Tactical, crisis teams respond to weapons call in Saskatoon

Officers responded to a weapon call at a residence in the 100 block of Stillwater Drive. Nathaniel Dove / Global News

Saskatoon police arrested four people Sunday morning after receiving reports of guns in a house.

The Saskatoon Police Service tactical support unit and crisis negotiation team arrived at the house, located at 109 Stillwater Dr., at 5:40 a.m., an officer told Global News.

Police arrested four people shortly after 8 a.m. but remained in front of the house and restricted vehicles and pedestrians from accessing the street for approximately another five hours.

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The officer said that police were waiting to ensure the house was empty and for a warrant allowing them to access the property. The warrant was received at around 12:20 p.m.

Officers, clad in body armour and equipped with large rifles, searched the house before leaving the area and reopening the street at 1 p.m.

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The investigation is ongoing and “firearms charges are expected,” the officer said.

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