ESTEVAN - Members of the Estevan Police Service had an active Canada Day long weekend, as they reported handling 74 occurrences.
Police received a report of criminal harassment between youths. The matter is still under investigation.
Officers attended to three separate family law disputes over custody of children. In all three matters, the parties were advised to speak to their legal council.
Police received a complaint from a tenant who had been locked out of their residence by the landlord. The matter was referred to the rentals agency.
Members were called to a disturbance outside a local liquor establishment. Officers attended and the matter was resolved.
Police were notified of an assault. The matter is still under investigation.
Members received a criminal harassment complaint. The complainant has been harassed through Facebook. The matter is still under investigation.
Police received a report of mischief to the cenotaph located at the local Court House, as a light was broken. The matter is still under investigation. Police ask that if anyone has information related to this or any other crime, to call Estevan Police Service or Crime Stoppers.
Officers were called about another instance of criminal harassment. Police are still investigating that matter.
Police received a report of a speeding vehicle in the Hillside area. Officers were called about another driving complaint regarding this and a grey Dodge Dakota was identified. The matter is still under investigation.
Members received a report of a motor vehicle accident. A vehicle struck a power pole. The matter has been resolved.
Police were called to a report of somebody failing to remain at the scene of an accident. The victim’s vehicle was struck at a parking lot while the owner was inside a business.
Members received a request on July 4 to locate someone for a welfare check. Another police agency received a strange cellular telephone call that was disconnected. They indicated the cell call came from north of Estevan. Police were able to locate the subject and determine she was fine.
Police received a report of bank info being compromised. The victim realized it was a scam but had already relayed information. The victim notified the bank and didn’t suffer a loss.
Members received a report of criminal harassment. The matter is still under investigation.
The EPS received a report of two individuals shoplifting approximately $1,000 worth of items from a local store. Police are awaiting the store’s surveillance video and continue to investigate.
A local male was arrested on a theft charge from last month. The male was released with a future court date.