whole affair turned into a chapter of errors. As he made a dangerous dash from a crime scene , a getaway driver - with his two accomplices in tow - crashed into another car, leaving an unsuspecting motorist injured and forcing

a car parked on the side of a road: A file photo of a Saskatoon police vehicle.© File / Global News A file photo of a Saskatoon police vehicle.

It was a tough 12 hours for Saskatoon police and first responders over the weekend.

After responding to the first of two serious collisions on Friday night, a motorist was charged for allegedly moving a barricade and driving towards an active investigation area.

According to a tweet from the SPS Traffic Unit on Saturday morning, a motorist exited his car, moved a barricade and drove in the direction of an active police investigation.

The motorist has been charged with tampering with a traffic sign and driving on the wrong side of the road.

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Emergency personnel want to remind residents to obey road closures during emergencies.

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