Third arrest made in Fort Qu'Appelle homicide
RCMP say they have made a third arrest and are looking for two other people in connection with a homicide in Fort Qu'Appelle last week.
Mounties say 20-year-old Jesse Aaron Laswisse from the Standing Buffalo First Nation turned himself in to police Tuesday night.
Laswisse was wanted on charges of robbery with violence, accessory after the fact to murder and accessory after the fact to aggravated assault.
Police say two other men still remain at large.
Kelfert Wayne Watetch, 20, from Regina is wanted on charges of second-degree murder and robbery with violence.
Preston Clarence Buffalocalf, 25, from the Okannesse First Nation is wanted on a charge of robbery with violence.
Last Thursday, RCMP arrested 23-year-old Cassidy Aaron Goforth from the Peepeekeesis First Nation on an unrelated matter.
Goforth is charged with robbery with violence. He is scheduled to appear in court in Fort Qu'Appelle next Monday.
Police say similar charges are pending against a second male suspect who was arrested earlier this week.
On Monday, homicide investigators searched a home on the Standing Buffalo First Nation.
Last Thursday, RCMP in Fort Qu'Appelle responded to a report of a 22-year-old man with stab wounds at a home on Craigleith Avenue.
Mounties say the stabbing happened during a house party that involved alcohol.
Joseph Lyle Bellegarde was taken to the All Nations Healing Hospital, where he later died.
Anyone with information about the stabbing or the whereabouts of the two suspects still at large is being asked to call Fort Qu'Appelle RCMP at 332-2222 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.