EPS responded to 66 occurrences throughout the weekend, including the following:
A male on a motorcycle was observed travelling on Kensington Avenue north at 112 km/hr in a 50 km/hr speed zone. The motorcycle was impounded and the driver received a ticket for exceeding the posted speed limit.
A report of 2 suspicious males located in the 700 block of 4th Street. The males were located and spoken to about their presence in the area.
Arrested a female that had active warrants with the Regina Police Service when she was stopped by police on Highway 39. She was released with to attend court on a later date.
Report of a suspicious male that was panhandling in the northern part of the city. The male was spoken to and warned of the By-law.
EPS received a 911 call from an intoxicated female. The female was eventually arrested for Public Mischief for misuse of the 911 system and lodged in cells till sober.
Several curfew checks were completed throughout the weekend.
Report of a suspicious male outside a local business. Police attended but were unable to locate the individual.
Several reports of missing children at the Estevan Fair. The children were all located a short time after the original reports to police.
Report of a young female possibly being lured away from the fair by an older male. Members attended and spoke with the female, and learned that the male was a relative, which was confirmed through other family members. No further involvement by police was required.
Report of an individual attempting to kick in the door of a residence. Members attended and determined that the situation was as a result of a dispute over a dog. Members mediated the situation and the dog was returned to the owner.
Report of two headstones that were knocked over at the cemetery. Members attended and do not believe that the damage was intentional. The City of Estevan has been notified to reset the stones.
A male and female were observed at the fair who were on conditions of no contact. The male was arrested and charged with breaching the conditions of his release.
A male attended EPS to report his vehicle had not been returned when it was supposed to be. Members have been unable to locate the vehicle or suspect to date and the matter remains under investigation.
Members attended St. Joseph’s Hospital to assist staff with a patient and were able to mediate a resolution.
Assisted the Estevan Exhibition Association several times by providing security for bank deposit trips.