Violent offender overdue at Regina halfway house, police say
Sasakamoose has contacts in Saskatoon, police say
A man considered a high risk to re-offend is now the subject of a Canada-wide warrant after failing to return to a halfway house in Regina.
Mitchell Lawrence Sasakamoose, 49, has a lengthy history of violent offences. Police had issued a notice about Sasakamoose when he arrived at the halfway house June 6.
According to police, his offences have often involved the use of weapons. They say he also has contacts in both Regina and Saskatoon and is believed to have the resources to travel, so it is possible he has left Regina.
Police say anyone who spots him should call their local police.
Sasakamoose is 5 feet, 8 inches tall and weighs about 158 pounds. He has numerous tattoos on his arms and back. Among them:
- A heart with two roses.
- A forearm tattoo of a skull, rose, heart and ribbon "Lisa".
- A marijuana leaf on his right upper arm.
- On his left forearm is a tattoo of an eagle.
- On his left upper arm is a rose with "Cherity Patricia" on the ribbon.
- On his upper back is a tattoo of a crowned lady on a horse.
Police also noted he has a history of substance abuse.
Regina police can be reached at 306-777-6500.