RCMP use spike belt, K9 unit to catch suspect in stolen truck on Sturgeon Lake First Nation

On Monday, Prince Albert RCMP responded to a report that a stolen truck was spotted on Sturgeon Lake First Nation, Sask. Investigation determined the driver may be connected criminal activity, including robberies, over the weekend.

Officers responded immediately setting up a spike belt and disabling the truck.

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The driver jumped out of the vehicle and fled on foot. He was located and arrested with the help of Prince Albert Police Dog Services.

Thirty-year-old Joshua Naytowhow of Sturgeon Late First Nation has been charged with resisting arrest, robbery with firearm, pointing a firearm, uttering threats, failure to stop a motor vehicle while being pursued by a peace officer, possession of weapon while prohibited, and possession of weapon contrary to order.

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Naytowhow was also wanted on an outstanding warrant from Prince Albert RCMP.

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