Monday September 22, 2014

QUESTION OF THE WEEK

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Police report for June 9 to 14

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Estevan Police Service members were called to a local restaurant on Saturday night, after a patron was threatened by another who entered the business. The complainant did not know this person. The suspect was not located in the area, and the matter is being investigated.

Police were called to the exhibition grounds when two youths were seen with a pellet gun. They were located and spoken to. The youths were in possession of a toy BB gun that was nonfunctioning.

Officers were called to the Hillside area, after a person operating a quad struck a vehicle and fled the scene. The quad appeared to have rolled and was abandoned. The matter remains under investigation.

Police were called to a residence in the Pleasantdale area after shouting and noise could be heard by the complainant. Police located and spoke to the subject. He was left in the care of friends who arrived shortly afterward. Alcohol was a factor in the incident.

Members attended the Rumble in the Dirt cabaret after security reported a male causing a disturbance. He had left prior to police arrival, and he was not located in the area.

Police were patrolling the area near the cabaret when they located an extremely intoxicated male passed out in the parking lot. EMS was contacted due to the subject’s extreme condition. He was transported to hospital for treatment.

A report of an impaired driver was also received on the east side of the city. The vehicle and operator were located. It was determined the subject was not impaired.

Police located a 33-year-old male walking in the central area of the city. The accused was so intoxicated he stumbled into traffic and was nearly struck by a vehicle. He was arrested and lodged for the evening for his own safety.

Another call was received to attend to a residence near the cabaret. An intoxicated 21-year-old male had entered a backyard, and would not leave after the home owner noticed him there. He was arrested and transported to cells were he was kept until sober.

A call for assistance from a local cab operator was also received. When police arrived, the involved subjects had exited the cab and left. No further action was required. Police did not locate the subjects in the area of the indecent.

Members received a report of an accident involving a vehicle and a pedestrian. No major injuries occurred. Police want to remind public to be very careful when backing up.

Police recovered a couple of stolen street signs that were taken from Lampman. The matter is being looked into.

Members attended to a local establishment where an assault had taken place. The matter is under investigation.

Police arrested a male for mischief, after a call came into the police station of a man smashing out the head and tail lights of a vehicle in the central part of Estevan. The male was lodged until sober and will appear in court on a later date.

Members arrested a male for impaired driving. He was also a disqualified driver, and was operating an unregistered vehicle with a stolen license plate. The male also had outstanding warrants. He was lodged in cells and released for court on a later date to deal with all the new charges.

Police checked a suspicious vehicle in the city's east end on Thursday night. As a result, an Estevan male was arrested on an outstanding warrant, and lodged in cells for a court appearance the following day. Another male in the vehicle was also arrested on warrants, and was released for a court date in Saskatoon later this month.

Officers were also dispatched to a loud party complaint. Police located the offending party, warned the owners and shut the party down. No further police action was required.

Police were alerted to a disturbance at a local business. Upon police arrival, two males were located sitting in a vehicle outside the business. Further investigation revealed that the two males were involved in the disturbance. The driver of the vehicle was subsequently tested, and was arrested after he failed a roadside screening. The 22-year-old Stoughton male was charged with having care and control of a motor vehicle, being over .08 and breaching his probation. He will appear later in July in Estevan court to answer to the charges.

Police received a report of someone throwing a beer can at a vehicle on Monday night. Police were able to locate the suspects, thanks to the witness' assistance, and police conducted a traffic stop on Highway 39 east of Estevan. There were four occupants in the vehicle. The 21-year-old driver was charged with providing alcohol to minors and failing to stop for police, and received a 30-day driving suspension for consuming alcohol and driving. The driver was also charged criminally for breaching probation and for breaching a condition not to consume alcohol. The 18-year-old passenger who threw the beer can at the other vehicle was charged with mischief and breaching probation. He was on conditions not to consume alcohol. He was also issued a ticket for being a minor in possession of alcohol. The other two passengers, both of whom are 18, were charged for possessing alcohol.

Police are investigating a complaint of someone luring a child over the internet. The file remains under investigation

Officers were called to a bank in the city. A member of the public found a sum of cash near the ATM inside the bank. Members are awaiting video surveillance to determine the rightful owner of the money.

 


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