Estevan Police Service called about missing person, uttering threats and more

Members of the Estevan Police Service were called about a missing person, an uttering threats incident, suspicious activity and more in recent days.

Police received a report of a missing person during the Jan. 4 day shift. With help from family members and other means, the 13-year-old youth was located safe in the early afternoon.

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Members received a call about an Estevan man breaching his conditions by being out of his residence without approval. The man returned home a short time later. The matter remains under investigation.

Police attended to a landlord-tenant dispute in a south end trailer park during the Jan. 4 night shift. Members were able to resolve the misunderstanding between the parties involved.

Officers received a report of dumpsters being left in the middle of the street. Police attended and it appears a pedestrian had pushed them out into traffic. Police moved them back to the curbside.

Police received a complaint through the Report Impaired Drivers line. The vehicle was reported to be approaching Estevan on a highway. Members attended and were unable to intercept and locate the vehicle in question.

Members received a request for assistance from a taxi operator. There was a dispute over a fare and a mess in the taxi made by the patrons. Police attended and mediated a resolution.

Police received a report of suspicious texts that appeared to be spam. The complainant will attend the police station with the text messages for further investigation.

Officers received a report of suspicious persons in or near a residence in the Trojan subdivision. Police attended and it appears it was a misunderstanding by the caller.

Police were called to near Sixth Avenue and Fourth Street to a report of an intoxicated male in a backyard. Police attended and arrested an Estevan male for uttering threats and public intoxication. He was lodged in police cells for the evening. No charges have been laid at this time.

Officers assisted a male in locating his truck during the Jan. 5 day shift. It was not parked in the location where he thought it was supposed to be.

Police received a call about someone going through coat pockets at a downtown business. At this time nothing appears to be missing. The police are aware of the suspect’s identity and are continuing to investigate.

Members were dispatched to Wellock Road to a suspicious person. Police met with and spoke to the man, then sent him on his way.

Police assisted with keeping the peace at a local residence, in which a document needed to be served on the tenant.

Officers received a request to do a welfare check on an Estevan female during the Dec. 5 night shift. The family lives outside of the city and were concerned. Members attended and waited for family to arrive.

Police received a call about a group of youths around a vehicle in east Estevan. Police attended and were unable to locate the group of youths.

Members received a call from a homeowner, saying someone was trying the doorknob on their residence. Members attended and were unable to locate anyone.

Police received a call from an individual in British Columbia, saying she had a message left on her phone from an Estevan area cellular telephone. The message was of a female who sounded distraught. Police determined that the female in question lived outside the city. The matter was turned over to the RCMP.

Officers attended to two commercial alarms last night. One of the alarms was a fire alarm and the second was an intrusion alarm. Both alarms possibly were caused by a power outage.

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