The Estevan Police Service and Estevan Fire and Rescue Services were called to a north end residence because a smoke alarm had been activated. It was discovered that four youths at the residence were smoking marijuana, which triggered the alarm. Marijuana was seized and the investigation continues.
Police checked a vehicle in a remote area off Nesbitt Drive in the east industrial area on Saturday, and located two vehicles and five youths. Marijuana was detected. One of the youths took responsibility for the drugs, and was dealt with accordingly.
A male driver was checked on the grid road just north of St. Joseph's Hospital, and was found to be suspended. The male passed a roadside screening test for alcohol consumption, but was found to be in possession of cannabis resin and was dealt with accordingly.
Police were called to a centrally located residence for a report of a male who had exposed himself to a female resident. Police responded to the area and gathered evidence at the scene. Officers have identified a suspect and the investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Police responded to an assault complaint in the north end of the city. A male was arrested and released while police investigated. Several statements from witnesses were obtained. The investigation is ongoing.
The Estevan police K-9 unit dealt with a vehicle that was stuck in the ditch just northeast of the city on Friday night. While a member was exercising police dog Harvey in the area, the vehicle was checked on to make sure there were no injuries relating to the vehicle entering the ditch. The vehicle was found to be unregistered, and marijuana was located in the vehicle. All occupants were dealt with and given a ride back to town, and the vehicle was towed away because it lacked registration.
Members attended a hit-and-run complaint in the Willow Park Greens Trailer Park. An investigation into the collision is ongoing.
Members were dispatched to a north end drinking establishment, as it was reported that a vehicle had arrived and the driver had exited the vehicle and was throwing up. Police arrived and located the vehicle and the female driver. No alcohol was detected, and it was learned that the vehicle's driver was expecting a child and was sick due to the pregnancy.
Police were called to a northeast area residence to two 911 calls about a fight that was taking place at the residence. Police arrived and arrested two males. After investigating the incident, one male was released at the scene, as it was determined that he had put himself in harm’s way to attempt to calm the other intoxicated male. The other male was arrested and lodged in cells until he could be released to his parents the following day.
Police were called to the south end of the city to a report of a domestic dispute. The report was about a female hanging onto the outside of the vehicle as it travelled up the street. Police believe they located the vehicle and the two involved at an area residence. No injuries occurred as a result and both the man and the woman did not want to speak or cooperate with police, so the matter was concluded.
Police attended to a local lounge for a disgruntled patron on Wednesday night. The suspect was gone on police arrival.
Police attended to an apartment complex for a noise complaint. The person was warned of the noise bylaw.
Police received a call for two males fighting on the street. The two were located. After investigation it was found that they were brothers. The younger of the two was trying to sober up his brother when an argument broke out, and it grew into a fight. The older brother was arrested for public intoxication and lodged in cells till sober.
Police received two separate complaints of uttering threats on Tuesday, and investigations into those incidents will continue over the next few days.
Police were called to a store in the mall to a reported shoplifter. The male subject was identified but had returned the property inside the store prior to leaving, and therefore no further action was required.