September 23-25, 2022

Over the weekend, the Estevan Police Service dealt with 41 occurrences.

Police responded to a house fire in the Hillside area. All occupants were able to vacate the residence without injuries. With the help of the Salvation Army, we were able to find the residents a place to stay for the night until other housing could be sorted out.

Following an investigation that was reported on September 15th, a 45 year old female from Estevan was charged with 1 count of fraud. She was released with a court date later in November.

A report of a suspicious male was reported in the North East area of the city. Members attended and located the male in question and it was determined that he was in the area as he was trying to find access for WiFi.

A report of Harassing communications was reported. Police are still conducting their investigation and the matter remains under investigation.

A report of a break and enter in Centennial area of Estevan. Members attended and the matter remains under investigation.

Members attended to a False alarm at a local business in the downtown core.

Police received a driving complaint that started in the Hillcrest area. Members were able to speak with all parties involved and were able to mediate by way of warning both parties of their actions.