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Police escort two moose from Estevan

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Estevan Police Service members received a call on Wednesday night of two moose that were strolling down Henry Street. They eventually wandered onto the Estevan Comprehensive School's (ECS) property.

A jogger never noticed the animals as she ran past them down the pathway from ECS to Albert Street. The two young moose got up, followed her and eventually passed her. The jogger was startled as the moose came very close to her.

The animals were cut off from advancing further into the city, and they were gently escorted out of the city limits.

Police officers are reminding the public that if they see wild animals in the city, they should stay away from them. Animals can be unpredictable and can cause damage to property, as well as injuries.

Members responded to a loud party at a trailer court, and the tenant was warned. He said that he was shutting a party down. A short time later, police were called back to the residence for the same complaint. A ticket will be issued to the owner.

Police were running radar, and caught a Novice 2 motorist driving at 66 kilometres per hour over the speed limit on Kensington Avenue.

Officers had a quiet night in relation to the Estevan Comprehensive School's graduation ceremony and chem.-free after grad celebration. The police extend their congratulations to the graduating class of 2014.

 

 

 


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