Friday November 21, 2014

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Police report for July 21 to 23

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Estevan Police Service members responded to a residence after taking a statement from a person on Wednesday night. The individual giving the statement had been threatened and feared for her safety. The suspect was arrested and lodged for court on Thursday morning.

Officers did a welfare check on a person in the city. A friend had been speaking with the person, and through the conversation some things were said that caused concern. Police attended the residence, and spoke with the individual. The police had that person contact her friend, and explain what she meant.

Police took a complaint from a person who was walking his dog. Another dog came out and attacked the victim dog on the leash. The dogs were separated and the complainant and his dog made it home safely. The matter is under investigation.

Members were called to three separate domestics on Tuesday night. The first occurred at a downtown apartment complex. Alcohol was a factor in the incident. Police were able to mediate the situation, and one person, along with an infant baby, left for the remainder of the evening to stay with a friend. No further action was required. 

The second was an incident at a local hotel between a woman and her boyfriend.  Police met the woman in the hallway, and after talking to her, became concerned for the other’s safety. Attempts to enter the room with room cards, including a MasterCard form the management of the hotel, were unsuccessful. The subject would not answer the door.   The lock was dismantled by hotel staff. Police then forcibly removed the security chains and entered the room. The other party was found passed out in the bathroom. Other than being extremely intoxicated, it was determined he was okay. A subsequent check revealed he was on probation, with conditions not to consume alcohol. He was arrested, and is now facing charges. He was released Wednesday morning before a justice of the peace.

The third incident involved a third party caller. Police were able to determine everything was okay after making contact with family. Alcohol was a factor in the incident as well. 

Police also received a call of a disturbance on the south end of the city. The matter was between neighbors over their property line and a fence. Both parties were instructed to speak to their property manager, as both properties are rented and owned by the same person.

Officers were then called to investigate someone passed out in their vehicle. Police located the subject lying on the seat of his truck with the door open. The subject was sent into his residence.

Two separate alarm calls were also received. The first involved an employee locking up.  The second was a delivery truck making deliveries to the business. Both matters were concluded.

An intoxicated male began making nuisance phone calls to the Estevan Police Service. Police were able to locate the suspect on the south end of the city. After speaking with him, and hearing his explanation, police decided to warn him of his actions. A cab was called and he was sent home. No further action was required. 

Police were called to an alarm at a local business on Monday, and located a large glass door that had been broken out. Officers determined it was a break-and-enter, and a number of items were stolen. The suspect had already fled prior to police arriving. The matter is under investigation, and police are asking the public to come forward with details. Anyone with information can call the Estevan Police Service or Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers. 

Police were called to a local business when a vehicle was noted to be unattended and the doors were left open. No one was located around the vehicle and nothing appeared out of the ordinary. The vehicle was secured. 

Members responded to several accidents across the city.

Police were called to a parking lot, as a male appeared to be performing an indecent act in his vehicle. After an investigation by the officers that attended, the matter was concluded. There was no evidence of anything had happened.


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