Estevan Police Service members were called to a home on Thursday night because of a domestic dispute in progress. Officers arrived and arrested a male for breaching his conditions.
Members were called to a local bar and arrested two people for not leaving when asked to do so and for being intoxicated in public and possession of marihuana.
A 24-year-old male was arrested for public intoxication.
Officers responded to a call of two infants who were left alone a vehicle in a north Estevan grocery store parking lot. All involved were spoken at which time the matter was resolved without incident.
A number of Traffic Safety Act violations were served as a result of infractions involving speeding and proceeding through red lights. The public is reminded to be mindful and obey all traffic signals.
Police called to several accidents on Wednesday night. No major injures were reported. Multiple vehicles needed to be towed from the collision scenes.
Officers initiated a traffic stop in northwest Estevan which led to a 29-year-old male being arrested as a result of a theft which occurred the prior evening. The male broke through the entrance door at a south Estevan gas station and stole two cash registers containing cash. He made his first appearance in Estevan Provincial Court on February 7.
Police arrested a male subject for break and entering at a local gas station and for possession of cocaine. The male was held in court.
A 32-year-old male was arrested in north-central Estevan for being intoxicated in a public place, as the male walking on the street in oncoming traffic. He was lodged in cells and released the next day when sober.
Police responded to a couple 911 calls at a local hotel.