EPS make arrests for impaired driving, assault and other infractions

Members of the Estevan Police have made arrests for impaired driving, assault, fraud and other infractions so far this week.

Police arrested a 39-year-old Estevan man for impaired driving on Feb. 10. He was released and will appear in court in April.

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Members received a report of loud music in south Estevan. Police attended and warned the property owner under the bylaw.

Police were called to a second report of loud music from the Westview area. Officers attended and warned the property owner under the bylaw.

Members attended to keep the peace and mediated a dispute over property.

Officers received a report of break and enter and theft from a residence. The matter is still under investigation.

Police arrested a 32-year-old Estevan man for assault causing bodily harm on Feb. 11. He was held in custody to appear before a judge the following day. The matter remains under investigation and more charges are pending.

Members received a report of loud music in south Estevan. Police attended and warned the property owner under the bylaw.

Officers were called to a report of a break and enter and theft from a garage. The matter is still under investigation.

Police responded to a two-vehicle collision on Kensington Avenue. The incident was deemed to be non-reportable and police assisted the motorists with exchanging information.

Members received an open line 911 call. Police were able to determine the location and attended to speak with the individual involved. No further action was required as the number was called by mistake.

Police attended to a report of a suspicious vehicle. Officers attended and weren’t able to locate the vehicle.

Officers mediated a dispute that night. The individuals will be reaching out to community services and resources.

Police arrested a youth during the evening who was out past curfew. The youth was charged for failing to comply with his release conditions and released to his parent.

Police received a complaint of a fraud on Feb. 12, and as a result, a 47-year-old Estevan man has been arrested and charged with fraud under $5,000, possession of property obtained by crime and failing to comply with a probation order. He was released with further conditions and will appear in Estevan Provincial Court in April to answer to the charges.

Members received a complaint of a break and enter in progress in the north end of the city. On arrival members determined the break and enter was unfounded. The 29-year-old male caller was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital for assessment under the Mental Health Act.

 

 

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