Estevan police make an arrest for an assault

Members of the Estevan Police Service were called to an assault during Friday’s night shift.

A local taxi driver was reportedly being assaulted regarding a fare. Police attended and arrested a 38-year-old Balgonie man for assault and public intoxication. The man was lodged in cells and the matter is still under investigation.

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Also on Friday, police were dispatched to a residence in a south residential park, for a report of noise outside a residence. The homeowner had located a laptop on their property that didn’t belong to them. They turned it over to the police.

Police attended to a pair of noise complaints. The first was in central Estevan and the other was in the Westview area. The homeowners were spoken to in both instances.

Members responded to a mischief incident at a local licensed establishment during Thursday’s night shift. The subject of the complaint was located and the matter is still under investigation.

Police attended to a complaint of a suspicious male in the 900-block of Second Street. He was gone on arrival.

Officers conducted numerous curfew checks on individuals on court ordered conditions.

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