Estevan Police Service members received a call on October 22 regarding a suspicious male in the hospital's parking lot. It was reported that he was causing damage to a vehicle. The matter was investigated and the male will be in court on November 4 as a result.
Police received a report of some youth causing damage to some trees in the central part of the city. The matter is still under investigation.
Officers reported just one call on October 21: a false alarm at a local business.
Police responded largely to traffic and bylaw complaints on October 20.
Members dealt with a number of traffic offences and bylaw complaints involving barking dogs and parking complaints on October 19.
A caller reported a suspicious package being left in the parking lot of a local store. The package turned out to be part of an online game that Estevan children have been playing.
Police dealt with many false alarms, bylaw infractions and traffic offences on October 18. A vehicle stop was attempted, but the driver refused to stop. Police did not pursue the motorist due to dangerous circumstances. The matter is still under investigation.
At the same time, a vehicle collision was reported in which a vehicle was rear-ended. An occupant was taken to St. Joseph’s for examination. Injuries were not severe. The driver of the second vehicle was charged for driving without due care and attention.