Judicial process pending, it appears one man won't be driving for quite some time.

The Estevan Police Service did a traffic stop Friday night and collected two breath samples from a man. They were both reportedly over double the legal limit, with police citing a reading of .190. The vehicle was impounded and the man's license was suspended, with a court date set for later in the year.

Sgt. Braden Lonsberry said that police did several walkthroughs of Affinity Place during the SaskTel Tankard curling provincials and the extracurricular activities at The Patch, and there were no major issues.

Lonsberry reported an alarm going off at a local business on Sunday night. The business had two sets of doors, and the exterior set had opened, while the second set was properly closed. He said they don't know whether someone tried to break in, or if the first set of doors might have not been closed properly and come ajar.

There was also an intoxicated male banging on apartment doors in a complex that he lived in. Police took him into cells so he could sober up, as there was nobody to look after him.

Here is the full list of Saturday calls reported by the EPS:

Police attended to a residence after receiving a report that an individual might be overdosing.  Members attended determined the individual had consumed too much alcohol and was in the company of a responsible individual.  No further action was taken.

Police received a report of an individual having the victims property and not returning it.  The police will follow up the investigation on a possession of stolen property matter.

Police received a report of criminal harassment.  An individual from Manitoba continues to contact an individual in Estevan.  The matter is still under investigation.

Police received a report of a vehicle reported to be eastbound on highway 39 to Estevan from Macoun at a high rate of speed.  The vehicle was also reported to be passing on a solid line.  Police located the vehicle and issued two traffic tickets to the driver.

Police received a second report of criminal harassment from a victim in North Dakota.  The victim is being harassed by an individual that lives in Estevan and Brandon, Manitoba.  The matter is still under investigation.

A female was warned for smoking cannabis in a public place.  The public is reminded, it is an offence to consume cannabis in public places.

Report of harassing communications between three individuals. The incidents have been ongoing for some time. Members obtained statements and the matter is under investigation.

Traffic enforcement concentrated on the area around Affinity Place. Several vehicles were stopped and the drivers were checked for impaired driving. No impaired driving charges were laid.

Here are the other Friday calls, other than the impaired-driving arrest:

Police received a report of an assault that took place during the day.  One of the accused individuals was arrested, charged and released on conditions.  The matter is still under investigation as there were other individuals involved.

Report of an individual threatening staff at a local licensed premiss. Members attended, however the subject had left prior to officers arriving.