A North Battleford man has been charged by the Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation unit.
According to a release, on May 9, members of the Saskatchewan ICE unit and members of the North Battleford RCMP General Investigations Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in North Battleford in relation to an investigation involving the possession and accessing of child pornography between January and May 2019. Several computers and digital storage devices were seized during the search warrant for further forensic examination.
Cameron Froese, age 54, of North Battleford was arrested at the scene and has been charged with:
Accessing child pornography – Sec. 163.1 (4.1) C.C.
He was released on May 9, before a Justice of the Peace and will be appearing in North Battleford Provincial Court on June 3 at 2 pm.
The Saskatchewan ICE Unit is comprised of investigators from the RCMP, Regina Police Service, Saskatoon Police Service, and Prince Albert Police Service. Their mandate is to investigate crimes involving the abuse and/or exploitation of children on the Internet.