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Stolen, loaded firearm and cocaine seized in Kisbey; three people charged

Firearms and drug charges laid
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Three people have been arrested in Kisbey and charged with several infractions.

KISBEY - Three people were arrested and charged with multiple offences in Kisbey on Tuesday.

According to an e-mail from the Saskatchewan RCMP, members of the Carlyle RCMP and Saskatchewan RCMP’s Regina Crime Reduction Team executed a search warrant on Charles Street in the village.

The RCMP says officers located and seized a loaded restricted firearm that had been allegedly stolen, along with 52 grams of cocaine packaged in small bags, and a sum of cash.

Two males and one female were arrested without incident at the residence, according to RCMP.

Demitrius Standingready, 21, of Kisbey, Jordan Desjarlais, 27, of Regina, and Kiera Shingoose, 20, of Kisbey, are charged with one count each of possession of stolen property, possession of a weapon with readily accessible ammunition, unauthorized possession of a firearm, possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose and careless storage of a firearm, all under the Criminal Code, and one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

In addition, Standingready was charged with two counts of breach of a release order, and Desjarlais was charged with five counts of breach of a release order, and one count of obstructing a peace officer.

None of the charges have been proven in court. 

Standingready and Desjarlais were to appear in Estevan Provincial Court on Nov. 25. Shingoose will appear in Carlyle Provincial Court on Dec. 22.