Members of the Estevan Police Service have made a number of arrests in the past few days.
Police arrested an 18-year-old woman from Estevan Jan. 23 for breaching her release conditions. She is currently on house arrest and to remain in her residence 24 hours a day unless given permission by her bail supervision officer to be out. She had been given permission to be out but did not return at the appropriate time. A court appearance is slated for Jan. 27.
Members received a report of a criminal harassment and breach of conditions complaint. The matter is still under investigation.
Police were called about a report of a vehicle parked in the travel portion of the street in one of the city’s residential areas. Members attended, located the owner and directed them to park the vehicle appropriately.
Officers received a report about a stolen motor vehicle. A short time after the report was received, it was determined that a friend of the owner had borrowed the vehicle. The matter was concluded.
Police arrested a 23-year-old man from Estevan on Jan. 26 for breaching his probation order after a call to a local business. He was released later in the day with conditions, and he will appear in court in March to answer to the charge.
Early in the evening, police responded to a family dispute. Both parties were separated for the night and no further police involvement was needed.
Police responded to a suspicious person walking around a business on the east end of the city. Patrols of the area were done but nobody was located. Anyone with information is asked to call police.
Officers performed multiple curfew checks during the night. Two people were found to be breaching their court-ordered curfew condition. A 23-year-old man was located during a traffic stop. He was arrested and held until he can be taken before a justice of the peace or a judge. The second is a 25-year-old woman is also facing the same charge after members attended her residence and she was not home when required.