EPS members arrest an impaired driver

Members of the Estevan Police Service have apprehended another impaired driver.

While out on patrol Monday, police conducted a traffic stop for a suspicion of impaired driving. A Regina male was arrested and transported to the police station, where he provided two breath samples. He was charged for impaired operation of a motor vehicle and released to a sober family member.

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He is scheduled to appear in court on July 29 to speak to the charges.

Police were dispatched to a residence for a domestic dispute. One of the parties was arrested and lodged in cells. Alcohol was a factor and the matter remains under investigation.

Members were dispatched to a local convenience store for three suspicious males. The males left the scene prior to police arriving. Nothing criminal had taken place and no further action was required.

The EPS received a report Tuesday of an attempted fraud, in which the caller requested banking information from an Estevan resident. No information was provided. The matter remains under investigation.

A suspicious vehicle was reported near an Estevan school. The vehicle was located and stopped by police. It was found that the occupants were legitimately waiting for their child after school was dismissed. No further action was necessary.

Police received a report of an erratic driver within the downtown core. No licence plate was obtained, only a description of the vehicle and a direction of travel. Members patrolled the area, but were not able to locate the vehicle.

Officers conducted a traffic stop, in which a 33-year-old woman from Estevan was issued a 72-hour driver’s licence suspension for testing positive for THC on the oral fluid device.

Police received a report Wednesday of a disturbance and disagreement taking place in the city core. Officers attended and were unable to locate the individuals in question.

Members received a request for assistance regarding a property dispute. Police attended and mediated a resolution.

Police were called to a north end residence for a report of an individual who was unwanted and refusing to leave. Officers attended and arrested a 24-year-old woman. She had an arrest warrant and was breaching conditions of no contact with the homeowner. She was to appear in court May 16.

Police arrested a 19-year-old man for breaching his conditional sentence order. His court date was also May 16.

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