Three men are facing charges in relation to incidents that caused an emergency alert on Witchekan Lake First Nation.

All of the three people charged, from Witchekan Lake First Nation, face various charges including robbery, assault with a weapon, theft, and break and enter.

The charges come from several incidents from September 2 to September 5

RCMP say shorts were fired at a vehicle in the early morning hours of September 2.

On that day, police chased the suspect vehicle and arrested one person.

Then, on the morning of September 5, RCMP say they received reports of a stolen black SUV with masked people stealing gas from a station in the nearby community of Leoville.

Police say they were then informed the same vehicle was shooting at a home in the community. No injuries were reported.

Mounties say they were able to locate the vehicle near Witchekan Lake First Nation and pursued it through the field. At some point, authorities say the SUV caught fire, causing the driver to stop the vehicle.

Following these incidents a dangerous person alert was issued for the remaining suspect for the alleged shooting incident.

RCMP say the suspect was arrested later that evening in Saskatoon and the emergency alert was cancelled.

Mounties say the investigation into the matter is ongoing.