Six people, including four youths, have been arrested after a man was found severely beaten in his home in Sandy Bay.
Around 1:40 a.m. Nov. 21, RCMP in the community were called to the scene of a suspected group assault involving people threatening to injure a man at his home.
When police arrived, they found a 26-year-old man inside the home severely injured. Officers provided first aid to the victim before EMS could reach the home. According to RCMP, the interior of the home was trashed, with “numerous windows broken and furniture and appliances severely damaged.”
The victim was flown to Saskatoon via air ambulance and has suffered what RCMP called “serious, life-threatening” injuries.
After receiving help from the General Investigation Section in Prince Albert, six people were arrested, including 24-year-old Fabian Morin and 19-year-old Kobe Ray. The other four arrested parties cannot be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Charges in relation to the incident have not been released.
All four accused were scheduled to make their first court appearances Nov. 25 in Prince Albert provincial court.