The investigation into the death of Logan Curtis Ring is ongoing. Tips from the public continue to come in and investigators are actively following up on them.
It is believed Logan may have been in and around the Swift Current area on the evening/early morning of November 16-17, 2016. We are asking for the public’s assistance in determining the details of Logan’s whereabouts and movements during this time.
Logan commonly wore his red curly hair in a ponytail style
Logan had a blue, 1991 Ford Explorer registered to him
If you recall seeing Logan on November 16-17, or if you have any information (big or small) that might assist this investigation please call RCMP Swift Current Rural Detachment at 306-778-5550 or contact Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or on-line at www.saskcrimestoppers.com
21 year-old, Logan Curtis Ring (name released with permission of the family) was located deceased at approximately 10:30 a.m. on November 17 in the parking lot of the “Rings, Ruts and Remnants Interpretive Trail” in the park, on the south shore of Lake Diefenbaker, just off Hwy #4. The victim was found in close proximity to a blue, 1991 Ford Explorer that was registered to him. Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park is located approximately 50 kms. North of Swift Current.
Traffic in and out of the park and parking lot from November 14 -17
any descriptions of people or vehicles observed in the area during that same time
Logan Ring’s activities and whereabouts prior to his death
Anyone with information that might assist this investigation is asked to call RCMP Swift Current Rural Detachment at 306-778-5550 or contact Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or on-line at www.saskcrimestoppers.com
On Thursday, November 17, 2016 at approximately 10:30 a.m., Swift Current Rural RCMP were advised of an unresponsive adult male who was located in a rural area north of Swift Current east of Highway #4. RCMP and Swift Current EMS attended at which time the male was pronounced deceased.
Saturday will mark ten years since Misha Pavelick’s death (in 2006). To date, no charges have been laid in relation to Misha’s death.
At an investigational update in 2009, we stated that nearly 200 people at the party the night Misha was killed had been spoken to and 125 formal interviews obtained. Since 2009, many of these individuals have been re-interviewed and the investigation is ongoing.
Ten years is a significant amount of time. Lives and people change. One thing that has not wavered is our dedication to solving Misha’s murder.
We are encouraging anyone with information, however big or small, about the night Misha was killed to come forward. We understand this can be difficult to do and encourage those who are anxious to provide information anonymously through Crime Stoppers.
We want to reiterate a message of caution to those people contemplating hosting, organizing or attending a bush, pit or pre-graduation party. Party details can spread quickly through social media and the tone of any gathering can change quickly and with tragic results. Be cautious and be careful; choices that you or someone else make could compromise your safety.
Statement from Misha Pavelick’s family:
MISHA WILLIAM PAVELICK
September 20, 1986 – May 22, 2006
Ten years have passed since the tragic and needless death of our dear Misha. He died on May 21 2006 near Regina Beach. He was 19 years old.
We understand the depth of grief and sorrow because we are still experiencing it. We remember and miss Misha daily. He was a loving and caring son, brother, nephew and cousin. He had many cherished friends.
Misha brimmed with energy. He enjoyed competitive sports and played on several city hockey, lacrosse and soccer teams. When he was nine he caught his first fish on the first cast. He was always keen to play a round of golf with Dad, no matter how challenging. There were lots of high fives, hugs and laughs. Misha loved music and was learning to play bass.
Misha’s death remains unsolved. Many things happen in ten years. People change, thinking and beliefs evolve and old unhealthy allegiances end. It’s time for you to step up. We urge you to help identify the person or persons responsible. It’s possible to do the right thing, if not for Misha, then for yourself and your future.
If you have any information regarding this investigation, call the RCMP Major Crimes Unit at 639-625-3156 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-888-222-8477 or submit a tip anonymously online: /
One year ago, Danielle Nyland went missing. Investigators consider her death to be suspicious in nature.
Investigation has revealed some details related to the night Danielle went missing:
Danielle Nyland was last seen on the morning of June 8, 2015 in the Shellbrook/Holbein/Canwood area. The night Danielle went missing, she was wearing black tights and a black shirt with a very specific pattern: blue, pink and teal arrows and shapes. See attached photograph of her wearing this shirt.
Danielle attended a gathering in the East Flat area of Prince Albert on June 7. At 7:43 a.m. June 8, a black Chevrolet Cruz with four passengers stopped at a business at the intersection of Highway #55 and #3 in Shellbrook. See attached video of the vehicle at 7:43 a.m. June 8.
Shortly after 9:00 a.m. June 8, the same Chevrolet Cruz stopped at the same business with only two passengers. Police located this vehicle in Prince Albert on June 9, 2015 as part of their ongoing investigation.
Danielle was reported missing on June 10, 2015. Multiple extensive searches took place and included “F” Division RCMP Air Services, civilian and RCMP Search and Rescue teams, Tactical Troop, Police Dog Service, and the Underwater Recovery Team.
Danielle’s remains were located in a secluded, wooded area east of Shellbrook on June 19, 2015 at 6:25 p.m. by RCMP searchers. Her cell phone was located 500 meters north of her remains.
Danielle would have been 24 years old on June 15. We know there are individuals who have information regarding her activities and whereabouts prior to her death. If a member of the public recalls seeing or knows the movements of a black Chevrolet Cruz in the Shellbrook area, especially on the morning of June 8, 2015, we encourage you to contact police or Crime Stoppers. No one will know you’ve contacted Crime Stoppers unless you tell someone. As investigators, we remain committed to finding answers relating to Danielle’s death.
- RCMP Major Crime Unit North
Shane was last seen on December 10th to December 11th, 2015 in Saskatoon and was known to frequent various residences and businesses in the Riversdale, Pleasant Hill and Meadowgreen neighbourhoods.
Shane was 37 years old, Caucasian, approximately 5’9 and 140 lbs., short dark hair, blue eyes and had a tattoo of a lion, cross and lamb on his thigh. Shane frequently walked or rode a bicycle and had a history of mental health issues.
If you have information on this crime, contact the RCMP Major Crimes North at (306) 975 – 6819, Crime Stoppers at 1 – 800 – 222 – 8477 or online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com. You do not have to reveal your identity to Crime Stoppers. If you provide information to Crime Stoppers that leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash award.
At approximately 10:00 pm July 7, 2014 LaRonge RCMP were called to a residence at
Morin's Hill on the Lac La Ronge First Nations. 53 year old male McIvor McKenzie was pronounced dead soon after by staff at the La Ronge hospital.
An autopsy was conducted on July 9th, 2014. As a result of the autopsy, La Ronge RCMP in conjunction with Saskatoon Major Crimes are treating the death as a homicide.
La Ronge RCMP are asking that anyone with any information regarding McKenzie’s death is asked to call the RCMP at 425-6730 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP are requesting assistance from the public.
The RCMP Major Crimes Unit, in conjunction with Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP, the RCMP Police Service Dog, and Forensic Identification Section, continue to investigate the death of the 57 year old male, identified as Calvin Laswisse, on Standing Buffalo First Nation. This investigation has been determined his death to be a homicide.
Date last Seen: Evening of October 12th, 1994 in downtown Saskatoon.
Information: Janet Sylvestre, 5' 3", 170lbs, black hair, female first nations person, born October 17, 1956.
On October 13, 1994 the body of Janet Sylvestre was discovered in a wooded area approximately 15 kilometres northwest of the City of Saskatoon. Evidence at the scene revealed that she had been murdered. She was last seen wearing a purple jacket with grey sleeves and collar, blue jeans, flat white shoes and a white sweatshirt. Other distinguishing features were a deformed left arm due to a previous injury, tattoo of the word "Libra" on the right shoulder.
Police are seeking the assistance of the public in the 2005 death of 24 year old Melanie Geddes.
On August 13, 2005 Melanie Geddes was last seen while attending a gathering at a home in the 900 block of Robinson Street in Regina.Those associating with Melanie thought she had left to return to her residence a short distance away. On August 14, 2005 Melanie had been reported missing to Regina Police Service as she never returned home. Regina Police Service conducted an extensive missing person investigation. On December 20, 2005, Melanie Geddes' remains were located on top of the river embankment in an open hay field in the Qu'Appelle valley north of Regina.
Nipawin RCMP and the Saskatoon Historical Case Unit continue to investigate the homicide of Arthur Dorion Jr.? On March 4, 2006, Arthur Dorion Jr, 21 years of age from Cumberland House was found in an alley in the 300 block of 7th Avenue West in Nipawin.
On March 4, 2006, Arthur Dorion Jr, 21 years of age from Cumberland House was found in an alley in the 300 block of 7th Avenue West in Nipawin.? Arthur Dorion Jr. died as a result of being stabbed and the investigation to date has provided police with some information as to his actions in the days leading up to his death.
The Saskatoon Historical Case Unit (Cold Case) is actively investigating a 4 year old unsolved Homicide.
On Wednesday, June 6, 2007 the body of Jeanette CHIEF (48 y/o), of the Onion Lake First Nation was located by a fisherman setting bait traps under a bridge in a rural area about 16 kilometers north of Lloydminster near the small town of Hilmond, Saskatchewan. Jeanette CHIEF was last seen at around midnight on Saturday, June 2nd, 2007 at a local bar in Lloydminster. In January 2011 a new team of investigators reviewed the case and have been actively investigating the incident. New evidence as well as the improvements to Forensic Sciences has brought forward new information that is assisting in this investigation. No further details about the investigation or any potential suspect(s) are being released at this time to ensure the integrity of the case.
Lloydminster RCMP are seeking public assistance in the investigation into the death of 48 year old Jeanette Chief of the Onion Lake First Nation.
Lloydminster RCMP are seeking public assistance in the investigation into the death of 48 year old Jeanette Chief of the Onion Lake First Nation. Her body was located in water about 16 kilometres north of Lloydminster on the morning of Wednesday June 6, 2007. An autopsy performed on the body suggests foul play was involved in her death and the death is being treated as suspicious. Jeanette Chief was last seen in the city of Lloydminster on the afternoon of Saturday June 2, 2007. Anyone who has had contact with her or saw her on or after that day is asked to contact police to help in determining her activities and movements leading up to her death.