Two people being accused of a sizable crime spree, including several incidents in the Outlook and surrounding Lake Diefenbaker area appeared in a Saskatoon court room two weeks ago.
Cody Kemick, 37, and Chantal Dubois, 40, appeared in Saskatoon Provincial Court via closed circuit television on May 6 for bail hearings after being arrested on May 2.
The pair face numerous criminal charges, including possession of stolen property. Kemick was also charged with nine other counts of possession of stolen property, three counts of break and enter, one count of theft and one count of mischief for other incidents throughout central Saskatchewan.
Dubois is also charged with six additional counts of possession of stolen property and break and enter for other incidents across central Saskatchewan.
Kemick and Dubois were arrested after Saskatoon Provincial GIS along with officers from Saskatoon, Outlook, Rosetown and Humboldt detachments executed a search warrant at Kemick’s residence in Saskatoon.
A search of Kemick’s residence resulted in police seizing roughly $35,000 worth of stolen property, including items such as computers, electronic devices, tools, ammunition, clothing, and hair salon products. Such items are believed to be from a number of break-and-enter incidents that happened in the communities of Conquest, Dinsmore, Milden, Lucky Lake, Rosetown, Kerrobert, Aberdeen, Humboldt, Unity, and Saskatoon.
Kemick is scheduled to appear again in Saskatoon Provincial Court on June 3 to enter a plea and decide on how he wants to be tried. Meanwhile, Dubois, who also has not entered a plea, is scheduled to appear in the same court on July 22 to decide how she wants to be tried.