Friday November 28, 2014

Child abuse suspect arrested


A month-long investigation in the case of  severely injured infant has come to an end with the arrest of a 22-year-old Cote First Nation man.

Levar Shingoose is currently in custody facing one charge of aggravated assault.

On July 29, Kamsack RCMP responded to report of a severely injured two-month-old child at Kamsack hospital. Due to the nature of the injuries, police immediately began an investigation with  the assistance of Yorkton and Regina Forensic Identification Sections, Yorkton, Regina, and Saskatoon General Investigative Sections, and Prince Albert Polygraph Section.

On August 27, Shingoose was arrested and remanded in custody. He is scheduled to appear in Yorkton provincial court September 4 at 9:30 a.m.



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