Estevan Police Service members had a busy night on Thursday, as they had to respond to a number of calls and incidents.
Police arrested a 52-year-old male for public intoxication, after he was observed to be staggering along a street. When police questioned him about his identity and destination, he was unable to provide answers. He was taken into custody for his own safety, and will be released when sober. He is also facing a charge under the Alcohol Gaming Regulations Act (AGRA) for public intoxication.
A second male was located passed out in the alley behind a local pub. He was also arrested and lodged for his own safety, and will be charged under AGRA for public intoxication.
Police received two separate calls regarding possible impaired drivers. Attempts to locate the vehicles were not successful. Officers did arrest a 31-year-old female for impaired driving and driving while over .08, after observing her driving actions. She will appear in court November 19.
Police attended to two different areas of the city to deal with youths loitering and causing a disturbance. The same group of youths was dispersed from two different locations. During the first incident, two youths received tickets for minors possessing alcohol.
A disturbance at a local nightclub resulted in a 24-year-old male being arrested for breaching the conditions of his recognizance, as well as public intoxication. He was lodged in cells until sober, and will be charged under AGRA for breaching his conditions.
Police responded to a fight between two roommates at a residence on the south side of the city. The matter was resolved when one party left for a period of time, allowing the other the opportunity to move his possessions out of the residence. No further action was required.
A 911 call from a cellular phone was also received. The call was traced to a location on the east side of the city. Attempts to locate the subjects and the source of the call were unsuccessful. Repeat calls back to the phone were also unsuccessful. The matter remains under investigation.
Police attended to a barking dog complaint on the north end of the city. The owner of the dog was warned under the bylaw.