Guess who's back, back again?

Remember Loon Lake, Saskatchewan?

Specifically you probably remember how white firefighters from there stopped visiting the lazy Indians who refused to pay their bills which caused a ruckus.

Well look who's back in the news again.

LOON LAKE, Sask. — Police in Saskatchewan say 11 people face charges of violating new COVID-19 restrictions on the size of public gatherings after officers chased and arrested occupants of a suspicious SUV.

RCMP say they received a report early Friday about a suspicious person who was knocking on the door of a home in Loon Lake.

They got a description of a vehicle associated with the person — a 2000 GMC Yukon SUV — which police allege was stolen.

It was later spotted on a grid road and wouldn't stop, and police say that while numerous officers chased it, the occupants threw items out the window, including a bag of weapons.

The SUV eventually ended up in a ditch, but police say several people jumped out during the chase, and one-by-one they were taken into custody.

In addition to charges including possession of stolen property, flight from a peace officer and weapons charges, the 10 adults and one youth are also charged with failure to comply the Saskatchewan Public Health Act, which prohibits gatherings of more than 10 people without maintaining a two-metre distance between people.
Since they didn't mention the details, the "media silence bubble rule" can be applied to determine that these thieves are all Red Indians from Makwa Sahgaiehcan.