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Slow driver stopped by Kamsack RCMP, found to have no license

A slow-moving vehicle piqued the Kamsack RCMP's interest.
Kamsack RCMP
Kamsack RCMP has found a nail gun, discovered a motorist driving without a valid driver’s license, and charged a person with mischief.

KAMSACK — Kamsack RCMP responded to 36 calls from Jan. 7 to Jan. 13. This included: two disturb the peace calls, eight mischief calls, three mental health calls, one fraud call, one impaired driving file, an assault call among a handful of other occurrences.


Nail gun found

Kamsack RCMP has located a nail gun and air compressor. If anyone in the public has lost an item like this and has proof of ownership, please attend the Kamsack detachment to reclaim your item.


Routine vehicle stop

Kamsack RCMP stopped a female in Kamsack who was driving under the speed limit. This piqued our interest as we were wondering why they were driving so slowly. It was later found out she was driving without a valid driver’s license.



Kamsack RCMP responded to a call from a male in the Pelly area that his tires had been slashed. Members investigated this mischief file and later located the suspect. He admitted to committing the offence and was then arrested and charged for Mischief damage to property.


Winter weather reminder

Kamsasck RCMP would like to remind drivers of the following winter driving tips.

  • Scrape all the ice off your windows before driving – if you can't see, you can't drive safely!
  • Remove all snow from your vehicle, including from your headlights, taillights and roof.
  • Slow down on slippery or snowy roads.
  • Be gentle and smooth when you accelerate, brake or steer.
  • Using cruise control on icy or snowy roads can be dangerous. If you skid, your vehicle will accelerate and rapidly spin its wheels as it tries to maintain a constant speed.
  • Be prepared for anything: consider stocking your vehicle with extra warm clothes, candles, matches, non-perishable snacks, a snow shovel, traction mats, booster cables and a tow rope or chain.
  • If you become stranded on the highway, do not leave your vehicle. Turn on your vehicle periodically to warm up, but try to conserve fuel. Make sure your tailpipe remains clear of ice and snow, or carbon monoxide could potentially seep into your vehicle.
  • Plan your trips and let family or friends know of your route and time of arrival to destinations.
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