A Saskatchewan RCMP constable has been charged with sexual assault.
In a release, Mounties say a complaint of sexual assault was made on June 1 about something that had happened at a gathering at a home in Dillon on May 20.
As a result of the investigation, Constable Randy McKay was charged with one count of sexual assault. He was released on a number of conditions.
McKay is scheduled to appear in Saskatchewan Provincial Court on Dec. 9 in Buffalo Narrows at 10 am.
McKay had been suspended with pay from the RCMP on June 8. At the time, he was posted at the Buffalo Narrows Detachment.