Report from the Weyburn Police Service for the period of February 14 to 20:
*On February 19, police attended an accident on First Avenue NW. The driver of an eastbound vehicle was fatigued and crossed into the opposing lane of traffic. Once aware of this, the driver braked and the vehicle slid, travelling over a snow bank and into a fence. A charge of driving without due care and attention was laid.
*On February 18, due to ruts and icy roads, the driver of a north bound vehicle on Ninth Street lost control and hit a parked vehicle. No injuries were reported.
*An eastbound vehicle on Highway 39 hit a patch of ice, lost control, and hit a road sign. No injuries were reported.
*On February 17, police were called to investigate a complaint of mischief to a vehicle that had been keyed; investigation into the incident is ongoing.
*A vehicle, which was travelling west on Prairie Avenue, was hit broad side when a second vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign. There were no injuries however, one driver was charged with disobeying a stop sign.
*Police were called to remove an intoxicated male from City Centre Mall. The male was arrested and lodged in cells until sober.
*On February 16, police attended a complaint about a youth smashing things in his home. The parties involved were spoken to and the issues were resolved.
*A number of 911 calls and disconnects were received from a residence in Weyburn. Police attended the residence and found that a three-year-old was making the calls. Residents are reminded that the 911 telephone system is for emergencies only.
*On February 14, members of the Police Service were called to direct traffic at the intersections of Third Street and Government Road on Highway 39. A vehicle pulling a trailer had caught the guide wire of a power pole. The pole snapped, resulting in the failure of the traffic lights.
*Seven commercial and one residential alarm calls were received by police this past week. There were 83 calls for service during this reporting period.