Estevan Police Service members were busy on Friday night, but didn't have as many calls to respond to on Saturday and Sunday.
A report a possible impaired driver on Friday night resulted in charges for a 43-year-old male driver. He will answer to the charge on November 25.
A female was reported to be stumbling on a busy street in west Estevan. She was located by police and taken to her residence without further incident.
Several 911 calls were received from a local business. Police are asking parents to speak to their children about the importance of the 911 service.
Police received a call regarding some youth damaging school property. When police arrived, two male youths admitted they caused the damage. The matter is still under investigation.
Officers conducted a traffic stop. The 30-year-old male driver was charged for driving while over .08. He will answer to the charge on November 25.
Police arrested a 28-year-old male for public intoxication. He then resisted arrest and was charged accordingly. His court date is November 25.
Members arrested two males for public intoxication. A 23-year-old male and a 35-year-old male were held in cells until sober and then fined.
A 24-year-old male driver was issued a 24-hour driving suspension for operating under the influence of alcohol.
Police were requested to attend a local drinking establishment due to an unruly patron. Members were advised that the patron had left after he broke a glass. The staff was advised to call police if he returned.
A female driver reported a strange incident. She said that while she was stopped at an intersection, a male subject reached into her vehicle. She is not sure if he was attempting to steal something. The matter is still under investigation.
A 33-year-old male driver was issued a 24-hour suspension and a ticket for having open alcohol in the vehicle on Saturday night.
A 25-year-old male driver was charged for impaired driving. He will answer to the charge on November 25.
A 21-year-old male driver was issued a 24-hour suspension on his driver’s licence for being under the influence of alcohol.
Numerous tickets were issued for alcohol and driving offences.
Police were asked to attend a residence for a tenant/landlord dispute on Sunday night. Police advised the parties involved of how to settle their dispute, and no further assistance was required.
Police were called to a parking lot on Tuesday night because a motorist was stunting. Police located the person and warned him of his actions.
Police received a call of a 14-year-old female in a playground. After talking with the child and her parent, common ground was reached and the child returned home.
Police were called to a local gas bar and convenience store, as a person came in with a knife and demanded money. The culprit then became nervous and left the scene. The person was described as a shorter white male wearing a grey hoody and a hat. If anyone has any information, they are asked to contact the Estevan Police Service. The matter is under investigation.