Members of the Estevan Police Service made an arrest for uttering threats and drug possession.
Police received a telephone call from a resident in the northeast area of the city on Jan. 10. A male suspect ran away from the complainant’s residence after uttering death threats. Police attended to investigate.
The K9 unit was called out to track the individual who uttered the threats.
The male had a second occurrence a short time later and was tracked to the location of the second occurrence by the K9 unit. He has been charged with uttering death threats and possession of what is believed to be meth.
He was lodged in cells until sober.
Police received two separate criminal harassment complaints on Jan. 11. In both instances, the complainants have been receiving unwanted messages from individuals they do not want contact with. Both matters are still under investigation.
Officers attended to a report of a suspicious person in the Hillside area. Police spoke to a number of persons in the area. Members remind the public to assist in preventing and solving crime by reporting suspicious activity.
The Estevan Police Service has also received reports of vehicles travelling through school bus red flashing lights and stop arm. Police remind the public to stop and remember the safety of children.