3 Pikangikum Evacuees Charged with Assault and More


(REGINA, SK) โ€“ Three males are facing charges after two incidents alleged to have occurred over the weekend on the University of Regina campus, in the 3700 block of Wascana Parkway.ย  All three males are temporary residents at the University of Regina, being among the evacuees to Regina from the Northern Ontario First Nation of Pikangikum.


In the first incident, at approximately 7:15 p.m. on July 12th, police were dispatched to 3737 Wascana Parkway for a report of a fight that occurred in one of the residence towers.ย  The victim, a 24 year-old male was assisted by EMS.ย  Investigation led to identification of two males alleged to have committed the assault on the victim.ย  The males were taken into custody without further incident and subsequently charged.

Nineteen year-old Edward Dawson Wade KEEPER (need picture) and 22 year-old Darian MOOSE (pictured) are charged with assault Causing Bodily Harm [267(b) CC].ย  ย KEEPER is also charged with a Breach of Recognizance [811 CC].ย  KEEPER and MOOSE made their court appearances on these charges in Provincial Court at 9:30 a.m. this morning, Monday, July 15, 2019.

In the second incident, on July 13thย at approximately 4:09 a.m., Campus Security on rounds in one of the residence buildings was alerted to the sound of an altercation in one of the rooms.ย  Police attended to assist and upon entering, located a 28 year-old female who had sustained serious injuries consistent with a physical altercation.ย  Investigation led to the arrest of a 29 year-old male in the same living quarters.

A 29 year-old male is charged with Aggravated Assault [268(1) CC] and Disobeying Court Order [127 CC]. The name of the accused will not be released by the Regina Police Service at this time because this is a domestic-related assault and naming the accused could serve to identify the victim of this aggravated assault.ย  The accused made his first court appearance on these charges in Provincial Court at 9:30 a.m. this morning, Monday, July 15, 2019.


Source: Regina Police


3 Replies to “3 Pikangikum Evacuees Charged with Assault and More”

  1. What is wrong with these people? Do they not appreciate it when someone helps them? When are they going to smarten up! Always crying for help, but then bite the hands that help them. How can others show care when they apparently don’t know how to respond to kindness and care about the ones trying to help!!!

  2. Alcohol, drugs, violence & Gladue. Yin & Yang of the culture.

    No need to accept responsibility. Our society has carved out a special niche for their repetitive misbehaviour without consequences. And, god forbid FN leadership to accept their responsibility to manage the conduct of their people.

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