The case against a man charged in connection to numerous break and enter and thefts across Central Saskatchewan was adjourned in Saskatoon Provincial Court.
Cody Kemick, 37, had an appearance scheduled on June 3 for plea and election.
Kemick, and co-accused Chantal Dubois, 40, face numerous theft charges from incidents throughout central Saskatchewan.
A joint RCMP investigation involving several detachments was initially launched by the Saskatoon CMP Provincial General Investigation Section to determine who was responsible for the crimes.
Evidence that was gathered throughout the investigation, including surveillance videos, revealed an unknown male and a white Ford F150 truck was present at various crime scenes. With the assistance of several RCMP detachments and Saskatoon Police Service, more information about the truck was received. Officers were able to identify the owner of the vehicle and the male in the surveillance videos as 37-year-old Cody Kemick.
Kemick and Dubois were arrested on May 2 after RCMP Provincial GIS from Saskatoon, along with officers from Saskatoon, Outlook, Rosetown and Humboldt detachments executed a search warrant at Cody Kemick’s home in Saskatoon.
A search of the residence resulted in the seizure of approximately $35,000 worth of stolen property which included items such as tools, computers, electronic devices, ammunition, cheques, hair salon products, lottery tickets and clothing. These items are believed to be from break and-enters into several businesses, residences and vehicles in Lucky Lake, Dinsmore, Rosetown, Kerrobert, Aberdeen, Humboldt, Milden, Conquest and Saskatoon.
Dubois is scheduled to appear in Saskatoon Provincial Court on July 22 to elect how she wants to be tried. She hasn’t entered a plea.
Kemick is scheduled to appear again in Saskatoon Provincial Court on July 23 to enter a plea and election. A bench warrant to hold was issued on June 3.