Wednesday November 26, 2014


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Police report for March 17 to 23


Estevan Police Service members have dealt with a wide variety of calls during the past week.

Members responded to a male who was passed out outside of St. Joseph's Hospital on Sunday night. He was helped into emergency and treated by staff.

Police were dispatched to a burglary alarm in the north end of Estevan. Upon arrival, police determined the alarm was false.

Officers were called to the south end of the city for a suspicious vehicle. Members pulled the vehicle over, and dealt with the situation accordingly

Police received a report of willful damage on Saturday night, as a truck had been keyed. The matter is under investigation.

Police received a call of a group of young males ringing door bells and running away in the central part of Estevan. Members arrived and the males took off running. They were caught quickly and spoken to.

A male was arrested for impaired driving after he was pulled over near a local establishment. He was charged and released, and will appear in court at a later date.

Members were called to a local establishment where two males were causing trouble and refusing to leave. Members arrived and spoke with both parties. They soon left on their own free will.

Another male was arrested for impaired driving after police stopped his vehicle due to driving actions. He will appear in court at a later date.

Police issued another male with a 24-hour driving suspension. During the investigation, police learned the vehicle was unregistered. He was charged accordingly.

Officers were called to a house party in the central part of town, after they received complaints about the loud noise. There were also complaints about fights breaking out. Members attended, shut the party down and all matters were resolved.

Police received a report of a break and enter in the south part of town on Friday night. There are a couple of suspects, and the matter is still under investigation.

A male was arrested for impaired driving after he was observed weaving back and forth between lanes, and nearly hitting the curbs several times. He was charged, and will appear in court at a later date.

Members arrested a female for failing to comply with her probation order. She was charged and her matter is set for court.

Police were called to a local establishment because two females refused to leave. Members arrived, spoke to both parties, and they left without any further problems.

Police conducted proactive checks in the parking lot near a northeast area pub on St. Patrick's Day. Several patrons who were exiting the establishment were thinking about driving, until they had a chance to talk to police. All the patrons made wise decisions to call the local taxi companies to assist with their journey home.

Police responded to a two-vehicle collision at the corner of King Street and Petterson Drive. EMS attended to check the occupants of the vehicles. No major injuries occurred.

Police are investigating a report of an assault. No further information available at this time, and the investigation continues.

A 44-year-old female driver was arrested for impaired driving after she was stopped by police. She provided samples of breath and was released with charges of driving over .08 and impaired driving.

Police stop a vehicle on the northeast side of the city. A small amount of marijuana was located, along with a container which had a small amount of cocaine. Officers are still investigating the incident and charges are pending.



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