An 18-year-old male is facing a charge of attempted murder in connection with a stabbing that occurred on the White Bear First Nation.
Carlyle RCMP were called to the stabbing in the evening of November 16. The victim, a 39-year-old male, suffered serious injuries, but was conscious when police arrived. He was transported to local hospital for treatment, and then taken to hospital in Regina, where he remained through November 19.
As members of the RCMP were investigating the stabbing, they heard a collision on Highway 9. RCMP attended to the collision and discovered Mallory Maxie, an 18-year-old male from White Bear, had been struck by a passing motorist after Maxie wandered into the lanes.
The 18-year-old was airlifted by STARS Air Ambulance to hospital in Regina. He was also still in hospital as of November 19.
Maxie has since been charged with attempted murder.
He has been remanded until November 21, when he will be making an appearance, pending a release from the hospital, in Carlyle Provincial Court at 10 a.m.
The Carlyle RCMP are investigating the incidents, with assistance from the Provincial GIS out of Regina and members from Regina detachment. Also assisting with the investigation is the RCMP Forensic Identification Unit and an RCMP Traffic Re-constructionist.