A man who was rescued from the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon has been charged with theft.
Saskatoon police mentioned they obtained a name Tuesday night man was strolling within the river close to the CPR Train Bridge.
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They then obtained a second name stating the man was holding a bridge pillar.
Officers situated the man, who was intoxicated.
The Saskatoon Fire Department water rescue group was known as in they usually introduced the man to shore.
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Police ran a examine on the 37-year-outdated man and located that he was needed for theft.
He has been charged and an look in Saskatoon provincial courtroom is pending.
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