Police arrest one for impaired driving

Members of the Estevan Police Service arrested one person for impaired driving overnight.

A vehicle stop was conducted after police observed erratic driving. The 26-year-old driver failed a roadside screening test. Further tests were made and as a result the male was charged for operating a conveyance while impaired and while over .08. He has a court date set for March.

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No further details were immediately released. 

Also on Friday, a backpack was turned in from an individual who located it in the Westview area. If anyone is missing the backpack and can identify it and its contents, please call the Estevan Police Service.

Police received numerous calls and walk-in reports regarding the attempted Canada Revenue Agency scam/fraud. The individual is either saying there is fraudulent charges on accounts or requesting a Social Insurance Number. Police remind the public not to share any personal information on the phone to unidentified callers.

Officers attended to a commercial business alarm. Police attended and learned a staff member set the alarm off by accident.

Police received a report of the theft of a bike. The matter is still under investigation.

Members were called to a parking complaint regarding individuals picking up and dropping off children at a local elementary school. Police attended and had all the vehicles moved and further spoke to staff to relay to people to park, drop off and pick up in the designated zones.

Officers received a request from the Regina Police Service to assist them on an assault file from the Queen City. The matter is still under investigation.

Police responded to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle. A description of the vehicle and its last whereabouts were provided, however the vehicle was gone upon police arrival.

Members received information regarding an individual in breach of his undertaking. As a result of investigation, a 28-year-old Lampman man was arrested for breaching his curfew. He has a court date set for March.

Police attended to a residence in the Pleasantdale area for a noise complaint. The matter was unfounded.

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