Elderly woman gone missing

An elderly Whitehorse woman has been missing since April. Ann Newall, 64, has left without a trace before, according to family members.

An elderly Whitehorse woman has been missing since April.

Ann Newall, 64, has left without a trace before, according to family members.

But never for this long, said RCMP in a news release.

Newall may have travelled to Alaska. Police are looking for any help in finding her.

She is 160 centimeters tall, Caucasian, and weighs 70 kilograms, according to police.

She has white hair, blue eyes and wears glasses.

Anyone who knows Newall’s current or past whereabouts is asked to call RCMP.

Teen charged in stabbing

A 17-year-old male was medevacd to Vancouver after being stabbed in a Riverdale home early Saturday morning.

Police were called to the residence at around 4:30 a.m., where the teen was found with a stab wound.

A 15-year-old male relative of the victim was later arrested for aggravated assault.

Alcohol may have spurred the violent attack, but the RCMP weren’t divulging the exact relationship between the two.

The older teen was taken to Whitehorse General Hospital before being flown to Vancouver. He is expected to make a full recovery.

Alleged rapist found on the run

A Whitehorse resident who skipped town after being charged with sexual assault was found in Watson Lake on Saturday.

Stephen Keene, who was charged with sexual assault and forcible confinement after an incident October 1, was found walking along the road in Watson Lake, said RCMP spokesperson Sgt. Don Rogers.

Watson Lake RCMP and Fort Nelson Traffic Services were in Watson Lake looking for major traffic violations as part of a national crackdown on unsafe driving called Operation Impact.

Keene will make his first court appearance on Thursday.