A 29-year-old woman spent the weekend behind bars for allegedly committing a pair of thefts from an Estevan business.

The Estevan Police Service reported that they were in the process of looking into a reported theft when the suspect returned to the store and committed a second theft.

She was arrested on Saturday, and held in custody until a court appearance Monday morning.

The EPS also reported the following calls from Saturday:

Police attended to a noise complaint resulting in an individual being charged under the noise bylaw.   Police were called back a short time later and the individual was arrested and lodged in cells until sober.  He will receive a second bylaw violation ticket.  A total of $750.00 worth of fines resulted from his repeated actions.

Police attended to another noise complaint in the Trojan subdivision.  The homeowner was warned under the bylaw.

Police attended to a third noise complaint in the Hillside area of the city.  The homeowner was also warned under the bylaw.

Police located a 39-year-old male in the city core who was found to be on a Conditional Sentence Order with a 24-hour curfew.  He was arrested and will be held for court Monday morning for breaching his Conditional Sentence Order.

Here are the EPS' reported calls from Friday:

Police received a report of an individual who was sitting on the train trestle on the west end of the city, over the highway.  The complainant was concerned for their safety.  Police attended and didn’t locate anyone in the area.

Police attended to two bylaw-related complaints in the Pleasantdale area of the city.  One was in relation to a barking dog, and the other was in relation to a vehicle being left on jacks.  Individuals were spoken to on the matters.

Police attended to a noise bylaw in the south end of the city.  The homeowner was warned under the bylaw.

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