Condition check resulted in arrest for meth possession

On Aug. 22, Estevan Police Service members attended to a residence in the city’s north end to do a conditions check on the resident.

The owner was not there and two other people were in the residence. Through an investigation it was found that one of the people was in possession of meth.

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A 23-year-old Estevan woman was arrested and resisted Police. Police took her into custody with minimal force and she was transported back to Estevan Police Service cells. 

She faces charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking, resist arrest and breach of court ordered conditions. She will be held and taken before a justice of the peace for a future court date.

Police also arrested and charged an 18-year-old man from Weyburn with failing to comply with his undertaking. He was lodged in cells and was brought before a judge Friday morning. No further details were available at the moment.

The same day, members arrested a 17-year-old Estevan woman for failing to abide by her curfew. The female was released for court in October.

Police attended to a complaint of a theft under $5,000 from a local business on Aug. 21. The matter is still under investigation.

Members also conducted numerous conditions checks on individuals on judicial release throughout the evening. A female youth is facing charges of failing to comply and a warrant is being sought for her arrest.

The Estevan Police members also attended the A&W restaurant in support the Burgers to Beat MS fundraiser on Aug. 22. 

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