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Kamsack RCMP: Breaking into your own house

A Kamsack area woman was spotted breaking into a home. RCMP investigated and found out she was the homeowner.
Kamsack RCMP
Kamsack RCMP responded to 139 calls from Aug. 7 to Aug. 20.

KAMSACK — Kamsack RCMP responded to a break-and-enter in progress within the Kamsack area.

A female was found on the floor sitting in glass. She was cut up and had a large gash in her thumb as a result of attempting to get into the window. Further investigation showed that the female lived in the house. She was intoxicated and had forgotten her key.

If you need to get inside, there are many other options other than breaking a window to your own house. Call police or go to a gas station and call someone.



Kamsack RCMP were called to an assault on a female. Members attended the residence and found a female, badly beaten, in a nearby bush passed out. She was taken to Yorkton hospital where she was treated for her injuries.

The female’s boyfriend was the suspect in this matter. Upon going to arrest him the next day, police saw that he had bandages all over his body as well as injuries to his face.

Both parties were then arrested due to the extent of their injuries.



Kamsack RCMP responded to 139 calls from Aug. 7 to Aug. 20. This includes nine mischief related calls, six assault related files, three suspicious vehicle/person calls, eight disturbing the peace calls, three break-and-enter calls, six wellbeing checks and a few other occurrences.


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