July 8 – 10

On July 8, 2024 EPS members mediated a domestic disturbance related to child custody matters.  No criminal offences were identified  during the occurrence and all parties were spoken to.

A traffic stop was conducted on the Highway 39 bypass when a vehicle was observed to be traveling at a high rate of speed.  A $680.00 ticket was issued to the driver for traveling at 147km/hr in a 100km/hr zone.

On July 9, 2024 police received a report of an attempted fraud at a local business.  The matter remains under investigation.

EPS received a complaint of an attempted theft of cart from a downtown charitable organization.  The individual was followed by an employee and left the cart behind when they fled on foot.  The cart was recovered and a description of the suspect was provided to police.  The matter remains under investigation.

Police responded to a report of a male causing a disturbance at a residence in central Estevan.  The individual was arrested for causing a disturbance and lodged in cells until sober.

EPS received a complaint of an individual uttering threats to harm the victims’ family.  Through the investigation it was determined that the suspect was at a location in Regina.  The Regina Police Service assisted to arrest the male and he was subsequently charged and released to speak to the matter in provincial court at a later date.

On July 10, 2024 EPS attended to a domestic disturbance in central Estevan.  The matter was meditated and one of the parties left the scene to ensure no further issues.

A possible online investment fraud is being investigated by EPS after an individual made several large money transfers and was subsequently unable to contact the online business.  The matter remains under investigation.

EPS is investigating a report of a theft of recycling from a residential property in south east Estevan.  The matter remains under investigation.

EPS Combined Traffic Services Saskatchewan (CTSS) conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle on highway 47 north of Estevan which resulted in the male driver failing a mandatory alcohol screening test and subsequently providing breath samples with a result of 70mg%.  The driver was issued a 60-day drivers license suspension and his vehicle was impounded for 3 days.

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