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Estevan police respond to over 40 calls for service over the weekend

Officers had a variety of things to deal with including executing a warrant extended by authorities in Alberta.
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Estevan Police Service.

ESTEVAN — Estevan Police Service members responded to 41 occurrences over the weekend of Nov. 25-27.

Officers had a variety of things to deal with, including executing a warrant by authorities in Alberta for a male wanted on several outstanding charges that allegedly occurred in Edmonton. Robert W. Kelly, age 33, was arrested without incident and was remanded in custody to be transported back to Alberta to speak to the charges, which include sexual interference, luring a child and possession of child pornography.

Police received a report of a theft of property from a garage in the east-central area that is under investigation.

Police are investigating counterfeit currency that was passed at local businesses.

The EPS patrolled at and monitored several events taking place in the city over the weekend, including the Festival of Trees, Christmas parties and retirement parties. There were no major issues stemming from any of these events.

Police conducted traffic stops with multiple vehicles over the weekend. One driver had his licence suspended for three days and his vehicle was impounded. He provided a breath sample on a roadside device with a result below the threshold for Criminal Code charges. Another motorist was found to be a suspended driver and he was charged accordingly under the Traffic Safety Act.

Police located a Midale man breaching the conditions of a conditional sentence order. He was arrested and lodged in cells, and was scheduled to appear in court Monday to speak to the allegation.

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