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Estevan police called to possible overdose, dog bite and more

The male who was the subject of the overdose call was taken to hospital.
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Recent calls for the Estevan Police Service.

ESTEVAN - Members of the Estevan Police Service and Estevan EMS were dispatched to a west-central apartment Monday for a report of a potential overdose.

Upon arrival, the conscious male was tended to by EMS and transported to St. Joseph's Hospital.

Also on Monday, a scam was reported in which the caller, posing as a grandson, requested money as he claimed to be in jail. No money or information was provided.

Members attended to an Estevan motel for a report of a disturbance between two people. Both individuals were spoken to upon police arrival and the matter was resolved without further incident.

A dog jumped a fence in east-central Estevan and bit somebody who was passing by. The EPS said the person sustained minor injuries and the matter is being investigated by the bylaw enforcement officer.

Police were called to a report of a vehicle driving in north Estevan with people on the roof. The complainant indicated that the people had entered the vehicle before it left the area. Members were unable to locate the responsible individuals.

Officers received a report of a vehicle driving erratically and travelling through multiple stop signs. This incident is under investigation.

Members, along with the bylaw enforcement officer and conservation officers, were able to capture and remove a coyote pup that was hiding near a yard in west-central Estevan on Tuesday. The coyote was taken from Estevan and released.