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Estevan police had a busy day on Wednesday

The Estevan Police Service has had a variety of different calls to start the week.
Estevan police building An Estevan Police cruiser in front of the detachment

ESTEVAN - Members of the Estevan Police Service responded to a number of calls Wednesday.

Police received a report of mischief to a vehicle parked in a residential backyard. The matter is still under investigation.

Officers received a request for a welfare check. The caller’s long haul-driving husband had stopped in Estevan to get some rest before continuing on with his commercial trucking route. She had been trying to reach him and was unable. Police attended to where the caller thought he might be parked and woke him up. Everything was fine.

Members received an erratic driving complaint in relation to a red Dodge Charger. The matter is still under investigation.

Police were called regarding an individual operating a motor vehicle without a licence and while suspended. The matter is under investigation.

Officers received a report of criminal harassment. Police attended and spoke to parties involved. The matter is still under investigation.
Earlier in the week, police received a 911 call Tuesday regarding youths playing pranks. Police were able to locate the youths on an acreage outside the city. The young people were warned about their behaviour and the amount of time and resources they consumed. The care provider was updated as to the behaviour and was going to address the issue with the youths’ parents.

Police attended to a residence in central Estevan for a noise bylaw violation. The homeowner was warned of the bylaw and no further police involvement was required.

Officers were called to a residence in the Centennial area for a report of an unwanted guest. The subject had left prior to police arriving on scene. The matter remains under investigation as the subject damaged property and committed a theft prior to leaving.
Police received a report Monday of an individual possibly in a residence unlawfully. The complainant was cleaning out a rental suite and feels someone has been crawling through the window and sleeping there.  No property appears to be missing. The matter is being looked into further.

Police received a report of an assault that is reported to have taken place near the Estevan Shoppers Mall on Sunday evening. The matter is still under investigation.