La Ronge investigation continues; two outstanding people on warrants

June 24, 2022
La Ronge, Saskatchewan

News release


22-year-old Celine Charles
36-year-old Allan Sanderson

Two people were arrested in Saskatoon Wednesday evening and two are outstanding with warrants for their arrest in relation to a dangerous person with firearm investigation in La Ronge. The Saskatchewan RCMP would like to acknowledge and thank the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations and the Lac La Ronge Indian Band for their continued support during this ongoing investigation.

Investigation resulted in the arrest of Terrance Daigneault the evening of June 22, 2022 at a business on Northridge Drive in Saskatoon. Terrance was arrested without incident by Saskatoon Police Service Guns and Gangs, Tactical Support, K9, and Patrol units and the Saskatchewan RCMP.

Terrance will appear in La Ronge Provincial Court on June 24 at 9:30 a.m.

24-year-old Nikeyta Bradfield of La Ronge was also arrested at the business. She is charged with two counts, knowing that Terrance Arnold Daigneault had attempted to murder (RCMP officer) while using a firearm by discharging the firearm at said (RCMP officer), did assist Terrance Arnold Daigneault for the purpose of enabling Terrance Arnold Daigneault to escape, contrary to section 239(1)(a) of the Criminal Code; Nikeyta will appear in La Ronge Provincial Court on June 24 at 9:30 a.m.

Celine Charles and Allan Sanderson have not been located. They may be in the communities of La Ronge, Prince Albert or Saskatoon, but this is not confirmed. They are considered dangerous and the public should not approach them. Anyone with tips or information regarding their whereabouts can contact their local police service or RCMP, call 911 or report information anonymously through Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-8477.

The morning of June 23, 2022 a search warrant was executed by the Saskatchewan RCMP's Critical Incident Response Team at a residence on the 1300 block of Kowalski Road in La Ronge in relation to this investigation. No charges have been laid in relation to this.

There will continue to be an increased police presence in the La Ronge area through this weekend in relation to this ongoing investigation.



Updated: "We do not want to see continued violence" - FSIN & RCMP seek peaceful resolution to ongoing investigation and search for three wanted people


As a result of continued investigation by the Saskatchewan RCMP into the dangerous person with firearm incident in La Ronge, 22-year-old Celine Charles of La Ronge is charged with one count of obstruction, section 129 of the Criminal Code. A warrant has been issued for her arrest. Investigation has determined Celine is the third, unaccounted for female after the incident occurred in La Ronge on June 19.

Celine is described as being 5'4" tall, 112 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. She has a rose tattoo on her left hand, a heart and flame tattoo on her left arm and "Charles" tattooed on her chest.

36-year-old Allan Sanderson of La Ronge is wanted for obstruction and unauthorized possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle. Allan Sanderson has not been located and police are actively looking for him.

If you see Celine or Allan, DO NOT approach them and contact police immediately by calling 911 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.

This investigation is ongoing. Additional information about this incident previously released is available here.

"Our community members shouldn't have to be fearful of the thoughtless actions of those who choose to participate in criminal activity. This past weekend, people's lives were put on hold by an emergency alert, which is reserved for the most serious of incidents. Community events were cancelled, businesses closed and residents sheltered in the safety of their homes. The threat was real: there's evidence multiple bullets struck a responding RCMP vehicle and charges of attempted murder were laid," says Supt. Ted Munro, Saskatchewan RCMP North District Commander. "The Saskatchewan RCMP is working tirelessly to locate and arrest those responsible. The community and leadership must work in partnership with us to discourage and prevent criminal activity on all levels – this includes providing tips and information on the whereabouts of these wanted individuals. We urge you – Celine, Terrance and Allan – please safely turn yourselves in. If the public has information, report it to police or anonymously through Crime Stoppers."

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations represents 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan. FSIN Vice Chief Dutch Lerat, responsible for the Justice Portfolio, and the Executive of the FSIN, are deeply concerned for the wellbeing of the entire community, which includes our First Nations, our RCMP members, and the young men who are currently wanted for this incident. "We do not want to see continued violence and we do not want anyone hurt, or worse. We urge these young men to turn themselves in peacefully and seek our spirituality for traditional healing; your Family loves you and your Federation will be there for you", states Vice Chief Lerat.

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