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Rosanne Smith and her husband Armand managed to convince Curtis Dagenais to surrender in Julyafter he led police on a nearly two-week manhunt. Both officers later died in hospital. Dagenais escaped on foot into the woods. The RCMP set up roadblocks and established a large perimeter around an area where Saskatchewan sex couples figured he was hiding.
Smith remembers hearing helicopters overhead and being stopped on the highway as police searched for Dagenais, similar to the way Manitoba RCMP are looking for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod, suspects in three killings in their home province of British Columbia. She and her husband had known him from the time he was a boy, as did many others in the area. One big difference between the search for Dagenais and the search for Schmegelsky and McLeod is that Dagenais had grown up in the area where he was hiding, about two hours north of Saskatoon.
He knew how to navigate the landscape and its trails, fields, bush and ponds. The next morning, she and her husband drove into their field. In front of the machine, they noticed moving grass. Smith says she believes the manhunt could also have ended in more tragedy.
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