Members attended a North Estevan residence on the report of a domestic disturbance. The matter was defused with one of the family members agreeing to leave the residence until things calmed.
Another Stars Lottery scam was reported, but fortunately no information was given. The public is reminded to continue to be aware of such scams and to never provide any information whatsoever.
EPS received the report of a suspicious male in a home owner’s back yard in central Estevan. The male then knocked on the back door before leaving the property. The male was described as having a beard, wearing a white ball cap and riding a black mountain bike. He was not located in the area when police arrived.
Another scam was reported where the unknown caller attempted to tell the home owner that there were unauthorized charges against their credit card. The account holder checked their account to find that no unauthorized charges were made. No information was provided. The public is again reminded not to give personal information over the phone unless you are certain of the person/organization you are dealing with.
A 28 year old Estevan man was arrested in Estevan Provincial court after being identified by members as having an arrest warrant for not attending a court matter that he was subpoenaed to attend. The male was charged under section 708(1) of the Criminal Code and released. He is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Monday August 12, 2019 at 9:30 AM in Estevan Provincial Court.
Police checked a vehicle in the city’s west end. The driver was found to have been drinking was checked for sobriety. The driver failed the roadside test and was taken back to the Police station where the 26 year old Ontario male was charged with driving while over .08. He will appear in Estevan Court in early September to answer to the charges.