Tuesday November 25, 2014


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Police report for June 4 to 8


Estevan Police Service members received a report on Sunday night of a teen who went missing from a residence in north Estevan. The investigation led to the teen being found in a community north of the city, at which time she was returned to Estevan by the Carlyle RCMP, and to her parents without further incident.

A 42-year-old male turned himself in to police. He had outstanding warrants and a number of occurrences in which he breached the conditions of his undertaking. He was lodged in cells and appeared in court on Monday morning.

Police were called to a dispute between neighbours regarding the back lane north of the 1700 block of Third Street. According to a property survey, the lane is on private property, and the homeowner has approval to park a vehicle that blocks the laneway.

Officers were called to the skate park for a complaint of males drinking beer. Police located two males, one age 15 the other 19, and charged the suspects accordingly. A small amount of alcohol was seized.

Police also received a complaint that occupants of a vehicle were smoking marijuana at the skate park. The suspect vehicle had left prior to police arrival, however, a vehicle description was provided, and the suspects are known to police. The file remains under investigation.

Police responded to a noise complaint in the north end of the city. A group of people were partying outside on their deck, causing a large amount of noise. The homeowner was warned of the noise bylaw.

Officers are investigating a break-and-enter at Peavey Mart that occurred Saturday night. Surveillance video from the area is being gathered, and the matter remains under investigation.

Members stopped a vehicle for its driving actions. During the stop, the male driver showed signs of impairment, and a breath demand was given. A reading of “F” was obtained. Another breath demand was made. Two samples were obtained, and both were over the legal limit. The person was charged with driving while over .08 and impaired driving.

Police were dispatched to a residence on the northeast side of the city for a possible prowler. The area was searched and nobody was located in the area.

Members were called to a noisy party complaint on the southwest side of the city on Friday night. The host has been warned in the past, and was ticketed for the bylaw offence.

Police received two calls through the Report Impaired Drivers program. The vehicles were located and the drivers were sober.

Members received a call from a female that she was being harassed outside a lounge. She gave a description and licence plate of the suspect’s vehicle. The vehicle was located and the driver was questioned. The occupants were warned about their actions.

During a traffic stop, a driver showed signs of impairment. A breath sample demand was made, and the male did not supply a suitable sample. He was charged with refusal. A check of the driver showed that he was on conditions out of Manitoba. One of the conditions was not to consume alcohol. He was also charged with breaching his conditions.

Another traffic stop showed that the vehicle was unregistered and the driver was suspended. He was charged accordingly and his vehicle was seized for 30 days.

Police received a report that the occupants of a vehicle were using drugs near the Estevan Comprehensive School. Officers patrolled the area, but the vehicle was gone on arrival.

Members conducted a traffic stop, and after an odour of marijuana was noted from the vehicle, the driver was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. A search of the vehicle produced a small amount of hydromorphone, which is a derivative of morphine. The driver was charged accordingly.

Police were called to a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Fourth Street and Kensington Avenue. No injuries occurred, but both vehicles were damaged to the point where they could not be driven, and airbags deployed in both vehicles. A ticket was issued to the offending driver for failing to yield when turning left.

Officers received a complaint from a male that he had been drugged earlier in the week. He was sent to St Joseph’s Hospital for blood work to investigate whether a noxious substance had been administered.

Police received a request from Manitoba RCMP to warn a local female about contacting a male in Manitoba. The female was notified that any further contact will result in charges.

Members arrested a female on a warrant for six outstanding charges. She was released for court later in June, after a bond of $500 was posted.

Police received a complaint from a local resident of aggressive door-to-door salesmen for a security company. The complainant reported they had a very aggressive sales pitch, and would not leave him alone. Police located the salesmen, and they were warned. It remains under investigation.

Members were called to the north end of town on Thursday night due to a suspicious male. Officers located him and spoke with him. No further action was needed.

Members were called to a local establishment after receiving a 911 call of a man and women arguing. The parties were separated and sent on their way.

Members attended to a noisy party, and warned them to keep the noise down. Officers were called back after the residents had been warned, and issued a noise ticket under the bylaw, which is a fine of $250.

Members responded to a 911 call in the north part of town on Wednesday night.  After a short investigation, officers determined it was false.

Officers conducted several traffic stops that resulted in traffic tickets being issued, and one 24-hour suspension.

Members responded to an assault in progress, when a male jumped out of a moving cab after assaulting the driver. A short foot pursuit ensued, and the male was arrested for public intoxication and assault.  He also had outstanding warrants, and was on several conditions. The male was charged accordingly, and was booked for court later in the month.



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