A second person has now been charged for issuing a bomb threat on school property according to information released by the Estevan Police Service (EPS) on April 5.
That means two people have now been charged and their names withheld since both are listed as youths.
The incident in question occurred March 23 at the Estevan Comprehensive School.
The second accused will be in court April 23 to answer to the charge.
In other police-related news, it was reported that EPS personnel responded to a collision involving two semi-trailer units on an overpass east of Estevan. Both units were carrying wide loads. Damage was minimal to both units and no injuries were reported and no charges laid as a result of the incident that occurred April 4.
A local apartment building suffered some damages as a result of a grass fire that spread in the valley area in the central part of the city that same day. The fire was quickly contained by Estevan Fire Rescue Services and no injuries were reported, but the matter remains under investigation.
A fire that was set in a garbage container near a school on the northeast side of the city attracted police attention. This fire was also quickly extinguished with no major damage done, but the incident remains under investigation.
On the night of April 4, a 28-year-old man was arrested for being intoxicated in public. He was lodged in cells overnight.
That same night, a young offender was arrested and lodged in cells on charges of assault and for being in breach of an undertaking.
During the day shift April 5, EPS members were called to the scene of a break and enter at a residential garage. The door was damaged during the break-in and the matter remains under investigation.
Later that same day, a large truck proceeded through a local businesses drive-through and struck the building causing minor damage to the restaurant as a result. This incident remains under investigation.
A case of vandalism was also being looked into by EPS members on April 5. Two windows of a building located in the central part of the city had been broken when something was thrown at them. This incident also remains under investigation.
During the night shift April 6, police responded to a report of an impaired driver in the central part of the city. The vehicle in question was located and the 33-year-old driver was arrested and charged for driving while impaired and is scheduled to make a May 7 court appearance.
Two noise complaints involving residences in the central and north central part of the city attracted police attention. In both instances, the occupants were warned about the city's noise bylaw and no further action was required.
A man who refused to leave a north central establishment was subsequently transported to police cells where he was lodged until regaining sobriety. He was charged with being intoxicated in public.
Another intoxicated man who attempted to flee from police on foot in the central part of the city was caught, arrested and charged with being intoxicated in public.
A hit and run incident has led to another police investigation after it was revealed a parked half-ton truck had been damaged in the north central part of the city.
On the night of April 7, a 30-year-old man was arrested for driving while prohibited. He now has a May 28 court date.
During a police check that same night, a 20-year-old man was arrested and charged with refusing to provide a breath sample. He is also scheduled to appear in court on May 28.
On the night of April 8, police received a report of a home being broken into in the north central area of the city. A number of items were stolen from the home and the matter remains under investigation.
On that same night, police learned that a garage in the same area of the city had also been broken into, but in this incident nothing was reported missing.
The owner of a truck that was parked in a parking lot in the north central part of the city on April 8, reported that the truck's tail light had been broken sometime during the evening. The matter remains under investigation.
A domestic disturbance on the south side of the city on April 8 was defused by police without further incident.