Police received several calls about scams that are circulating the area involving Service Canada and Reader’s Digest. Please remember to not provide any personal or financial information to person(s) over the phone or internet.
Police arrested two men from Roblin, Manitoba for theft around 9:30 p.m. last night. Police were called to a retail store on the north side of the City where four people were briefly detained and two were subsequently arrested and charged. They were released with a future court date.
Police checked a vehicle and located a firearm along with over 100 rounds of ammunition. The items were seized as the occupants of the vehicle did not have the authority to possess a firearm and ammunition. The matter is still under investigation as two of the four occupants are also prohibited from possessing firearms.
Police charged an Estevan female with impaired driving by drug. Results from blood tests taken earlier this year were returned with positive results for an illegal drug. She was given a February court date and her drivers license was suspended.
Police responded to a residence on the north side of the City to a report of an assault. The matter remains under investigation and charges are pending against a 59 year old Estevan man.
Police charged a Swift Current man for driving while suspended after he was found operating a vehicle on the north side of the City. The man was also found to be flagged for impound so had his vehicle towed and seized.