ESTEVAN - Members of the Estevan Police Service (EPS) have had a busy start to the week.
Police responded to a collision at the intersection of Souris Avenue North and Eva Street on Monday. No injuries occurred as a result of the incident, but one vehicle had to be towed from the scene. One driver was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for proceeding from a stop before it was safe to do so.
Officers were called to a disturbance on the north end of the city. Police arrested a 41-year-old woman for breaching the condition of a release order and a peace bond. She will be remanded into custody and taken before a Provincial Court judge.
Police also arrested a 68-year-old man for breaching conditions of a peace bond. He was released on an undertaking a couple of hours after his arrest.
Members responded to a dispute at a north end apartment building. Nothing criminal occurred but one person was eventually arrested for being intoxicated in public and was lodged until sober.
Police are investigating a bicycle that was stolen from Spruce Ridge School. The lock on the bike was cut and the bike was taken Monday night. It is described as a green and black Capix Rail BMX bicycle. The EPS is looking into two suspects.
Officers received a report Tuesday of a disturbance at a residence in south Estevan. Police spoke to one of the parties involved and the matter is still under investigation.
Police were advised that a citizen received a call from someone indicating that she had a warrant for her arrest. The complainant advised she thought it was a scam and blocked the number. Police remind the public that warrants for arrest are not cleared up over the phone. Please do not respond to these types of calls by providing them any information.
Members arrested a 52-year-old male from a local hotel room. He was found to be present in the hotel room with a female he is on conditions to not have contact with. He was also found to be breaching another condition of his release and was held for court. He will appear in court on Wednesday to answer to the charges.
Members received a driving complaint about an individual operating a vehicle in a careless manner on a school parking lot. The vehicle was located and the driver was charged under the Traffic Safety Act.
Officers received a driving complaint in relation to a white Mustang. The matter is still under investigation.
Police received a complaint about a male going through vehicles in southeast Estevan. Officers attempted to locate the male but were unsuccessful. Police remind the public to secure your vehicles and not leave any valuables in plain view from outside the vehicle.