Update: Pinehouse RCMP requests public assistance locating wanted male

November 30, 2021
Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan

News release


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On November 30, 2021, investigation determined that Jerry Tinker was at a residence in Pinehouse.

Pinehouse RCMP, Saskatchewan RCMP's Police Dog Services and Ministry of Environment Conservation Officers attended the location. Police officers entered the residence and located and arrested Tinker on his outstanding warrants.

He has also been charged with:

  • 2 counts, resist/obstruct peace officer, Section 129(a), Criminal Code
  • 2 counts, fail to comply with release order, Section 145(5)(a), Criminal Code
  • 1 count, fail to comply with probation order, Section 733.1(1), Criminal Code

He will appear in La Ronge Provincial Court on December 2, 2021.

"I would like the thank the community of Pinehouse for their assistance in locating him," says Sgt. Daniel Lozinski. "I'm always heartened to see how committed the people of Pinehouse are to keeping their community safe. We have a great partnership."



Pinehouse RCMP requests the public's assistance locating a wanted male, Jerry Tinker.

On November 10, 2021, Tinker was charged with failure to comply with two court-directed conditions – to report to a probations officer and to enrol/comply with electronic monitoring. As a result, a warrant for his arrest has been issued.

The breached conditions were related to a September 2021 investigation that resulted in Tinker being charged with one count of uttering threats against a person, Section 264.1(1)(a) and one count of resist/obstruct peace officer, Section 129(a), Criminal Code. These charges are still before the courts.

Pinehouse RCMP officers are actively trying to locate Tinker. They urge anyone with information about his whereabouts to report it to police.

Tinker is described as 6' tall and 185 lb. He has black hair and brown eyes. A photo of him is attached. He could be in Pinehouse or Prince Albert, but this has not been confirmed.

If you see him or know where he is, do not approach him. Immediately call your local police service. Information can also be submitted anonymously through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or online at www.saskcrimestoppers.com.

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