RCMP Round-up for July 15th through 24th

    Yukon RCMP's Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) arrested 20-year-old Abdullah Sidat on On July 21st. On July 23rd, CRU officers conducted a traffic stop in downtown Whitehorse and arrested Ronald Asuchak, 62 and Helen Tizya, 47.

    The RCMP continue to round-up offenders and drug traffickers in the Whitehorse area.

    On July 21st, Yukon RCMP's Crime Reduction Unit (CRU) arrested 20-year-old Abdullah Sidat and executed a search warrant at a residence on College Drive in Whitehorse.

    The following was seized from the residence:

    A handgun which was determined to be stolen from Washington State, USA;


    Cell phones.

    Mr. Sidat is charged with the following:

    Trafficking a Controlled Substance;

    Various firearms charges under the Criminal Code, including Possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose, and Possession of a loaded prohibited weapon.

    Abdullah Sidat has been released by the Yukon Territorial Court and will appear in court again on August 19, 2020.


    On July 23rd, CRU officers conducted a traffic stop in downtown Whitehorse, resulting in the arrest of two individuals and the seizure of:


    Cell phones;

    Digital scales;

    An amount of suspected cocaine;

    An amount of suspected Fentanyl;

    A quantity of Codeine and Diazepam tablets.

    Ronald Asuchak, 62 and Helen Tizya, 47, are charged with the following offences:

    Trafficking a Controlled Substance;

    Possession of a Controlled Substance for the Purpose of Trafficking x 4;

    Possession of Property Obtained by Crime.

    Mr. Asuchak was held in custody for court on July 28th, 2020. Ms. Tiyza was released by the Territorial Court of the Yukon on conditions and will next appear in court on August 19th, 2020.

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