Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of October 25 to 31:
*In the early morning hours of October 31, police attended to several noisy party complaints and disturbances at local bars. No charges were laid in any of these incidences.
*Around 2:30 a.m. police stopped a vehicle for impaired driving. A 25-year-old male subject resisted arrest and took off from police. The male subject was located and charged with impaired driving, driving over .08, and resisting arrest. He was lodged in cells and released in the morning. He will appear in court on November 23.
*Two other male subjects were arrested and lodged in cells for intoxication in the early morning hours of October 31.
*Sometime in the early morning hours on October 31, mischief was done to a local establishment. This incident is still under investigation.
*Shortly after 7 p.m., police received a complaint of a vehicle being taken without the owner's consent. As a result, a 27-year-old male was arrested and is facing charges of refusal and uttering threats. He was lodged in cells and will appear in court on December 7.
*Overall, the evening of Halloween was fairly quiet. There was one call about a noisy party and one complaint of fireworks being set-off.
*Police received a report of possible tainted candy being given out to trick-or-treaters. A child was reported to have become sick after ingesting the candy and the wrapper appeared to have been tampered with. The candy in question was pink Hubba Bubba gum and has been sent to the lab for analysis. Police are warning parents to check candy for evidence of tampering.
*On October 30, police were called to a disturbance at a local bar. Two female subjects were fighting and one was knocked unconscious. A 37-year-old Moose Jaw woman was involved in the disturbance. No charges were laid.
On October 29, police received a complaint of a stolen taxi. The vehicle was located shortly after and no charges were laid.
*On October 28, a male subject was removed from a local establishment and lodged in cells for being intoxicated in a public place. The male was charged and released from custody in the morning.
*Around midnight on October 27, police were called to assist with a school bus that had slid into the ditch just outside of Weyburn. The bus was carrying 55 students heading to Estevan. The students were brought back to Weyburn and spent the night in the Weyburn Comprehensive School gymnasium.
*Just before midnight on October 26, police received a report of a vehicle being broken into. The back window was smashed out and $1,800 cash was taken from the vehicle. The incident is still under investigation.
*On October 25, police received a report of a theft from a motor vehicle. A vehicle was broken into and an IPod was stolen.
*The Weyburn Police Service received a total of 111 complaints during this reporting period.