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Police report for July 3 to 6


A conservation officer arrested a male for fishing without a licence. A check showed he has three warrants out of Estevan. The male was arrested and transported to the police station, where he was held for court Monday morning.

A male suspect in an uttering threats case came to the police station. After the interview, the subject was arrested for the threats, and for breaching his conditions. He was held for court on Monday.

Police responded to multiple alarms, both residential and commercial, in the community. They proved to be false.

Officers received a report from a woman who said she hadn’t seen her husband or two-year-old child since the previous evening. Police took statements, spoke with a number of people, and finally located the pair in Edmonton on Sunday afternoon. The Edmonton Police Service assisted Estevan officers by confirming the well-being of the pair. The woman who came to police was updated, and no further action was required.

While on patrol, police came across a male, who had just walked out of Walmart with a television he didn't pay for. He left the scene when police stopped to investigate. The property was recovered and taken back to the store.  Other evidence was gathered from within the store. The accused is known to police and was recognized at the scene. He was called and asked to turn himself in. Investigation into the matter continues.

Police were flagged down in a parking lot on Saturday night. People pointed out damage to a vehicle that was caused by a person kicking the door. The witness pointed out the person that kicked the door and caused the damage. A 36-year-old was arrested and charged for mischief and public intoxication. He will appear in court on July 14.

Members were called to the fairgrounds, as two trucks were doing power turns and tearing up the grass. The vehicles were located, and the drivers will be charged accordingly.

Police received a report of an assault in the Walmart parking lot on Friday. The matter remains under investigation. 

Members received a call about the driving actions of an SUV. The plate number and other evidence were obtained, and further investigation could result in charges under the Traffic Safety Act.

Police received a report of a vehicle being egged in the Pleasantdale area of Estevan.  Some damage occurred, and the matter remains under investigation. A short time later, police located multiple other vehicles that had eggs thrown at them. Officers are also investigating an egging of a vehicle from the south end of the city.  Anyone with information is asked to call the police or Crime Stoppers.

Police responded to a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 39 and Sister Roddy Road. A passenger car and a motorcycle collided at the intersection. The operator of the motorcycle received only minor injuries and did not need to be taken to hospital. The driver of the car, although shaken up, walked away without any injuries. Both the vehicle and bike had to be towed from the intersection. The driver of the car was charged for proceeding from a stop sign before it was safe. 

Police responded to a couple residential alarms, which were both found to be false. 

Officers were called to the hospital on Thursday for a 911 hang-up incident. Police located an elderly lady that had access to a phone.

Police received an alarm call from a local residence. They attended and located cleaning employees who had entered the wrong code.



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