Both of the co-accused in the methamphetamine and weapons bust from June 12 had their cases dealt with in Melfort Provincial Court on Tuesday, July 18. Robert Sauter, 45-years-old of Melfort had a bail hearing and judge James Rybchuk agreed to release Sauter after he gets an electronic monitoring device. Sauter’s case was adjourned to August 8 in Melfort Provincial Court. There will be a delay with the device until a landline is installed in his house and he will remain in custody.
Preston Croswell of Weldon, who was charged with a number of firearm offenses after an incident last week, made his first court appearance on Tuesday, July 18 in Melfort Provincial Court. Croswell was held in custody until his next appearance, which will be on Tuesday, August 15. Crown and Defense agreed to have an evaluation on his mental fitness to stand trial and see if he was not criminally responsible they also requested a Bail Verification Report.
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan opens their new season on July 5 and the productions this year have two Melfort connections. Director Skye Brandon and actress Carmen Grant both have roots in Melfort and have returned to their home province for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. Brandon and his family were in Melfort until 2002 when his dad Gary left his job as the golf pro and manager at the Melfort Golf and Country Club for one in Dauphin.
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Selecting a term
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