Thursday November 27, 2014


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Police arrest suspects involved with thefts


Estevan Police Service members were called to a reported theft from a local retail store in northeast Estevan on Wednesday night. A socket tool set was taken. Police received a description, saw a video and quickly identified a suspect. Officers soon located a vehicle at a residence on the west side of the city, and found the tool set inside the vehicle. The vehicle was seized, a search warrant was executed and the tool kit was recovered. Police spoke to people at the residence and asked the suspect to turn himself into police, which he did about 30 minutes later. A 29-year-old male has been charged for theft under $5,000 dollars and breaching his probation.

Police contacted a male suspect regarding an alcohol theft that occurred a few days earlier from a local offsale business, and asked him to turn himself into police. The male did arrive at the police station, and has been charged for theft under $5,000 and breaching the conditions of his release. He made his first court appearance on Thursday.

Police also arrested a 33-year-old male for the theft of a Honda 5500 Generator from a local Estevan business earlier in the week. The male was released from custody, without charge, while police continue to investigate.

Officers responded to a report of two people on a person's deck on Monday night. They were gone when police arrived.  

Members responded to a domestic dispute on the west side of the city. One of the people left the residence and spent the night elsewhere. The matter is under investigation.

Police and EMS responded to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Souris Avenue and Fourth Street in Estevan. Two trucks collided at the intersection, and both had to be towed from the scene. EMS arrived and assessed the occupants that were involved. Nobody had to be transported to hospital. The motorist of the offending vehicle was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for driving too fast for the road conditions. 



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