Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the week of June 20 to 26:
*On June 26, police received several complaints of disturbances and willful damage in the city. These matters are under investigation.
*On June 25, police arrested a local youth and charged him with possessing a small amount of marijuana.
*Police were called to assist EMS with a complaint of a possible overdose.
*On June 24, police were called to a complaint of people trying to go on the river with tire tubes. They were spoken to and advised it was unsafe.
*On June 23, several false alarms were attended by police.
*Police were called to the flooded area of the Souris River several times as to reports of young people in rafts or tire tubes were received.
*Police were called to investigate a report of an assault with a weapon. It is alleged that a Weyburn male stabbed a Weyburn female once with a knife. The female received minor injuries. The man was arrested and charged and will appear in court in July.
*On June 22, police were called regarding a complaint of a possible sexual assault. The matter is under investigation.
*Police were called to investigate an incident of road rage. The matter is under investigation.
*Police were called to investigate a complaint of a fraudulent internet sale of a vehicle. The matter is under investigation. Residents are again reminded to be very cautious when making purchases over the Internet.
*On June 21, police were called to investigate a complaint of a suspicious door-to-door solicitation of donations for flood victims in the city. The matter is under investigation.
*Police arrested a young person who was at large and had several warrants for his arrest. The youth was held in custody.
*Police were called to help locate the parents of a two-year-old that had wandered away from home. The child's mother was found a short time later.
*On June 20, police attended several 911 calls that were related to water in the phone lines.
*Police were called to a residential area to a dispute between neighbors. The matter was resolved without incident.
*Police were called to investigate a complaint of harassment via a social networking website. The matter was resolved.
*Police were called to investigate a hit and run accident in the city. The matter is currently under investigation.
*During this reporting period, members of the Weyburn Police Service dealt with 111 occurrences. Many of the complaints were alcohol related and several complaints of loud noise were attended.
Members also attended many flood related calls for service. Police would like to remind residents that taking any sort of floatation device or boat onto flood waters is not safe.