Saturday April 19, 2014


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Police report for November 27 to December 1


Estevan Police Service members were called to a local hotel because of a suspicious person in the lobby area. A 45-year-old male subject was located in the area. He had been drinking and was sent on his way in a local taxi.

Members were called to a local nightclub on Saturday night due to a fight inside. Upon arrival, three involved subjects were being escorted outside. A friend was called to pick them up and give them a ride home. All subjects were intoxicated at the time.

Police were called regarding an accident in the central area of the city. A female struck three parked vehicles. The matter has been referred to SGI.

Officers were called to a residence in the central area after an unknown male entered the home of an elderly person. The subject fled on foot and police were unable to locate him. The matter remains under investigation.

Police were called regarding a noise complaint in the central area of the city. The occupants were warned under the city’s noise bylaw.

Members were also called to a domestic dispute in the Westview area. The matter was resolved with one of the parties leaving for the evening.

Police were also notified of underage person inside a local nightclub. The nightclub employees were notified of the complaint and were advised to ensure they are checking ID.

Police were called to a fight at a local nightclub on Friday night. On arrival, security at the club had subjects removed from inside. All parties were separated and sent on their way. No further action was required.

Police were called to a domestic dispute in the Pleasantdale area. Upon arrival, one party had already left for the evening. A possible assault is being investigated.

While on patrol, police located a female subject walking on the north end of the city. Upon speaking with her, they learned she had been involved in a domestic dispute. She was taken to a local hotel for the remainder of the evening at her request.

A 15-year-old youth has been charged with assault following an incident with another female youth on Thursday night. The youth was placed on no contact conditions with the victim, and sent home. Her court date is set for January 20, 2014.

Police received a call about a fight at a local establishment on Thursday night. When members attended, the fight had ended and a Carlyle male was taken to hospital with minor injuries. He was released from hospital a short time later and the matter remains under investigation.

Police were called to a downtown business on a report of another fight between a group of males. Two males were taken to hospital with minor injuries and treated. Two Ontario males were arrested and lodged in cells. Both will be charged with breaching conditions, and one faces assault charges. The matter remains under investigation.

Police attended to a local establishment on a report of a fight on Wednesday night. Upon police arrival, the fight had completed and some of the parties had left. Police located the individuals involved and learned that there was some damage to the business. The responsible parties paid for the damages and were sent on their way.



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